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declared that it has secured the underwriting required to introduce an integrated geological and geophysical program in a roughly 1,100 square mile area of the Austin Chalk, an Upper Cretaceous geologic formation that extends from the Rio Grande eastward through southeast Texas, central Louisiana, and southern Mississippi.
Between 100,000 and 150,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year beginning in 2011 would be captured for permanent underground storage in a deep saline geologic formation, Southern said.
Transform has launched deployment of these analytic databases with leading operators working unconventional plays in Texas and North Dakota; augmenting engineering data with reported or interpreted geologic formation tops, used to map major formation thicknesses and depths.
Deep in the earth, from eastern Ohio through West Virginia, Pennsylvania and upstate New York, lies the Marcellus Shale, a nearly 400-million-year-old geologic formation harboring vast quantities of natural gas.
The geologic formation in the area provides for the only cavern storage in the mid-Atlantic market area.
Underground gas storage involves the transfer of gas from producing fields to a depleted reservoir or other geologic formation developed for this purpose.
Since 1996, Statoil and its partners have been pumping natural gas out of a geologic formation called the Sleipner field.
Excavation of the skull occurred between 1995 and 1997 at a site bordering a geologic formation in Eritrea known as the Danakil Depression.
After a field visit and analysis earlier this month, Rob Dickinson, President of OGA proposed a solution for the remaining engineering issues that were present at the well site and also introduced the company to a well pump specialist with particular expertise in this region of the country and geologic formation.
Carbon capture and storage refers to a suite of technologies in which carbon dioxide is captured at industrial sources, compressed and transported to a suitable location, and then injected into a deep geologic formation for permanent storage.
About 3,000 tons of CO2 were successfully injected in an underground geologic formation.
and we need to increase awareness of the value of this incredible geologic formation.
The controversy concerns an area known as Gona, which lies next to the Hadar geologic formation.
The blocks, whose widths range up to 30 centimeters, come from a geologic formation in Montana that has yielded numerous bones of the duck-billed dinosaur Maiasaura.
The study provides estimates of proved, probable and possible total gas reserves in place in the Sui Main Limestone geologic formation and estimates of the proved, probable and possible ultimate recoverable gas reserves from the formation.