2 edition of Groundwater monitoring recommendations for oil shale development found in the catalog.
Groundwater monitoring recommendations for oil shale development
Lorne G. Everett
1984 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory in Las Vegas, NV .
Written in English
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Oil Shale Research in the United States 5 September Third Edition FOREWORD Significant research efforts continue in the United States to address some of the technical, economic, and policy uncertainties that constrain the development of America’s enormous oil shale resource. Enefit American Oil (former name: Oil Shale Exploration Company - OSEC) is a Utah based oil shale exploration and development company. It has been involved in the development of oil shale since Since it is a subsidiary of Eesti Energia, internationally known as arters: Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. Shale gas was first extracted as a resource in Fredonia, New York, in , in shallow, low-pressure fractures. Horizontal drilling began in the s, and in a well was first fracked in the U.S.. Federal price controls on natural gas led to shortages in the s. Faced with declining natural gas production, the federal government invested in many supply alternatives, including the.
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Although site-specific data are provided, the handbook is developed for general application to coal and oil shale development. All sources of potential groundwater contamination from these two energy extraction types are identified as part of the overall monitoring : Book Condition: Good; Hardcover;Elsevier Publishing ; Former library copy with standard library markings; Moderate shelfwear to covers; Library stamps to endpapers; Text pages slightly age-toned, otherwise unmarked; Good binding with straight spine; Blue covers with title in white lettering; pages; "Groundwater Monitoring Handbook for Coal and Oil Shale Development (Developments in Author: Lorne G.
Everett. Read the latest chapters of Developments in Water Science atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Get this from a library. Groundwater monitoring recommendations for oil shale development. [Lorne G Everett; Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (Las Vegas, Nev.)].
Recently Published Report Groundwater Quality Monitoring Recommendations for In Situ Oil Shale Development (EPA /) This report includes the design to characterize the hydrogeology of an oil shale tract, a proper suite of geophysical logs, proper aquifer testing methods, and recommendations to aid developers of commercial oil shale tracts.
Get this from a library. Groundwater quality monitoring recommendations for in situ oil shale development. [Lorne G Everett; Kaman Tempo.; Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (Las Vegas, Nev.); United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
Office of Research and Development.]. The goal of this phase was to: • Protect groundwater quality by developing specific monitoring recommendations for the use of geophysical logs and aquifer test- ing methods for MIS oil shale development.
Monitoring recommendations are provided for the use of the following logs: temperature, caliper, gamma, spinner, radioactive tracer, velocity, sonic, density, electric, and seisviewer.
for the development of shale oil and gas OGP Report No. December Groundwater and surface water protection 6 5. Cementing and well integrity 7 These OGP-IPIECA Good practice guidelines for the development of shale oil and gas are intended to complement these established practices.
This document also provides a general. Stream Monitoring for Evaluating Groundwater Methane Associated with Shale-Gas Development baseline environmental monitoring prior to unconventional oil and gas development. Relation of gas transfer rate to groundwater inflow (modified from Solomon et al., IAEA CFC Guidebook )File Size: 6MB.
The Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells is intended to assist personnel involved with the design, construction, and installation of ground-water monitoring wells.
This document does not focus on specific regulatory requirements, but. For the development of the groundwater theme of the interactive UOG vulnerability map, sensitivity indicators that would indicate groundwater aspects that are sensitive to UOG extraction were identified using the “impacts” method (Harvey et al.
).Using a normative approach (which entails using expert knowledge based on subjective individual or collective expert opinion Cited by: 3. It has become widely acknowledged that baseline monitoring is required ahead of any shale gas or oil development in the UK.
A number of reports have recognised its importance including those by the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, Public Health England KB pdf, CIWEM and the UK Shale Gas Task Force.
Site selection strategy for environmental monitoring in connection with shale-gas exploration: Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire and Fylde, Lancashire.
Open report OR/15/ Open report OR/15/ Potential impacts on groundwater from exploitation of shale gas in the UK. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
EPA/ May GROUNDWATER QUALITY MONITORING OF WESTERN OIL SHALE DEVELOPMENT: Monitoring Program Development Edited by G.C. Slawson, Jr. General Electric Company-TEMPO Center for Advanced Studies Santa Barbara, California Contract No.
Project Officer Leslie G. McMillion Advanced Monitoring Division Environmental Monitoring. Methane in groundwater before, during, and after hydraulic fracturing of the Marcellus Shale Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (27) June.
Groundwater Flow and CH 4 Occurrence Next to Well Pads. Monitoring wells B, F, and R were sited on hilltops at the edges of well pads 1, 3, and 4 to measure near-field hydrological and water-quality responses to top-hole drilling, lateral (horizontal) drilling, and HVHF of five gas wells that have now been in production for more than 1 y (Fig.
1 and SI Appendix, Table S2).Cited by: 7. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Groundwater quality monitoring of western oil shale development. Las Vegas, Nev.: Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va.: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service, This report presents the initial phases of a study to design and implement groundwater quality monitoring programs for Western United States oil shale operations.
The development of a preliminary priority ranking of potential pollution sources and the pollutants associated with these sources is present- ed. Methane in groundwater before, during, and after hydraulic fracturing of the Marcellus Shale E. Barth-Naftilana, J.
Sohnga, and J. Saiersa,1 aSchool of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT Edited by Andrea Rinaldo, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, and approved (received for review NovemberCited by: 7.
&EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory P.O. Box Las Vegas NV EPA/ June Research and Development Monitoring Groundwater Quality: The Impact of In Situ Oil Shale Retorting Interagency Energy- Environment Research and Development Program Report.
The RGMP should monitor groundwater with less t mg/L total dissolved solids (TDS) in aquifers that contain a sufficient quantity of water for beneficial use and that are in groundwater basins containing oil and gas fields.
The State should implement a program to systematically determine the spatial and vertical distribution of all fresh groundwater ( in basins containing oil & gas fields throughout the Size: 9MB. Executive Summary: Recommendations on Model Criteria for Groundwater Sampling, Testing, and Monitoring of Oil and Gas Development in California Bradley K.
Esser, Harry Beller, Susan Carroll, John Cherry, Jan Gillespie, Rob Jackson, Preston D. We installed eight multilevel monitoring wells within bedrock aquifers of a km 2 area targeted for shale gas development (SGD).
Twenty-four isolated intervals within these wells were sampled monthly over 2 years and groundwater pressures were recorded before, during, and after seven shale gas wells were drilled, hydraulically fractured, and Cited by: 7.
Calculations show that the total water used for drilling and fracturing shale gas wells is relatively low compared to the consumptive total water (surface and groundwater) usage in wet regions (e.g.
% of available water for the Marcellus Shale); but is much higher in arid regions (% for the Barnett Shale and % for the Haynesville Cited by: GWPC and its partnering organizations have produced several reports and publications related to groundwater, source water, UIC, and oil and gas.
Publications range from broad topic area pamphlets written for laymen and the general public, to more in-depth reports on topics such as shale gas and state groundwater regulations and processes. The peer-reviewed study, "A Comprehensive Analysis of Groundwater Quality in the Barnett Shale Region," was published in the American Chemical Society journal Environmental Science & Author: Kristin Sullivan.
“Current surface and subsurface monitoring efforts of shale gas development are thus insufficient to meaningfully detect or assess methane impacts to atmosphere and groundwater,” the study found. British Columbia’s floundering shale gas industry has drilled and fracked nea wells in northeastern B.C.
over the last decade, causing. Design and Installation of Monitoring Wells Design and Installation of Monitoring Wells()_AF.R1 Effective Date: Janu Revision History.
This table shows changes to this controlled document over time. The most recent version is presented in the top. Developments in Water Science, Volume Groundwater Monitoring Handbook for Coal and Oil Shale Development avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 4 editions4/5(1).
Regional Monitoring/Analysis of the Effects of Oil and Gas Development on Groundwater in California Smith, A. Recommended Practices for Baseline Sampling of Water Wells in Areas of Shale Gas Development. In Maythe Department of Energy (DOE), in conjunction with the Groundwater Protection Council (GWPC) and the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), issued a report which outlined state regulations concerning oil and natural gas exploration and File Size: KB.
high-volume hydraulic fracturing; shale gas; natural gas; water quality; Marcellus Shale; Horizontal drilling and high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) are used in combination to extract natural gas, condensate, and oil from shale reservoirs in the United States at rates affecting the world economy (1 ⇓ ⇓ –4).In the shale gas-rich Marcellus Formation, such slick water HVHF began in Cited by: Shale Oil and Gas Research Institute, Peking University, BeijingChina Abstract: Through comprehensive investigation of the environmental issues in shale gas development in the US, the environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing in shale gas development are summarized to provide reference for the shale gas development and man- agement Cited by: Baseline sampling of residential water wells is standard practice for operators in many areas of shale oil and gas development.
Data collected from these sampling programs is critical for evaluating whether reported changes in local water quality (e.g., methane, salts, metals) are related to nearby drilling activities, or potentially naturally : Stephen Richardson.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Oil shale has never made an American company more than a nickel or two; quite a few, in fact, have lost countless millions over the last century trying to cook oil Author: Clifford Krauss. Unconventional Gas Shales: Development, Technology, and Policy Issues Congressional Research Service 2 Gas shale development takes place on both private and state lands.
Royalty rates, rents, and signing bonuses paid to state and private landowners vary. In Texas, where similar gas shale development takes place, the rates are generally Size: 2MB.
The exploration of unconventional shale energy reserves and the extensive use of hydraulic fracturing during well stimulation have raised concerns about the potential effects of unconventional oil and gas extraction (UOG) on the environment.
Most accounts of groundwater contamination have focused primarily on the compositional analysis of dissolved gases to address whether UOG activities have Cited by: APPENDIX E: STANDARDS AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR SHALE OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT.
Appalachian Shale Recommended Practices Group The*Appalachian*Shale*Recommended*Practices*Group*(ASRPG)*is*aconsortium*of*the*11largest* • Groundwater*Monitoring* • Wastewater*Disposal*. Groundwater monitoring in the vicinity of onshore petroleum and geothermal activities is a vital tool to demonstrate the ongoing protection and management of valued water resources.
Current best practice by operators ensures that groundwater monitoring commences prior to on-ground disturbance activities, through the life of the activity and then. Approaches for High Resolution Monitoring for Groundwater Impacts from Shale Gas Development Tuesday, Ap a.m.
Beth Parker, PhD, University of Guelph, College of Physical and Engineering Science, G Institute for Groundwater Research, Guelph, Ontario, ON, CanadaAuthor: Beth Parker. Oil and gas exploration in the United States has expanded with the increased use of horizontal, or directional, drilling to facilitate the recovery of shale gas and tight oil resources.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates t to 30, new hydraulic fracturing wells were drilled each year between andand the impact of those wells and the use of hydraulic Author: Division on Earth.Damaged or abandoned legacy oil and gas wells can affect groundwater resources in an historic oil and gas production area.
Rapid development of shale gas across the country has created.