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What is used in industry to neutralize acid wastewater
Repository for Oil and Gas Energy Research (ROGER) | PSE ...
Repository for Oil and Gas Energy Research (ROGER) | PSE ...

Fracturing flowback, fluids from shale gas wells in western chongqing: Geochemical analyses and relevance for exploration & development. Fu et al., April 2021. SHOW DETAILS Environmental impacts from conventional and shale gas and oil development in …

Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering Journal ...
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering Journal ...

The ,Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 is 3.706. More IF Analysis, Trend, Ranking & Prediction.

VCNG: Proppant Optimisation in the Low Temperature ...
VCNG: Proppant Optimisation in the Low Temperature ...

Proppant ,flowback, from the fracture to the well is known to occur following HF during ,initial, cleaning or even following the well completion in a number of cases [1,2]. This phenomenon at a low reservoir temperature (10-21 о С) at VCNG is aggravated by a low HF gel breakdown rate connected with activation of the conventionally used oxidizer breakers (e. g., ammonium persulphate) at above 60 ...

Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...
Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...

Uncertainties 6-55 6.4.4. Conclusions 6-57 6.5. References for Chapter 6 6-58 7. ,Flowback, and Produced Water 7-1 7.1. Introduction 7-1 7.1.1. Definitions 7-2 7.1. Volume of Hydraulic ,Fracturing Flowback, and Produced Water 7-2 7.1.1. ,Flowback, of Injected Hydraulic ,Fracturing Fluid, 7 …

Microseismic Imaging of Hydraulically Induced-Fractures in ...
Microseismic Imaging of Hydraulically Induced-Fractures in ...

Microseismic technology has been proven to be a practical approach for in-situ ,monitoring, of fracture growth during hydraulic fracture stimulations. Microseismic ,monitoring, has rapidly evolved in acquisition methodology, data processing, and in this paper, we evaluate the progression of this technology with emphasis on their applications in Barnett shale gas reservoir.

VCNG: Proppant Optimisation in the Low Temperature ...
VCNG: Proppant Optimisation in the Low Temperature ...

Proppant ,flowback, from the fracture to the well is known to occur following HF during ,initial, cleaning or even following the well completion in a number of cases [1,2]. This phenomenon at a low reservoir temperature (10-21 о С) at VCNG is aggravated by a low HF gel breakdown rate connected with activation of the conventionally used oxidizer breakers (e. g., ammonium persulphate) at above 60 ...

Sergey Parkhonyuk - Senior Data Scientist - Schlumberger ...
Sergey Parkhonyuk - Senior Data Scientist - Schlumberger ...

The ,fracturing fluid, is the essential part of any hydraulic ,fracturing, treatment. A borate-crosslinked guar-based ,fluid, is one of the most commonly used types of ,fluid,. The first mention of guar derivatives crosslinked with boron can be traced back to 1977.

Energies | Free Full-Text | Uncertainty Analysis of ...
Energies | Free Full-Text | Uncertainty Analysis of ...

Hydraulic fracture dimension is one of the key parameters affecting stimulated porous media. In actual ,fracturing,, plentiful uncertain parameters increase the difficulty of fracture dimension prediction, resulting in the difficulty in the ,monitoring, of reservoir ,productivity,. In this paper, we established a three-dimensional model to analyze the key factors on the stimulated reservoir volume ...

78034499 bp-frac-manual - SlideShare
78034499 bp-frac-manual - SlideShare

Sand and ,fluid, are mixed in a piece of ,fracturing, equipment called a blender. For the first few years, sand was added to the ,fracturing fluid, by pouring it into a tank or jet mixer containing frac- Hydraulic ,Fracturing, Theory Manual 40 bpm. February 1993 1-7 18. Introduction 1 turing ,fluid, …

Approaching a universal scaling relationship between ...
Approaching a universal scaling relationship between ...

A goal of subsurface geophysical ,monitoring, is the detection and characterization of fracture alterations that affect the hydraulic integrity of a site. Here we present a scaling relationship between fluid flow and fracture-specific stiffness that approaches universality. Fracture-specific stiffness is a mechanical property dependent on fracture geometry that can be monitored remotely ...

Sergey Parkhonyuk - Senior Data Scientist - Schlumberger ...
Sergey Parkhonyuk - Senior Data Scientist - Schlumberger ...

The ,fracturing fluid, is the essential part of any hydraulic ,fracturing, treatment. A borate-crosslinked guar-based ,fluid, is one of the most commonly used types of ,fluid,. The first mention of guar derivatives crosslinked with boron can be traced back to 1977.

Hydraulic Fracturing - Shear Frac Inc
Hydraulic Fracturing - Shear Frac Inc

The ,fracturing, typically creates paths that increase the rate at which production fluids can be produced from the reservoir formations. In some instances, water and sand make up 98 to 99.5 percent of the ,fluid, used in hydraulic ,fracturing,. In addition, chemical additives may be incorporated in the water. The formulation varies depending on the ...

Frontiers | An Interpretation Model for the Production ...
Frontiers | An Interpretation Model for the Production ...

An accurate interpretation of the ,fluid, production profile is the essential scientific step required for the dynamic ,monitoring, and management of a reservoir. Currently, an accurate interpretation of conventional logging is generally available for vertical wells. However, high-accuracy interpretation is still a blank for horizontal wells, especially for those wells with low production.

78034499 bp-frac-manual - SlideShare
78034499 bp-frac-manual - SlideShare

Sand and ,fluid, are mixed in a piece of ,fracturing, equipment called a blender. For the first few years, sand was added to the ,fracturing fluid, by pouring it into a tank or jet mixer containing frac- Hydraulic ,Fracturing, Theory Manual 40 bpm. February 1993 1-7 18. Introduction 1 turing ,fluid, …

Frontiers | An Interpretation Model for the Production ...
Frontiers | An Interpretation Model for the Production ...

An accurate interpretation of the ,fluid, production profile is the essential scientific step required for the dynamic ,monitoring, and management of a reservoir. Currently, an accurate interpretation of conventional logging is generally available for vertical wells. However, high-accuracy interpretation is still a blank for horizontal wells, especially for those wells with low production.

Approaching a universal scaling relationship between ...
Approaching a universal scaling relationship between ...

A goal of subsurface geophysical ,monitoring, is the detection and characterization of fracture alterations that affect the hydraulic integrity of a site. Here we present a scaling relationship between fluid flow and fracture-specific stiffness that approaches universality. Fracture-specific stiffness is a mechanical property dependent on fracture geometry that can be monitored remotely ...

Fracturing-Fluid Flowback Simulation with Consideration of ...
Fracturing-Fluid Flowback Simulation with Consideration of ...

The mass, balance equation, for the, carrying-fluid flowback, in primary fractures is expressed below (1) where ∂[(1 – c F)ρ w]/∂t stands for the mass variation in F, including the, carrying-fluid, density ρ w, the residual volume fraction (1 – c F), and change with flowback time t, while ∇[(1 – c F)ρ w v w F] stands for the, carrying-fluid flux, term in F, which is related with, carrying-fluid flowback, velocity ν w F.

Microseismic Imaging of Hydraulically Induced-Fractures in ...
Microseismic Imaging of Hydraulically Induced-Fractures in ...

Microseismic technology has been proven to be a practical approach for in-situ ,monitoring, of fracture growth during hydraulic fracture stimulations. Microseismic ,monitoring, has rapidly evolved in acquisition methodology, data processing, and in this paper, we evaluate the progression of this technology with emphasis on their applications in Barnett shale gas reservoir.

Hydraulic Fracturing - Shear Frac Inc
Hydraulic Fracturing - Shear Frac Inc

The ,fracturing, typically creates paths that increase the rate at which production fluids can be produced from the reservoir formations. In some instances, water and sand make up 98 to 99.5 percent of the ,fluid, used in hydraulic ,fracturing,. In addition, chemical additives may be incorporated in the water. The formulation varies depending on the ...

Productivity Model for Water-Producing Gas Well in a ...
Productivity Model for Water-Producing Gas Well in a ...

The work defined the relationships between gas well ,productivity, and stress sensitivity, formation angle, and WGR. The results indicate that deliverability increases with an increase in formation angle, and growth rate hits its limit at an angle of 40 deg. Due to the influence of formation angle, ,fluid, gravity leads to production pressure differences in gas wells.

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