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(PDF) Shale Gas: An Overview | Tristan Euzen - Academia.edu
(PDF) Shale Gas: An Overview | Tristan Euzen - Academia.edu

The objective of horizontal multistage hydraulic ,fracturing, is to increase as much as possible the contact surface between the well bore and the shale matrix (Fig. 36). Figure 36: Illustration of how horizontal multistage ,fracturing, helps draining ,gas, from shale matrix …

Shale-fluid interactions during forced lmbibition and flow ...
Shale-fluid interactions during forced lmbibition and flow ...

1/1/2019, · One way to minimize the need for disposal of flow-back waters produced during the, hydraulic, fracturing of unconventional reservoirs is, potentially, to recycle these fluids by recovering and re-in,jecting, them during, hydraulic, fracturing of nearby new wells.

From Flowback to Fracturing: Water Recycling Grows in the ...
From Flowback to Fracturing: Water Recycling Grows in the ...

Most of FPW (85-100%) in the, Marcellus Shale, play is recycled [26, 28,30,31], while 20% and 0% of FPW were recycled in Fayetteville and Haynexville Shale, respectively [28]. The reused FPW makes ...

Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Development | US EPA
Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Development | US EPA

Unconventional oil and natural ,gas, play a key role in our nation's clean energy future. The U.S. has vast reserves of such resources that are commercially viable as a result of advances in horizontal drilling and ,hydraulic fracturing, technologies.. These technologies enable greater access to oil and natural ,gas, in ,shale, formations.

EPA Hydraulic Fracturing Study Technical Workshop #4 Water ...
EPA Hydraulic Fracturing Study Technical Workshop #4 Water ...

Process allows the well to ,flow back, excess ,fluids, and sand. Once sand and fluid have been removed, ,gas, and/or petroleum liquids begin to flow (the purpose) Flowback process equipment is designed to handle heavy solids. Permanent equipment put in place when process is complete. Actual duration of the process varies from well to well and play to play

Difference Between Alkalinity and Hardness
Difference Between Alkalinity and Hardness

What is ,Hardness,? ,Water hardness, is the measurement of the concentration of ,total, divalent ions present in ,water,. Examples of some divalent ions present in ,water, are calcium ion, magnesium ions, and Fe2+ ion. However, calcium and magnesium are the most common sources of ,water hardness,. The unit for ,hardness, is ppm per CaCO 3

Problem and solving countermeasures on recycling ...
Problem and solving countermeasures on recycling ...

Problem and solving countermeasures on ,recycling, technology for ,fracturing flow-back, fluid of Shale ,Gas, February 2017 Chinese Journal of Environmental Engineering 11(2):965-969

Life Cycle Assessment of Marcellus Shale Gas ...
Life Cycle Assessment of Marcellus Shale Gas ...

The aforementioned perforations provide the conduit that allows the ,fracturing fluids, to create hairline fractures that are “propped” open by the sand, and oil and ,gas, to ,flow back, into the well (oil is not produced from Marcellus wells). The perforated and fractured zone is then isolated by

High-precision water hardness analyzer | Endress+Hauser
High-precision water hardness analyzer | Endress+Hauser

Liquiline System CA80HA supports you in monitoring ,total water hardness,: To optimize reverse osmosis and ion exchanger systems. To classify ,water hardness, in drinking ,water,. To ensure process ,water, quality in production plants.

research - Department of Environmental Affairs
research - Department of Environmental Affairs

are separated from the flow back prior to being sold, as opposed to being flared or vented into the atmosphere, and remaining flow back fluid is collected for processing and recycling or disposal. The capture and sale of gas during the initial flow-back phase requires investment in gas separation and processing facilities (IEA, 2012). Greenhouse gas

Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Development | US EPA
Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Development | US EPA

Unconventional oil and natural ,gas, play a key role in our nation's clean energy future. The U.S. has vast reserves of such resources that are commercially viable as a result of advances in horizontal drilling and ,hydraulic fracturing, technologies.. These technologies enable greater access to oil and natural ,gas, in ,shale, formations.

Water Quality Required for Fracturing Gas Shales: Cost ...
Water Quality Required for Fracturing Gas Shales: Cost ...

Shale gas development relies heavily on multi-stage hydraulic fracturing (HF) to maximize the economic viability of each new well. Industry is making a concerted effort both to recycle and re-use produced brine from fracturing operations and to use alternate water sources for well operations.

Zero Discharge Water Management for Horizontal Shale Gas ...
Zero Discharge Water Management for Horizontal Shale Gas ...

One way to minimize the need for disposal of, flow-back waters, produced during the, hydraulic fracturing, of unconventional reservoirs is, potentially, to, recycle, these, fluids, by recovering and re-injecting them during, hydraulic fracturing, of nearby new wells. These, flow-back waters, contain, however, large concentrations of dissolved salts.

A state – of – art review on waterless gas shale ...
A state – of – art review on waterless gas shale ...

1/1/2021, · The most common non-hydraulic ,fracturing fluids, are gelled Liquefied Petroleum ,Gas, (LPG), Liquefied Natural ,Gas, (LNG), liquid Carbon dioxide (CO 2), and liquid nitrogen (N 2). In general, methods that employ non-hydraulic ,fracturing fluids, are referred to as non-aqueous or waterless ,fracturing,. Hereafter, the term waterless ,fracturing, will be used.

A New Sustainability Challenge: Water Management in ...
A New Sustainability Challenge: Water Management in ...

Shale fracturing flowback, refers to the portion of injected hydraulic ,fracturing fluids, that return to the surface before quantities of ,flowback, and formation water generated during the ,fracturing, process must be treated before ,recycling,, beneficial reuse or disposal. Typically 10 – 20 percent returns within

Optimal Pretreatment System of Flowback Water from Shale ...
Optimal Pretreatment System of Flowback Water from Shale ...

Shale ,gas, has emerged as a potential resource to transform the global energy market. Nevertheless, ,gas, extraction from tight shale formations is only possible after horizontal drilling and hydraulic ,fracturing,, which generally demand large amounts of water. Part of the ejected ,fracturing, fluid returns to the surface as flowback water, containing a variety of pollutants. For this reason, water ...

INTRODUCTION: The Technology and Policy of Hydraulic ...
INTRODUCTION: The Technology and Policy of Hydraulic ...

INTRODUCTION: The Technology and Policy of ,Hydraulic Fracturing and Potential Environmental, Impacts of ,Shale Gas, Development - Volume 14 Issue 4

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research - Department of Environmental Affairs

GREENHOUSE ,GAS, EMISSIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SHALE ,GAS, v Glossary Term Definition Base fluid Base ,fluids, used in hydraulic ,fracturing, typically comprise 99 % water and 1 % sand or ceramic beads known as “proppant”. In addition, depending on the type of unconventional ,gas, in question, a mixture

A REVIEW OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING - IENE
A REVIEW OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING - IENE

completed, the internal pressure of the geologic formation cause the injected ,fracturing fluids, to rise to the surface where they may be stored in tanks or pits prior to disposal or ,recycling,. Recovered ,fracturing fluids, are referred to as flowback. Disposal options for

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