Tag Archives: produced water

When Frack on Crack meets Herbicide Harry…..

I am so glad that Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is looking into educating the oil & gas industry in how to reduce herbicide use at pad sites. For example they need to know when the CORRECT application times/season are so … Continue reading

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How #FRAckONcraCK gets into MUNICIPAL drinking water

UPDATE: DBP Disinfectant Byproducts is at the heart of our water woes regardless of fracking being near drinking water sources (think of the high bladder cancer rates and read on)….anytime water is being treated per http://wellgal.com/drinking-dead-water-void-essential-minerals/ “…local water is regulated, but … Continue reading

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Methane Plume over Southwest US = Coal Bed Methane but started before fracking

handi info….Coal Bed Methane represents only 2.4% of global gas production, yet accounts for an estimated 67% of the global ‘produced water’ that gets disturbed, brought up, and needs to be disposed of properly. RSOE reported…”Scientists are working to pinpoint … Continue reading

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TxDOT says NOT using (toxic) brine from gas well padsites to salt DFW roads…whew!

 Salt brine for roads during icy conditions is a byproduct of oil & gas and hemp oil could probably replace that too. From: Michael Peters <michael.peters@txdot.gov> To: “kimfeil@sbcglobal.net” <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> Sent: Thursday, January 8, 2015 1:15 PM Subject: Re: Mail – … Continue reading

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Salt Water Waste handling / Using Waste Heat to recycle #fracking Waste Water = 2 pitfalls

Here in Ft Worth next to the Chesapeake office, they have their very own Arc Park Brentwood Compressor Station…so glad to know they put their employees that close…small justice.. UPDATE for Bubba’s vids for Salter Water Handling 101… Bubba #1 … Continue reading

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