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Produced water is water or brine that often accompanies oil and gas that is extracted from underground reservoirs. The quantity of produced water increases as reservoirs mature, especially if secondary or tertiary recovery methods are used, and it often exceeds the volume of hydrocarbons in a reservoir. Produced water forms the oil and gas industry’s largest waste stream based on volume.<ref name="r1">Arthur, J.D., Langhus, B.G., Patel, C. Technical Summary of Oil & Gas Produced Water Treatment Technologies http://www.all-llc.com/publicdownloads/ALLConsulting-WaterTreatmentOptionsReport.pdf.</ref>
  
== Noteworthy papers in OnePetro ==
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== What is produced water? ==  
  
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== Disposing produced water ==  
  
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== Cost of produced water disposal ==
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Revision as of 17:46, 2 October 2015

Produced water is water or brine that often accompanies oil and gas that is extracted from underground reservoirs. The quantity of produced water increases as reservoirs mature, especially if secondary or tertiary recovery methods are used, and it often exceeds the volume of hydrocarbons in a reservoir. Produced water forms the oil and gas industry’s largest waste stream based on volume.[1]

What is produced water?

Disposing produced water

Cost of produced water disposal

References

Noteworthy papers in OnePetro

See also

External links

Category

  1. Arthur, J.D., Langhus, B.G., Patel, C. Technical Summary of Oil & Gas Produced Water Treatment Technologies http://www.all-llc.com/publicdownloads/ALLConsulting-WaterTreatmentOptionsReport.pdf.