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Geochemical evaluation of flowback brine from Marcellus gas wells in Pennsylvania, USA

Applied Geochemistry

26 Oct 2012
Lara O. Haluszczak, Arthur W. Rose, Lee R. Kump
This study assesses the composition of flowback waters from the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania.
Open Access
Peer Reviewed

Oil depletion and the energy efficiency of oil production: the case of California

Sustainability

12 Oct 2011
Brandt, AR

This study explores the impact of oil depletion on the energetic efficiency of oil. extraction and refining in California.

Open Access
Peer Reviewed

Geochemical evidence for possible natural migration of Marcellus Formation brine to shallow aquifers in Pennsylvania

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

09 July 2012
Nathaniel R. Warner, Robert B. Jackson, Thomas H. Darrah, Stephen G. Osborn, Adrian Down, Kaiguang Zhao, Alissa White, and Avner Vengosh
This study examines hydraulic connectivity between shale gas formations and the overlying shallow drinking water aquifers.
Open Access
Peer Reviewed

Induced Seismicity Potential in Energy Technologies

National Research Council

15 Jun 2012
National Research Council

In the past several years, some energy technologies that inject or extract fluid from the Earth, such as oil and gas development and geothermal energy development, have been found or suspected to cause seismic events, drawing heightened public attention. Although only a very small fraction of injection and extraction activities among the hundreds of thousands of energy development sites in the United States have induced seismicity at levels noticeable to the public, understanding the potential for inducing felt seismic events and for limiting their occurrence and impacts is desirable for state and federal agencies, industry, and the public at large. To better understand, limit, and respond to induced seismic events, work is needed to build robust prediction models, to assess potential hazards, and to help relevant agencies coordinate to address them.

Peer Reviewed

Greenwashing gas: Might a ‘transition fuel’ label legitimize carbon-intensive natural gas development?

Energy Policy

30 Apr 2012
Eleanor Stephensona, Alexander Doukasa, Karena Shaw
This paper evaluates natural gas as a viable "bridge fuel" through a case study of the shale gas industry in British Columbia (BC), Canada.
Open Access
Peer Reviewed

Potential Contaminant Pathways from Hydraulically Fractured Shale to Aquifers

Groundwater

17 APR 2012
Tom Myers
This study uses interpretative modeling to examine potential contaminant pathways from fractured shale to aquifers.
Peer Reviewed

Human health risk assessment of air emissions from development of unconventional natural gas resources

Science of the Total Environment

21 Mar 2012
Lisa M. McKenzie, Roxana Z. Witter, Lee S. Newman, John L. Adgate

This study estimated health risks for exposures to air emissions from a NGD project in Garfield County, Colorado with the objective of supporting risk prevention recommendations in a health impact assessment (HIA).

Peer Reviewed

Hydrocarbon emissions characterization in the Colorado Front Range: A pilot study

Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

21 Feb 2012
Gabrielle Pétron, Gregory Frost, Benjamin R. Miller, Adam I. Hirsch, Stephen A. Montzka, Anna Karion, Michael Trainer, Colm Sweeney, Arlyn E. Andrews, Lloyd Miller, Jonathan Kofler, Amnon Bar-Ilan, Ed J. Dlugokencky, Laura Patrick, Charles T. Moore Jr., T

The multispecies analysis of daily air samples collected at the NOAA Boulder Atmospheric Observatory (BAO) in Weld County in northeastern Colorado since 2007 shows highly correlated alkane enhancements caused by a regionally distributed mix of sources in the Denver-Julesburg Basin. To further characterize the emissions of methane and non-methane hydrocarbons (propane, n-butane, i-pentane, n-pentane and benzene) around BAO, a pilot study involving automobile-based surveys was carried out during the summer of 2008.

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