1 edition of Groundwater exploration and testing, Duvernay area found in the catalog.
1988 by Alberta Environment, Water Resources Management Services, Technical Services Division, Hydrogeology Branch in [Edmonton, Alta.] .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by S. Clare|
|Contributions||Hardick, Roger C., Alberta. Water Resources Management Services, Alberta. Environmental Engineering Support Services. Technical Services Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 9, ca. 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Groundwater exploration and testing, Duvernay area by Clare, Stephen J; Hardick, Roger C; Alberta. Water Resources Management Services; Alberta.
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The book provides an elaborate treatment of groundwater prospecting and management covering remote sensing, geological–geophysical cum hydrogeological studies, exploration (geological and geophysical), development (well logging techniques, pump test, its analysis and applications in well design), contamination (pollution of groundwater) and regulatory legislations regarding groundwater.
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To be successful the hydrogeologist must have knowledge of both the geologic conditions of the area and their effect on the storage and movement of groundwater systems.
The total character of the environmental setting determines which exploration techniques are necessary to. Duvernay is characterized by an average porosity of %, an average permeability of nD, and an average of % TOC. The Duvernay Shales have been credited as the source rock for many of the large Devonian oil and gas pools in Alberta.
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Twenty Schlumberger VES’s with maximum current electrode spacing of m were carried out in the coastal zone of Shalateen area at the alluvial fan of Wadi by: 3. Schiner, G.R.,Ground-water exploration and test pumping in the Halma-Lake Bronson area, Kittson County, Minnesota: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper BB, 38 p. Schiner, G.R., and Schneider, Robert,Geology and ground-water conditions of the Redwood Falls area Redwood County, Minnesota: U.S. Geological Survey Water. shale fairway. The organic-rich Duvernay Formation was deposited within an interior seaway in upper Devonian time; covering a large portion of the western Canadian sedimentary basin.
Net shale isopachs within the play area, for the most part, range between 25 and 60 metres; however, over 90 meters thickness has been identified.
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Figure 1. Location of the Duvernay Shale in Alberta and Canada. Description: This map that shows the location of the Duvernay Shale study area. Calgary, Alberta, is located just south of the study area's southern end while Grande Prairie, Alberta, is located at the study area's northwest end.
Geophysical Investigations • Groundwater Exploration project pass through various surveys. • The main objective of these surveys is to study and understand the hydrological cycle of the region, to understand overall concept of type, nature, no: aquifers and quality of groundwater.
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SinceGDD has developed, manufactured and sold a wide range of Electromagnetic (EM) and Resistivity/Induced Polarization geophysical instruments. Figure 1: Area of unconventional Duvernay exploration and development highlighted in red.
Conclusions Presently, this is an emerging shale liquids play in Canada. At this early stage there are only a few horizontal wells with frac stimulation and production tests; so. Exploration and Testing.
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rich Duvernay Formation was deposited within an interior seaway in upper Devonian time; covering a large portion of the western Canadian sedimentary basin.
Net shale isopachs within the play area, for the most part, range between 25 and 60 metres; however, over 90 meters thickness has been identified. Ground Water (Unit-V) 1. Ground Water Unit-V Part-I 2. Ground Water Ground water • Sources and zones, water table, unconfined and perched, springs, Factors controlling water bearing capacity of rocks, pervious and impervious rocks, cone of depression and its use in civil engineering, Methods of artificial recharge of ground water, geology of percolation tank.
Geophysical Investigation. Encana (ECA) - Encana ECA is drilling the Duvernay Shale and has provided an exploration update - In the Alberta Duvernay, where Encana holds aboutnet acres, the company has drilled and completed three horizontal wells with lateral lengths up to 6, feet.
Encana has obtained core and reservoir data on each well and is encouraged by the results, which confirm initial expectations.
Groundwater is the water present beneath Earth's surface in soil pore spaces and in the fractures of rock formations.A unit of rock or an unconsolidated deposit is called an aquifer when it can yield a usable quantity of water.
The depth at which soil pore spaces or fractures and voids in rock become completely saturated with water is called the water table. Ground-water exploration and test pumping in the Halma-Lake Bronson area Kittson County, Minnesota. Ground-water exploration and test pumping in the Halma-Lake Bronson area Kittson County, Minnesota.
[George R Schiner; Minnesota. Division of Waters,; Minnesota. Today, more than half of Western Canada’s oil and natural gas wells are being drilled horizontally, and sincean estimated 80 percent of all oil wells placed on production in Alberta utilized horizontal drilling techniques.
Hydraulic fracturing has been safely used on overoil and gas wells in Alberta since the technology was introduced in the s. The estimates for the total in-place resources in the Duvernay Formation are 10 12 m 3 to 10 12 m 3 ( to Trillion Cubic Feet (Tcf)) of raw gas, with a best estimate of 10 12 m 3 ( Tcf); 10 9 m 3 to 10 9 m 3 ( to billion barrels (Bbbls)) of natural gas liquids, with a best estimate of to 10 9 m 3.
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