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Established in 2001, Puyang Zhong Yuan Restar Petroleum Equipment Co.,Ltd, “RSD” for short, is Henan’s high-tech enterprise with intellectual property advantages and independent legal person qualification. With registered capital of RMB 50 million, the Company has two subsidiaries-Henan Restar Separation Equipment Technology Co., Ltd We are mainly specialized in R&D, production and service of various intelligent separation and control systems in oil&gas drilling,engineering environmental protection and mining industries.We always take the lead in Chinese market shares of drilling fluid shale shaker for many years. Our products have been exported more than 20 countries and always extensively praised by customers. We are Class I network supplier of Sinopec,CNPC and CNOOC and registered supplier of ONGC, OIL India,KOC. High quality and international standard products make us gain many Large-scale drilling fluids recycling systems for Saudi Aramco and Gazprom projects.

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Federal Register :: Oil and Gas; Hydraulic Fracturing on ...
Federal Register :: Oil and Gas; Hydraulic Fracturing on ...

29/12/2017, · As hydraulic ,fracturing, has become more common, public concern increased about whether hydraulic ,fracturing, contributes to or causes the contamination of groundwater sources, whether the chemicals used in hydraulic ,fracturing, should be disclosed to the public, and whether ,there, is adequate management of well integrity and of the “,flowback,” fluids that return to the surface during …

Industry aims to unlock mysteries of fracturing downhole ...
Industry aims to unlock mysteries of fracturing downhole ...

There, are two areas that can address some of the challenges around ,fracturing, – material sciences and computing power, according to Meisenhelder. An example of gains through material science is the ELEMENTAL degradable alloy technology that degrades completely and predictably in a wide range of downhole conditions without the need for chemical additives.

OAC 165:10. OIL & GAS CONSERVATION
OAC 165:10. OIL & GAS CONSERVATION

"Hydraulic ,fracturing, operations" means operations on a well wherein ,fluid, is applied for the express purpose of initiating or propagating fractures in a target geologic formation. ",Hydrogen sulfide, gas (H 2 S)" means a toxic poisonous gas with a chemical composition of H 2 S which is sometimes found mixed with and produced with fluids from oil and gas wells.

The Crucial Importance of Water Handling in Oilfield ...
The Crucial Importance of Water Handling in Oilfield ...

Why, hydraulic ,fracturing, needs a lot of water – some background In unconventional reservoirs, hydrocarbons were deposited in tight formations with low hydraulic connectivity. To economically produce hydrocarbons from unconventional reservoirs composed of shale or tight (low permeability) rock, the reservoir must be stimulated through a process such as hydraulic ,fracturing,.

Unconventional gas exploration - ACMT
Unconventional gas exploration - ACMT

Hydraulic ,fracturing, – “fracking” • The creation of fractures within a reservoir that contains oil or natural gas to increase flow and maximize production…,fluid, is pumped down the well at pressures that exceed the rock strength, causing open fractures to form in the rock. (www.epa.gov)

Stage 3: Exploratory Drilling - RESOLVE
Stage 3: Exploratory Drilling - RESOLVE

23/1/2013, · Once the ,fracturing fluid, has been injected into the shale formation, some of it returns to the surface as ,flowback,. The amount of ,flowback, returning varies widely depending on the geologic characteristics of the formation, ranging from 30% to 70% of the original volume, 12 while the remaining portion of the injected ,fluid, remains trapped in the shale.

The Fracking Facts
The Fracking Facts

6/6/2014, · Ninety-eight to 99.5 percent of the fracking ,fluid, is water and sand used to keep the cracks open; the rest is made up of chemicals that help reduce friction, kill microbes that might clog the well, prevent pipe corrosion, and acids to reduce drilling mud damage.

Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...
Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...

EPA Hydraulic ,Fracturing, Study Plan November 2011 v>EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/R-11/122A November 2011 Plan to Study the ,Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing, on Drinking Water Resources Office of Research and Development US Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. November 2011

Frequently Asked Questions About Shale Gas and Hydraulic ...
Frequently Asked Questions About Shale Gas and Hydraulic ...

11/12/2012, · 23. ,Is there, a ,fluid, byproduct produced from the drilling and fracking operation? Yes. After the fracking process is completed some of the hydraulic ,fracturing fluid, is absorbed or lost to the formation and some of it returns up the well bore to the surface (called ,flowback,) because the subsurface is overpressured during hydraulic ,fracturing,.

9 Dangerous chemicals used in Fracking | Environment Buddy
9 Dangerous chemicals used in Fracking | Environment Buddy

3. ,Hydrogen Sulfide,. ,Hydrogen sulfide,, which can rapidly induce its toxic effects like eye irritation and dizziness in just over an hour of exposure was found in enormous amounts of 90 to 60000 times more than the normal limit. Excluding these acute symptoms with long exposure ,hydrogen sulfide, can easily effect lungs and brain. 4. Formaldehyde

The Fracking Facts
The Fracking Facts

6/6/2014, · Ninety-eight to 99.5 percent of the fracking ,fluid, is water and sand used to keep the cracks open; the rest is made up of chemicals that help reduce friction, kill microbes that might clog the well, prevent pipe corrosion, and acids to reduce drilling mud damage.

Search workover operation: Water for hydraulic fracturing ...
Search workover operation: Water for hydraulic fracturing ...

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Fracking Borron PEHSU 150921 - US EPA
Fracking Borron PEHSU 150921 - US EPA

• Hydraulic ,fracturing, initiated in 1947, when it began as an experiment. It was commercialized in1950. ... ,fluid, is pumped down the ... ,hydrogen sulfide, commonly exceed acute and other health-based risk levels near oil and gas production.

Understanding the microbiology of hydraulically fractured ...
Understanding the microbiology of hydraulically fractured ...

In the past 10 years, ,there, has been a dramatic increase in the production of natural gas from onshore shale reservoirs, particularly in the U.S. Natural gas is produced by hydraulic ,fracturing, — a combination of vertical and horizontal drilling coupled with high-pressure injection of ,fluid,.

Hydraulic Fracturing: Managing Biocide Demand in Mixed ...
Hydraulic Fracturing: Managing Biocide Demand in Mixed ...

Presently, ,there, is much that can be done to improve the performance of biocides or reduce biocide consumption during hydraulic ,fracturing, including better methods for portable tank cleaning and an improved understanding of the interaction between fresh and treated produced-water systems when blended reuse strategies are employed.

The Crucial Importance of Water Handling in Oilfield ...
The Crucial Importance of Water Handling in Oilfield ...

Why, hydraulic ,fracturing, needs a lot of water – some background In unconventional reservoirs, hydrocarbons were deposited in tight formations with low hydraulic connectivity. To economically produce hydrocarbons from unconventional reservoirs composed of shale or tight (low permeability) rock, the reservoir must be stimulated through a process such as hydraulic ,fracturing,.

Federal Register :: Oil and Gas; Hydraulic Fracturing on ...
Federal Register :: Oil and Gas; Hydraulic Fracturing on ...

29/12/2017, · As hydraulic ,fracturing, has become more common, public concern increased about whether hydraulic ,fracturing, contributes to or causes the contamination of groundwater sources, whether the chemicals used in hydraulic ,fracturing, should be disclosed to the public, and whether ,there, is adequate management of well integrity and of the “,flowback,” fluids that return to the surface during …

Frontiers | Halophilic Methylotrophic Methanogens May ...
Frontiers | Halophilic Methylotrophic Methanogens May ...

Fresh waters used to make ,fracturing fluid,, early ,flow-back, waters and late ,flow back, waters from the shale gas reservoir had increasing salinity of 0.01, 0.58 and 2.66 Meq of NaCl, respectively. Microbial community analyses reflected this fresh water to saline transition with halophilic taxa including Halomonas, Halanaerobium and Methanohalophilus being increasingly present.

Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...
Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic ...

EPA Hydraulic ,Fracturing, Study Plan November 2011 v>EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/R-11/122A November 2011 Plan to Study the ,Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing, on Drinking Water Resources Office of Research and Development US Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. November 2011

Frequently Asked Questions About Shale Gas and Hydraulic ...
Frequently Asked Questions About Shale Gas and Hydraulic ...

11/12/2012, · 23. ,Is there, a ,fluid, byproduct produced from the drilling and fracking operation? Yes. After the fracking process is completed some of the hydraulic ,fracturing fluid, is absorbed or lost to the formation and some of it returns up the well bore to the surface (called ,flowback,) because the subsurface is overpressured during hydraulic ,fracturing,.

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