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Hydraulic fracturing operations : handbook of environmental management practices

Author: Nicholas P Cheremisinoff; Anton Davletshin; M Dayal
Publisher: Beverly, MA : Scrivener Publishing., [2015] ©2015
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Cheremisinoff, Nicholas P.
Hydraulic fracturing operations : handbook of environmental management practices.
Salem, Massachusetts ; Hoboken, New Jersey : Scrivener Publishing : Wiley, c2015
xxii, 763 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas P Cheremisinoff; Anton Davletshin; M Dayal
ISBN: 9781119099987 1119099986 9781119100003 1119100003
OCLC Number: 902673669
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.1. Technology Overview --
1.2. Benefits, Environmental Deterents, Hurdles and Public Safety --
1.2.1. Key Drivers --
1.2.2. Environmental Deterrents --
1.2.3. Hurdles and Public Safety --
1.3. U.S. Resources and Standing --
1.4. Worldwide Levels of Activity --
1.5. The Role of Water --
1.5.1. Water Acquisition --
1.5.2. Chemical Mixing --
1.5.3. Well Injection --
2.1. U.S. Environmental Regulations --
2.1.1. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) --
2.1.2. Clean Water Act (CWA) --
2.1.3. Oil Pollution Prevention (Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Regulations) --
2.1.4. Oil Pollution Act (OPA) --
2.1.5. Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) --
2.1.6. Clean Air Act (CAA) --
2.1.7. Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) --
2.1.8. Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund) --
2.1.9. Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) --
2.2. Historical Evolution of Regulations Affecting Oil and Gas --
2.3. RCRA Exemptions --
2.4. Permitting Rules --
2.4.1. California Rules --
2.4.1.1. Restrictions --
2.4.1.2. Conditions --
3.1. Memorandum of Agreement Between the U.S. EPA and Industry --
3.2. Chemicals Used --
3.3. Safe Handling and Emergency Response to Spills and Fires --
3.4. Storage Tanks --
3.5. Risk Management --
3.6. Establishing a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan --
3.6.1. Roles and Responsibilities --
3.6.2. Standard Procedures for Any Spill --
3.6.3. Training --
4.1. Overview --
4.2. Water Quality Criteria, Standards, Parameters, and Limits --
4.3. Wastewater Characterization --
4.4. Wastewater Management Alternatives --
4.5. Water Treatment Technologies --
4.5.1. Separators --
4.5.1.1. API Separators --
4.5.2. Other Types of Separators --
4.5.3. Dissolved Gas Flotation --
4.5.4. Activated Carbon --
4.5.5. Nut Shell Filters --
4.5.6. Organi-Clay Adsorbants --
4.5.7. Chemical Oxidation --
4.5.7.1. Chemistry --
4.5.8. UV Disinfection --
4.5.9. Biological Processes --
4.5.10. Membrane Filtration --
4.5.11. RO and Nanofiltration --
4.5.12. Air Stripping --
4.5.13. Chemical Precipitation --
4.5.14. Thickeners --
4.5.15. Settling Ponds/Sedimentation --
4.5.16. Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) --
4.5.17. Ion Exchange --
4.5.18. Crystallization --
4.5.19. Advanced Integrated Systems --
4.6. Deep Well Injection of Wastes --
4.7. Overall Assessment of Wastewater Management Alternatives --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. Water Use by the Oil and Gas Energy Sector --
5.3. Overview of Water Management Practices --
5.3.1.Characteristics of Hydraulic Fracturing Flowback Water --
5.3.2. Characteristics of Produced Water --
5.3.3. Water and Mass Balances --
5.4. Wastewater Treatment Technologies --
5.4.1. Influent Conditions --
5.4.2. Technology Evaluation --
5.4.3. Treatment End Points --
5.4.4. Regulatory Compliance --
5.5. Alternatives to Conventional Wastewater Treatment --
5.5.1. Saltwater Disposal Well Solutions --
5.5.2. Ponding and Land Disposal --
5.5.3. Treatment for Recycle/Reuse --
5.6. Project Management --
5.6.1. Planning and Implementing a New System --
5.6.1.1. Phase I: Engineering Feasibility Study --
5.6.1.2. Phase II: Engineering Design --
5.6.1.3. Phase III: Procurement, Fabrication, Construction, and Start-up --
5.6.2. Battery Limits and Interfaces --
5.6.3. Mobile, Transportable, and Fixed Base Treatment Systems --
5.6.4. Contract and Pricing --
5.6.5. Morphing Site Conditions --
5.7. Economics of Wastewater Treatment --
5.7.1. Traditional Engineering Cost Estimating --
5.7.2. Accounting for Contingencies and Risk --
5.7.3. Current Pricing for Water Management Services --
5.8. State-of-the-Art Water Management Project --
5.9. Special Challenges in the Oil and Gas Energy Sector --
5.9.1. Overcoming an Image --
5.9.2. Morphing into a Recycle/Reuse Mode --
5.9.3. Concluding Remarks --
References --
6.1. Overview --
6.2. API Good Practices for Well Design and Construction --
6.3. Integrity Failure --
6.3.1. Blow-Out Preventers --
6.4. Abandonment and Closure --
6.5. Best Practices for Site Operations --
References --
7.1. The Problem --
7.2. Methodology of Air Pollution Control --
7.3. Remote Sensing and Monitoring --
7.4. Leak Detection and Repair --
7.4.1. Method 21 General Procedure --
7.4.2. Auditing Practices --
7.5. Use of Flares --
7.5.1. Overview and Changing Practices --
7.5.2. Terminology --
7.5.3. Combustion Principles --
7.5.4. Ignition --
7.5.5. Flammability and Flammable Mixtures --
7.5.6. Gas Mixtures --
7.5.7. Practical Applications --
7.5.8. MARAMA Guidelines for Calculating Flare Emissions --
7.5.8.1. Vent Gas Air Pollutant Equation Emission Factors --
7.5.8.2. Natural Gas Air Pollutant Equation Emission Factors --
7.5.9. Propane and Butane Air Pollutant Equation Emission Factors --
7.5.10. TCEQ New Source Review (NSR) Emission Calculations --
7.5.11. AP-42, Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors --
7.6. Fugitive Dust Discharges --
7.6.1. Particle Attributes and Potential Health Effects --
7.6.2. Estimating Dust Discharges --
7.6.3. Managing Dust Emissions --
7.6.4. Dust Monitoring --
7.7. Compressor Stations --
7.8. Dehydrators --
7.8.1. Recommended References --
8.1. Overview --
8.2. The Challenges of Managing Water Resources --
8.3. The Challenges of Managing Air Quality --
8.4. The Challenges of Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions --
8.5. The Challenges of Managing Man-Made Seismicity.
Responsibility: Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Ph.D. and Anton Davletshin ; edited by M. Dayal

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