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NAE Website - Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing
NAE Website - Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing

In terms of the quality of the fluid, the concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS, including salts and metals) in the water that returns to the surface varies over time; the earliest flowback (e.g., the first 2 days) resembles the hydraulic fracturing fluid itself and has the lowest concentration of TDS, while the later flowback (e.g., after day 10) and the produced water have much higher TDS, more like the …

Minimum Effective Dose: A Study of Flowback and Produced ...
Minimum Effective Dose: A Study of Flowback and Produced ...

any fluid for fracturing, these three issues must be addressed. The technology allows operators to reuse large quantities of flowback and produced fluid (“reused fluid”) while eliminating the need for any additional treatment on location or at an offsite location. The technology replaces standard biocides and scale inhibitors typically used on

Impoundments for Cost-Effective Recycling of Produced ...
Impoundments for Cost-Effective Recycling of Produced ...

hydraulic ,fracturing, operation • Water volumes required for typical completions range from 100,000 to 1,000,000 barrels per well • Water must be stored near the completion operation in sufficient quantities to finish a job at the desired pump rate • In the first 90 days after ,fracturing, a well can produce from 30 to 80% of its load back

Uncertainties Associated with the Reuse of Treated ...
Uncertainties Associated with the Reuse of Treated ...

The combination of the NPDES permitting allowance, the substantial requirement of water needed to perform the hydraulic ,fracturing, process, and the widespread spatial overlap between extraction sites and agricultural land, has led to the dilution and ,reuse of treated hydraulic fracturing wastewater, (THFW) for irrigation in Southern California and Wyoming.

NAE Website - Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing
NAE Website - Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing

In terms of the quality of the fluid, the concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS, including salts and metals) in the water that returns to the surface varies over time; the earliest flowback (e.g., the first 2 days) resembles the hydraulic fracturing fluid itself and has the lowest concentration of TDS, while the later flowback (e.g., after day 10) and the produced water have much higher TDS, more like the …

THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

Hydraulic ,fracturing, is a method to enhance oil and natural gas extraction from underground geological formations involving injection of a ,fluid, under high pressure in order to crack the rock containing the hydrocarbon. While the method is not new, its use has surged since being combined with horizontal drilling technology in the late 20 th ...

Shales Leaching Modelling for Prediction of Flowback Fluid ...
Shales Leaching Modelling for Prediction of Flowback Fluid ...

Flowback fluid, differs significantly from the ,fracturing fluid,, as it contains suspended fine rocks as a result of the leaching process, reservoir water, drilling muds, and also various chemical substances, such as dissolved solids (e.g., chlorides, sulfates, etc., measured as total dissolved solids or TDS), suspended solid particles (TSS), bacteria, metals (e.g., calcium, magnesium, barium, strontium), iron compounds, …

Effect of Maturity and Mineralogy on Fluid-Rock Reactions ...
Effect of Maturity and Mineralogy on Fluid-Rock Reactions ...

Environmental ,Significance, Statement Natural gas exploitation from the Appalachian Basin has significantly increased in the past decade. The push to properly dispose, ,reuse,, or recycle the large amounts of produced ,fluid, associated with hydraulic ,fracturing, operations and designing better ,fracturing, fluids has necessitated a better

Flowback verses First-Flush: New Information on the ...
Flowback verses First-Flush: New Information on the ...

Flowback is typically blended with and managed as produced water, which presents additional challenges to insuring the safe management, reuse, and disposal of produced water. Hazards and risks associated with flowback and produced water include hazards associated with

Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing--Kelvin B ...
Microbial Ecology of Hydraulic Fracturing--Kelvin B ...

In terms of the quality of the ,fluid,, the concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS, including salts and metals) in the water that returns to the surface varies over time; the earliest ,flowback, (e.g., the first 2 days) resembles the hydraulic ,fracturing fluid, itself and has the lowest concentration of TDS, while the later ,flowback, (e.g., after day 10) and the produced water have much higher ...

Re-use recovered treating fluid - Halliburton Energy ...
Re-use recovered treating fluid - Halliburton Energy ...

A ,fracturing fluid, production method, comprising: conditioning a selected at least partially delinked ,flow-back fluid, that has been recovered from a first ,fracturing fluid, to form a conditioned selected at least partially delinked ,flow-back fluid, for use as a constituent in a second ,fracturing fluid,, wherein conditioning includes raising the pH of the selected at least partially delinked flow ...

The Science and Technology of Hydraulic Fracturing ...
The Science and Technology of Hydraulic Fracturing ...

ACS recognizes the ,significance, of hydraulic ,fracturing, for the U.S. economy, energy landscape, and chemicals industry. The availability of cheaper natural gas (methane) has also spurred its replacement of coal in most new and many existing power plants, decreasing their CO2 emissions to levels not seen since the mid-1990s.

Shales Leaching Modelling for Prediction of Flowback Fluid ...
Shales Leaching Modelling for Prediction of Flowback Fluid ...

Flowback fluid differs significantly from the fracturing fluid, as it contains suspended fine rocks as a result of the leaching process, reservoir water, drilling muds, and also various chemical substances, such as dissolved solids (e.g., chlorides, sulfates, etc., measured as total dissolved solids or TDS), suspended solid particles (TSS), bacteria, metals (e.g., calcium, magnesium, barium, strontium), iron compounds, …

Mid- Continent Water Management for Stimulation Operations
Mid- Continent Water Management for Stimulation Operations

•Involves blending ,flowback, or produced water with freshwater during ,fracturing,. •Not free - has a handling cost for frac tanks, containment, water transfer, etc. •Must allow enough residence time in ,flow back, pits or frac tanks for solids to settle. •Risks associated with storing raw water on location for long periods of time. •Bag filters, disk filters, or sand filters can be used.

Impoundments for Cost-Effective Recycling of Produced ...
Impoundments for Cost-Effective Recycling of Produced ...

hydraulic ,fracturing, operation • Water volumes required for typical completions range from 100,000 to 1,000,000 barrels per well • Water must be stored near the completion operation in sufficient quantities to finish a job at the desired pump rate • In the first 90 days after ,fracturing, a well can produce from 30 to 80% of its load back

Flowback verses First-Flush: New Information on the ...
Flowback verses First-Flush: New Information on the ...

Flowback, is typically blended with and managed as produced water, which presents additional challenges to insuring the safe management, ,reuse,, and disposal of produced water. Hazards and risks associated with ,flowback, and produced water include hazards associated with

Microbial communities in flowback water impoundments from ...
Microbial communities in flowback water impoundments from ...

Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas extraction from shale produces waste brine known as flowback that is impounded at the surface prior to reuse and/or disposal. During impoundment, microbial activity can alter the fate of metals including radionuclides, give rise to odorous compounds, and result in biocorrosion that complicates water and waste management and increases production costs.

Factors impacting electrocoagulation treatment of ...
Factors impacting electrocoagulation treatment of ...

1/6/2020, · PEGs and PPGs are ubiquitous in hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced water and can interfere with fracturing fluid formulation in a reuse scenario. Their removal can aid in making reuse more worthwhile, thus improving the sustainability of the process and lower the cost overall.

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