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Next Level Fracking? or A Bridge Too Far?

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China has a radical idiea to extract its enormous gas reserves.

A team of nuclear weapons scientists led by Professor Zhang Yongming from the State Key Laboratory of Controlled Shock Waves at Xian Jiaotong University in Shaanxi province, released details of a new “energy rod” that has the power to plumb depths never before thought possible.

China has the world largest shale gas reserves according to the EIA, China has about 31.6 trillion cubic meters in shale gas reserves according to the 2015 figures from the US Energy Information Administration, or twice as much as the United States and Australia combined.

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Blockchain in Bakken “North Dakota” oilfield

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In a bid to lower administrative costs in their field operations while also reducing payment disputes and chances for fraud,
The OOC Oil & Gas Blockchain Consortium, whose members include Chevron Corp, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil Corp, Equinor and Royal Dutch Shell, among others, has awarded a contract to Data Gumbo to pilot the technology for water handling services in the Bakken shale field in North Dakota.  READ MORE – www.reuters.com

How will this change things in North Dakota? By allowing companies to share information and create contracts easily and securely, saving time, money and resources.

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A flare alternative that also evaporates flowback and produced water.

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Hydroflare is a the latest from HYDROZONIX. It is a flare alternative that also evaporates flowback and produced water (fracked wate0. Do you have remote wells where gas gathering is difficult or not cost effective? These types of wells usually have higher produced water disposal costs. What if you could use field gas from your remote well to evaporate produced water. Well now you can.

www.hydrozonix.com), employs an enclosed flare to destroy the well offgases and harvests the resulting energy to evaporate wastewater. According to Mike Pawlowski, senior technical sales manager at Ship & Shore Environmental, this the first technology available to the hydraulic fracturing market for onsite evaporation of produced water. The process — called Hydroflare — works by connecting the source of well offgases to an enclosed flare burner. “The resultant heat from the flare is passed to a tower or stack, which includes spray nozzles to mist the produced water into the high-temperature discharge of the burner section,”

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