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Established in 2001, Puyang Zhong Yuan Restar Petroleum Equipment Co.,Ltd, “RSD” for short, is Henan’s high-tech enterprise with intellectual property advantages and independent legal person qualification. With registered capital of RMB 50 million, the Company has two subsidiaries-Henan Restar Separation Equipment Technology Co., Ltd We are mainly specialized in R&D, production and service of various intelligent separation and control systems in oil&gas drilling,engineering environmental protection and mining industries.We always take the lead in Chinese market shares of drilling fluid shale shaker for many years. Our products have been exported more than 20 countries and always extensively praised by customers. We are Class I network supplier of Sinopec,CNPC and CNOOC and registered supplier of ONGC, OIL India,KOC. High quality and international standard products make us gain many Large-scale drilling fluids recycling systems for Saudi Aramco and Gazprom projects.

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Potential water-related environmental risks of hydraulic ...
Potential water-related environmental risks of hydraulic ...

15/5/2014, · The ,flowback, containing fracking ,fluid,, ... The fracking ,fluid, is the hydraulic medium used for applying pressure to the rock strata inducing ,fracturing,. With the fracking ,fluid,, proppants (such as quartz sand) ... 6 are classified as ,dangerous, to the environment,

What is 'fracking' and what are the dangers involved ...
What is 'fracking' and what are the dangers involved ...

Hydraulic ,fracturing, is the pumping of ,fluid, into a reservoir to create a fracture that provides a permeable pathway for reservoir fluids to flow more readily to the well. Geometrically, the growth of the hydraulic fracture is more horizontal than vertical, due to stress changes between layers of rock.

'Fracking' and worker safety | December 2014 | Safety ...
'Fracking' and worker safety | December 2014 | Safety ...

23/11/2014, · As fresh oil has flowed, so have new jobs. Hydraulic ,fracturing, – or “fracking,” as it is often referred to – is the process of drilling deep beneath the earth’s surface to crack, or fracture, rock formations to access oil and natural gas deposits. The process is not new, but advancements in technology spurred a recent boom and vaulted the United States to No. 1 status among the ...

The truth about fracking and the environment | The ...
The truth about fracking and the environment | The ...

“,Flowback,” water can contaminate streams and water supplies. The rush into fracking has not kept pace with important environmental safeguards. For example, toxic fracking fluids, including known cancer-causing chemicals like benzene and toluene, are exempt …

Fracking flowback could pollute groundwater with heavy ...
Fracking flowback could pollute groundwater with heavy ...

Fracking flowback could pollute groundwater with heavy metals Date: June 25, 2014 Source: Cornell University Summary:

New study shows gas workers could be exposed to dangerous ...
New study shows gas workers could be exposed to dangerous ...

28/8/2014, · New study shows gas workers could be exposed to ,dangerous, levels ... during a hydraulic ,fracturing, operation at an ... exposures of workers who monitor ,flowback fluid, at well sites in ...

Facts About Fracking | Live Science
Facts About Fracking | Live Science

",Flowback, water can be treated, but there are large volumes of it and so dealing with it is expensive, and beyond what many small-town water treatment plants can handle." The fracking boom

why-everybody-should-be-concerned-with-hydraulic ...
why-everybody-should-be-concerned-with-hydraulic ...

In addition to ,dangerous, gases, each well produces vast amounts of toxic fluids, chemicals and naturally occurring radioactive material, liquid hydrocarbons, brine water and heavy metals that contaminate groundwater putting not only humans, but also wildlife at major risks. ,Flowback, is the portion of fracking ,fluid, that floats back to the surface with the oil and gas.

What is 'fracking' and what are the dangers involved ...
What is 'fracking' and what are the dangers involved ...

Hydraulic ,fracturing, is the pumping of ,fluid, into a reservoir to create a fracture that provides a permeable pathway for reservoir fluids to flow more readily to the well. Geometrically, the growth of the hydraulic fracture is more horizontal than vertical, due to stress changes between layers of rock.

'Fracking' and worker safety | December 2014 | Safety ...
'Fracking' and worker safety | December 2014 | Safety ...

23/11/2014, · As fresh oil has flowed, so have new jobs. Hydraulic ,fracturing, – or “fracking,” as it is often referred to – is the process of drilling deep beneath the earth’s surface to crack, or fracture, rock formations to access oil and natural gas deposits. The process is not new, but advancements in technology spurred a recent boom and vaulted the United States to No. 1 status among the ...

Facts About Fracking | Live Science
Facts About Fracking | Live Science

",Flowback, water can be treated, but there are large volumes of it and so dealing with it is expensive, and beyond what many small-town water treatment plants can handle." The fracking boom

Modern Hydraulic Fracturing - Urgent Paper
Modern Hydraulic Fracturing - Urgent Paper

Water in hydraulic ,fracturing, issues as the hydraulic ,fracturing, base ,fluid,. Water is generally referred to as the foundation ,fluid,, or tank, as the central portion of the pumped fluids. The origins of water used in the base liquid rely on local accessibility; differ regionally; and involve groundwater, surface water, recycled wastewater, and ,flow back, or generated water.

New study shows gas workers could be exposed to dangerous ...
New study shows gas workers could be exposed to dangerous ...

28/8/2014, · New study shows gas workers could be exposed to ,dangerous, levels ... during a hydraulic ,fracturing, operation at an ... exposures of workers who monitor ,flowback fluid, at well sites in ...

As Fracking Booms Growing Concerns About ... - Yale E360
As Fracking Booms Growing Concerns About ... - Yale E360

18/2/2014, · According to Betcher, millions of gallons of wastewater used in fracking comes back to the surface in three different forms: ,flowback fluid, returns to the surface for up to a month after the mix of water, sand, and chemicals is forced into porous shale rock; brine continues to come back up after 30 days; and throughout the process drilling debris and fluids are mixed in with the wastewater.

Potential water-related environmental risks of hydraulic ...
Potential water-related environmental risks of hydraulic ...

15/5/2014, · The ,flowback, containing fracking ,fluid,, ... The fracking ,fluid, is the hydraulic medium used for applying pressure to the rock strata inducing ,fracturing,. With the fracking ,fluid,, proppants (such as quartz sand) ... 6 are classified as ,dangerous, to the environment,

The truth about fracking and the environment | The ...
The truth about fracking and the environment | The ...

“,Flowback,” water can contaminate streams and water supplies. The rush into fracking has not kept pace with important environmental safeguards. For example, toxic fracking fluids, including known cancer-causing chemicals like benzene and toluene, are exempt …

Hydraulic fracturing fluids and their environmental impact ...
Hydraulic fracturing fluids and their environmental impact ...

16/2/2017, · Nevertheless, ,hydraulic fracturing, remains environmentally hazardous in terms of eco-toxicity even without reaching groundwater and can be toxic for humans in case of an accident or inappropriate use leading to concentrations above common practice levels. Regarding toxicological aspects, the ,flowback,/waste water is yet more ,dangerous,.

As Fracking Booms Growing Concerns About ... - Yale E360
As Fracking Booms Growing Concerns About ... - Yale E360

18/2/2014, · According to Betcher, millions of gallons of wastewater used in fracking comes back to the surface in three different forms: ,flowback fluid, returns to the surface for up to a month after the mix of water, sand, and chemicals is forced into porous shale rock; brine continues to come back up after 30 days; and throughout the process drilling debris and fluids are mixed in with the wastewater.

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