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Enhancing Your Shale Oil & Gas Strategies

by Marcus Evans  (Aug. 25, 2011)

Five Minutes With Tisha Conoly Schuller, President & Chief Executive Officer of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association Name: Tisha Conoly Schuller Job Title: President & Chief Executive Officer Company: Colorado Oil & Gas Association Background: As President, Ms. Schuller is responsible for leading ...

The Future For Fracking

by Biolargo, Inc.  (Apr. 10, 2014)

Summary Fracking is an essential technology to meet growing global demand for oil and gas. Fracking has become the "F" word, because it is very water-intensive, and has potential negative impacts on the environment. The future of fracking will be constrained if adequate water is not available and if solutions for decontaminating wastewaters are ...

A shale gas revolution?

by MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology  (Jan. 3, 2012)

MIT report shows prosperous shale gas market could hurt future R&D, if we let it. By Vicki Ekstrom, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, MIT Shale gas - a resource that has grown significantly in just the last few years to one-quarter of the domestic gas supply - is cheaper and involves fewer emissions than ...

Halliburton hunts new bacteria killer to protect Shale-gas boom

by Biolargo, Inc.  (Mar. 29, 2010)

Halliburton Co. and Schlumberger Ltd., trying to forestall a regulatory crackdown that would cut natural-gas drilling, are developing ways to eliminate the need for chemicals that may taint water supplies near wells. At risk is hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a process that unlocked gas deposits in shale formations and drove gains in U.S. ...

Digital Technologies & Current Uses in Environmental Geology - A Marcellus Shale Example

by EarthSoft, Inc  (Apr. 1, 2014)

The Marcellus Shale play has been of significant importance in the development of oil and gas resources and providing regulatory framework for natural resource protection. Pennsylvania has led in updating oil and gas regulations to manage these unconventional resources. The use of digital technologies now underlies effective collection, storage, ...

Shale gas - Information on hydraulic fracturing (`fracking`)

by IWA Publishing  (Jun. 13, 2013)

Shale gas is natural gas – mainly methane – trapped within the micropores of shale formations or adsorbed onto the shale (sedimentary rock). In Europe, known deposits exist in the UK, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, the Baltic States and Scandinavia. In Switzerland, deposits are suspected to lie in the Permo-Carboniferous ...

Shale gas extraction - frac water treatment

by EVALED  (Jun. 4, 2013)

The client The Client is a company which makes part of a Group based in the Eastern Europe and specialized in drilling activities and well services for the exploration/extraction industry. The Client’s needs Shale is a sedimentary rock that is predominantly comprised of consolidated clay-sized particles. Shale gas is produced from ...

A life cycle greenhouse gas emissions perspective on liquid fuels from unconventional Canadian and US fossil sources

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jul. 15, 2009)

The life cycle Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions associated with the production and use of transportation fuels from conventional and unconventional fossil fuel sources in Canada and the USA are investigated. The studied pathways include reformulated gasoline and low sulphur diesel produced from oil sands, oil shale, coal and natural gas, as well as ...

Shale Gas spawns investment in related sectors

by Biolargo, Inc.  (Jul. 19, 2012)

In a book recently released by the RTI Press, Shale Gas: the Promise and the Peril (www.rti.org/shalegasbook), author Vikram Rao details the economic rewards from shale gas development. He also underlines the environmental risks ...

Systematic approach to numerical simulation and modelling of shale gas reservoirs

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jun. 27, 2011)

With the rapid development of unconventional resources in the USA and its contribution by diminishing energy dependency on foreign supplies, reservoir simulation technology is facing new challenges in providing key information to be utilised for long-term development decisions. Therefore, growth in shale gas reservoir development necessitated new ...

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