Geotekhnologiya pokhovannya suputnikh plastovikh vod u visnazheni rozrobkoyu gazovi gorizonti  [Geotechnology of internment of attendant formation waters in used gas horizons]

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Alternate Title:Geotechnology of internment of attendant formation waters in used gas horizons
Authors:Kolodiy, Volodymyr V.; Mis'kiv, Nadija Y.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Inst. Geologiyi i Geokhimiyi Goryuchikh Kopalin NAN Ukrayini ta NAK "Naftogaz Ukrayini", Lvov, Ukraine
L'vivs'kiy KNDV UkrNDIGaz, Ukraine
Volume Title:Geologiya i Geokhimiya Goryuchikh Kopalin
Source:Geologiya i Geokhimiya Goryuchikh Kopalin, 2004(1), p.85-93. Publisher: Natsional'na Akademiya Nauk Ukrayini, Institut Geologiyi i Geokhimiyi Goryuchikh Kopalin, Lvov, Ukraine. ISSN: 1560-4896
Publication Date:2004
Note:In Ukrainian with English summary. 7 refs.; illus., incl. 2 tables
Summary:Pollution problems of natural environment by industry waste waters are acutely displayed in deposits where system of keeping formation pressure is used, internment polygons of attendant formation waters (AFW) and fields that are founded at the last stage of work. Exploitations of gas wells influence coming up attendant formation waters-mixtures of condensational and mineralized formation waters. Extracting gas of mineralized waters is pulled up to well bore and is attended by gas stream on surface. Such waters are characterized by high content of dissolved mineral salts, great contents of organic substance, mechanical mineral admixture. In spite of high mineralization of such waters, they cannot be cast to near-surface waters or water-carrying horizons of ground waters even after their clearance from gas condensate and another organic pollutants. Methods that traditionally are used for destroying waste materials are not ecologically clear. That is, the AFW are buried into deep water-carrying horizons in outlined domains of gas fields or in soaked formations with stagnation regime.
Subjects:Ecology; Ground water; Hydrocarbons; Oil and gas fields; Organic compounds; Petroleum engineering; Pollution; Pore water; Preventive measures; Reservoir rocks; Storage; Surface water; Water pollution; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Ukraine; Letnya Field; Opary Field
Record ID:2006070875
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.
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