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Techno-economic Assessment of Shale Gas Water ...

SKU: GTI-12/0004
Techno-economic Assessment of Shale Gas Water Management Solutions [Single-user license]

The report defines best water management practices and emerging solutions, maps them according to GTIs flow sheet model, identifies gaps in technology development and determines cost reduction and efficiency opportunities taking account of full life-cycle costs. The report is intended to assist readers in identifying near- and long-term cost savings, reducing commercial uncertainty and preventing issues associated with water use from becoming an obstacle to the sustainable development of vital unconventional gas resources.

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Document Type
Report
Report Period
2012
Sponsor
Industry Consortium
Pagination
188p
Product Media
PDF Download
Publish Date
2012
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Summary:
A critical challenge for shale gas development is the cost and environmental acceptance of wastewater and solid waste management solutions. This report describes the economics (i.e. envelope of vendor pricing as a function of salinity, scale, and degree of treatment plus associated direct and indirect costs) and niche application of each of these flow schemes to achieve treatment and disposal goals that are protective of human health and the environment (consistent with local, state and federal regulations). The importance of assessing the economic and strategic implications of future regulatory changes is also acknowledged in this report, which helps to ensure regulators provide opportunity for sustainable economic development of shale gas resources along with assurance that environmental impact is managed appropriately for environmental sustainability. This analysis was assisted by GTIs proprietary water-based life cycle computer model which was utilized to forecast the water output, water reuse capacity, salt generation and solid waste output from a development area using more than 30 inputs to describe its characteristics.
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