Geology Services

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Pneumatic Fracturing


Pneumatic Fracturing is the injection of gas at high pressure and flow in order to create fractures or fissures in soil or rock matrix. Fractures or fissures occur when the pressure of injected gas exceeds the natural in situ stresses and the flow rate exceeds the natural permeability of the soils. In soil formations, Pneumatic Fracturing enhances ...

NAPL Recovery

by Key Environmental, Inc     based in Carnegie, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Because of past industrial practices, non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) are present at many remedial sites. The regulatory community recognizes both the physical limitations associated with removal of NAPL from the subsurface and the potential for long-term groundwater and soil vapor degradation posed by NAPL. As a result, NAPL recovery, to the ...

Subsurface Investigations

by Technical Environmental Construction, Inc.     based in Stratford, CONNECTICUT (USA)

In the past five years, substantial changes have occurred in subsurface assessment techniques. New methodologies coupled with improved drilling and sampling equipment have paved the way for faster and less expensive approaches to subsurface investigations. While all of the new techniques profess improvement, it is critical to select the ...

Geologic Hazard Evaluations Services

by Ninyo & Moore     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Geologic hazard evaluations are incorporated into geologic studies and may also be performed as a site-specific objective. Geologic hazard evaluations range from preliminary assessments to detailed analysis of hazards and design of mitigation measures.

Shale Gas Drilling

by BAUER Resources GmbH     based in Schrobenhausen, GERMANY

Equipment: Mining Rig G 750 direct mud drilling and wire line coring. Scope of work: 3 shale gas exploration drillings for Shell from app. 800 m to app. 950 m depth. Diameter at surface 17 W, diameter after final depth 6 Va*. Destructive drilling to top shale deposit, afterwards wire line coring section of app. 200 m with triple core barrel 6 Va* ...

Geological Logging Systems

by Cardno ERI     based in Lake Forest, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Cardno’s Geological Logging Systems (GLS) offers the latest technology and methodology to produce highly advanced borehole geophysical logs. This provides the information needed to make sound technical and cost-effective decisions for your business. Our geophysical logs provide unbiased, continuous in-situ measurements.

Geological Characterization, Storage & Modeling

by Battelle Memorial Institute     based in Columbus, OHIO (USA)

Meet your carbon dioxide emissions reduction goals and be ready for future regulations with advanced carbon storage technologies. Battelle provides integrated, science-based solutions for sustainable utilization of fossil fuel resources. We can help you control costs, reduce environmental impact, and reduce risks with low-carbon energy solutions ...

Terracon - Subsurface Exploration and Testing

by Terracon Consultants, Inc.     based in Olathe, KANSAS (USA)

Terracon’s large fleet of drilling equipment is geographically dispersed to provide prompt service to clients. In addition to conventional truck-mounted rigs, the fleet includes skid and all-terrain rigs for accessing difficult sites. Terracon offers many methods of subsurface sampling and data acquisition to meet client needs. Our services ...

Geological Consulting

by RockWare, Inc.     based in Golden, COLORADO (USA)

RockWare offers the following types of Geological Consulting services: geological modeling support - for users of the RockWorks software; geological modeling, analysis and visualization services; borehole and Well log generation using the LogPlot program.

Downhole Shear Wave Velocity Services

by Ninyo & Moore     based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA)

This method is a variation of the seismic refraction method employing a downhole tri-axial geophone and a surface energy source or a downhole source. The energy propagates from the source to the downhole tri-axial geophone and can be recorded as compression and/or shear waves. This method provides detailed layer velocity information and the data ...

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