Tagged Geology

Total Drops Shale Site in Dybvad, Denmark

Article Abstract: France-headquartered Total said that it will close its site in Dybvad, Denmark, adding that it will not perform hydraulic fracturing in the area because of technical reasons related to the geology of the site.   ‘The results of the drilling at Vendsyssel-1 showed that the shale layer… from Natural Gas Europe – Latest News…

Petroleum Geology News: Minecraft goes 3D at the BGS

Article Abstract: The British Geological Survey (BGS) has taken another step into the world of Minecraft by creating three-dimensional representations of geology at locations across the UK. from Oil Exploration & Production News Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Oil Exploration & Production News for more great articles.

Mahoning Valley teachers learn about Ohio’s shale industry

Article Abstract: Since the oil and gas industry involves subjects like chemistry and geology, many of the lessons the teachers experienced at the workshop can be included in classroom instruction. The post Mahoning Valley teachers learn about Ohio’s shale industry appeared first on Shale Gas Reporter. from Shale Gas Reporter Click Here To Read Full…

Some Undeniable Value In The Oil Space Right Now

Article Abstract: A lot to talk about in the oil sector space as many mavens weighed in this week on oil, while the energy sector experienced what I would call a ‘flash rally.’ As we near the one-year anniversary of the ‘shale bust’, it’s time to chart a course for the next several months. First,…

Fuel feud pits Saudis’ secretive Ghawar against sprawling bakken

Article Abstract: Ghawar is the world’s oil spigot. It’s the biggest conventional field in the world’s biggest- producing country, Saudi Arabia. Statistics about Ghawar – a narrow, deep deposit in porous limestone – are a state secret. The best guess, according to Rasoul Sorkhabi, a geology professor at the University of Utah, is that the…

Oil and gas: Earthquakes near Colorado wastewater well decrease

Article Abstract: Earthquakes near a Colorado hydraulic fracturing wastewater well quiet for more than two months.DENVER (AP) — The ground around a northern Colorado wastewater injection well has been relatively quiet for more than two months, offering hope that a 10-month string of more than 200 small earthquakes might have subsided. The bottom 450 feet…

Exploring Geology on the Shell Graduate Programme

Article Abstract: Shell Exploration Geologist Tamara Morales Rua explains why joining the Shell Graduate Programme kept her passion for geology alive. from Rigzone.com: Latest News Headlines Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Rigzone.com: Latest News Headlines for more great articles.