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Indications of Transformation Products from Hydraulic Fracturing Additives in Shale-Gas Wastewater

This study by a German-US research team investigated six Fayetteville Shale wastewater samples for organic composition. Its results highlight the possibility that unconventional natural gas development (UNGD) operations generate transformation products and underscore the value of disclosing additives injected into the subsurface. UNGD generates large volumes of wastewater, the detailed composition of which must be …

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Study assesses shale decline rate

Major finding: Obviously, the productivity of fracked wells declines within few months to or even below pre-fracking levels. Bibliography: Jason Baihly, Raphael Altman, Raj Malpani, and Fang Luo (all Schlumberger staff) Study Assesses Shale Decline Rates The American Oil & Gas Reporter, May 2011 See also: Dramatic Decline Rates of 4 Gas Fields Confirmed by …

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