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Paper presented at the SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, July 20–22, 2020
Paper Number: URTEC-2020-3080-MS
... the lifetime of the well. All of this wastewater requires recycling or disposal. shale oil reservoir characterization shale gas energy economics complex reservoir unconventional resource economics hydraulic fracturing upstream oil & gas ih markit tm south texas assessment fractile water...
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Paper presented at the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference, February 3–5, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-173366-MS
... Abstract The recycling and reuse of produced water (defined as hydraulic fracturing flowback water and formation water) is an increasing practice driven by competing demands for water sources and limited options for produced water disposal. The final disposition of reused/recycled produced...
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Paper presented at the SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, August 25–27, 2014
Paper Number: URTEC-1922494-MS
... taken from streams and rivers for hydraulic fracturing and the reliance on injection wells for disposal of wastewater fluids. The project team worked with stakeholders to reach consensus on criteria to assess the wastewater treatment technologies. This included selection of evaluation categories...
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Paper presented at the SPE Health, Safety, Security, Environment, & Social Responsibility Conference - North America, April 18–20, 2017
Paper Number: SPE-184448-MS
... by hydraulic fracturing. water management hydraulic fracturing fracturing fluid produced water discharge flowback fluid guar gum Tarim basin recycling fracturing materials Upstream Oil & Gas well kes2-2-16 procedure proppant slick water chemical precipitation waste flowback linear gel...
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Paper presented at the SPE Eastern Regional Meeting, August 20–22, 2013
Paper Number: SPE-165692-MS
... allow for improved produced water treatment and recycling strategies. This paper focuses on the hydraulic fracturing process, the organic compounds used during the process, and their possible life-cycle after the process. Hydraulic fracturing is used to create permeable fractures throughout...
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Journal: SPE Journal
SPE J. 21 (04): 1358–1369.
Paper Number: SPE-179723-PA
Published: 15 August 2016
...N.. Esmaeilirad; C.. Terry; Herron Kennedy; A.. Prior; K.. Carlson Summary Recycling oilfield wastewater for hydraulic fracturing requires a good understanding of the water chemical characteristics and how these interact with the fracturing fluid. The viscosity and rheological properties...
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J Pet Technol 66 (12): 123–125.
Paper Number: SPE-1214-0123-JPT
Published: 01 December 2014
... and to multiple locations. Storage facilities are required to create buffer capacity between water supply and water demand (Fig. 1). Recycling of PW and FW for fracturing will reduce the consumption of new water from external sources and reduce the volume of wastewater disposal. While disposal of PW...
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Paper presented at the SPE Health, Safety, Security, Environment, & Social Responsibility Conference - North America, April 18–20, 2017
Paper Number: SPE-184445-MS
... in Pennsylvania and West Virginia pioneered large-scale water recycling technologies—an accomplishment that is good for both the environment and industry. (Marcellus Shale Coalition. 2016.) Other regions, especially in Texas, made strides to use non-fresh water for hydraulic fracturing source water. Some...
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Paper presented at the SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing & Well Intervention Conference & Exhibition, March 24–25, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-173658-MS
... sources. As fresh water for fracturing operations and well interventions becomes less available, operators are forced to use alternative water sources such as recycled flow-back water, produced water, and even ‘grey water’ from wastewater treatment plants. In some instances, recycled water is sold from...
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Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, December 10–12, 2014
Paper Number: IPTC-18032-MS
... to unconventional water sources. As fresh water for fracturing operations and well interventions becomes less available, operators are forced to use alternative water sources such as recycled flowback water, produced water, recycled frac water, and even 'grey water' from wastewater treatment plants. Regardless...
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J Pet Technol 67 (06): 46–48.
Paper Number: SPE-0615-0046-JPT
Published: 01 June 2015
...Jack Betz; Trent Jacobs E&P Notes “Regulatory Compliance Just One Reason for Groundwater Sampling” The US Department of the Interior encourages the practice of baseline groundwater sampling before drilling, according to its recently released hydraulic fracturing regulations. Although...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 30–November 2, 2011
Paper Number: SPE-145454-MS
... of wastewater. The newest design would treat 80 barrels per minute, occupying a footprint roughly the size of a frac tank. The units can be deployed in tandem for higher flow rate requirements. produced water discharge flowback fluid operation model assumption thermal treatment hydraulic fracturing...
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Paper presented at the SPE Latin American and Caribbean Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability Conference, July 7–8, 2015
Paper Number: SPE-174164-MS
... wells have been hydraulically fractured in the United States, many in areas without a long history of oil and gas development. The lack of existing oil and gas related infrastructure in these areas has presented new challenges for water supply and wastewater disposal. This paper reviews key...
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Paper presented at the CORROSION 2017, March 26–30, 2017
Paper Number: NACE-2017-9585
... to many industries. In wastewater treatment plants, water from different places is recycled by undergoing many processes to make it potable water. For oil/gas extraction, crude oil, can be produced from under the ground or from the sea floor but is accompanied by “produced water”. More recently in low...
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Paper presented at the SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition, October 18–20, 2010
Paper Number: SPE-134137-MS
... of water resources required, typical quantities needed for the various stages of operation are: 4,000-5,000 barrels (bbl) for drilling, 300-400 bbl for completion fluids, and 100,000 bbl for hydraulic fracturing. Efforts to secure dependable and affordable sources of water for E&P operations drove...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 30–November 2, 2011
Paper Number: SPE-147264-MS
... of hydraulic fracturing flowack and produced waters have been recycled for re-use in the Barnett Shale. As other shale gas plays are being developed, Fountain Quail technology is being looked at as a leading example of effective shale gas water management recycling technology. Figure 3 Aqua-Pure NOMAD...
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Paper presented at the SPE Western Regional Meeting, April 20–22, 2021
Paper Number: SPE-200809-MS
..., the oilfield services companies and operators should see the need to minimally treat and recycle as much produced water as possible, without the expensive purchase and trucking of freshwater. More specifically, for hydraulic fracturing operations, the target is to have fracturing fluid systems that can...
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Paper presented at the International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, September 11–13, 2012
Paper Number: SPE-157532-MS
... for sophisticated water management strategies. Current shale gas water management strategies fall into three key categories: disposal, re-use, and recycling. Disposal strategies involve sourcing fresh water for hydraulic fracturing and transporting all frac flowback and produced water to an injection well...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 30–October 2, 2013
Paper Number: SPE-166113-MS
... (post-flowback) tends to increase as the well ages, with reported water-to-oil ratios increasing from 1:1 early in the life of a well to 15:1 late in life. According to the EPA, wastewater volumes recovered from hydraulic fracturing varies from 10% to 70%, depending on the geologic formation 1...
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Oil & Gas Fac 3 (01): 16–21.
Paper Number: SPE-0214-0016-OGF
Published: 01 April 2015
... water discharge TDS injection well flowback hydraulic fracturing fresh water Disposal operator disposal cost economics reuse flowback water recycling Pennsylvania Produced and Flowback Water Recycling and Reuse Economics, Limitations, and Technology Pam BoschEE, oiL and Gas FaciLiTiEs...

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