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Utilizing Hydraulic Fracturing and Horizontal Drilling for Pure Fuel Manufacturing – jj
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Utilizing Hydraulic Fracturing and Horizontal Drilling for Pure Fuel Manufacturing



Geologists have long known about huge natural gas deposits trapped in shale rock formations, but it is only over the past decade that energy companies have …

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  1. DD wise , what are the problems expected to face when drilling such horizontal natural gas wells when the bay zone is that deep ? is it relatively easy to land 90deg when compared to shallower wells where bay zone is something like 1500-2200m TVD? I have never drilled a horizontal natural gas that deep as a DD

  2. It's common sense that if you pump huge amounts of water into the ground to get rocks to break and oil to come out of the rocks, the oil comes up, because it rises, and the sinks along with some of the oil, and pollutants. What would logically happen to the tainted water when it's in the ground? It doesn't stay there forever. Water moves throughout the earth through the water cycle. It goes into our water supply eventually, but not only that, it goes into the same water that irrigates our farms. There's no way to keep the dirty water separate other than not pump the water into the ground in the first place, before the oil pollutes it. (other than make a huge non-permeable upside-down dome of concrete inside the ground, but even that is made of rock, the same stuff that water can be used to break.)

    It's faulty logic to think that fracking is ok. #keepitintheground

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