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investigation of groundwater contamination due to oil field brines in Portage County, Ohio

Carlos J Serna

investigation of groundwater contamination due to oil field brines in Portage County, Ohio

by Carlos J Serna

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Ohio -- Portage County,
  • Oil field brines

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carlos J. Serna
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 98 leaves :
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14419090M

    (C) Nutrient reduction standards for pretreatment components may be established by the director or board of health when there is a significant risk of nutrient contamination to surface or ground water due to risk factors identified in the site review or other types of water quality assessments, or risk due to proximity to local, state, or. Many of the wells in Ohio are repurposed oil and gas wells that are grandfathered in and exempt from current standards, and government regulators raised concerns about disposal wells contaminating groundwater as far back as the s. At the time, the EPA knew of 23 cases nationwide where drinking water was contaminated by Class II wells.

    Our mission is to provide regulatory guidance, environmental awareness and implement an energy strategy that will bring economic benefits to the Commonwealth while protecting the environment and improving the quality of life for Kentucky businesses, workers and the public in general. Ashland County 1 Astabula County 1 Geauga County 1 Medina County 1 Wayne County 1 WELL SITES IN VARIOUS STAGES: PERMITTED, DRILLING, DRILLED, COMPLETED, PRODUCING, PLUGGED SOURCE: OHIO DEPARTMENT.

    Title: May Ohio Gas & Oil Magazine - Southern Edition, Author: Gannett NEO, Name: May Ohio Gas & Oil Magazine - Southern Edition, Length: 84 pages, Page: 1, Published: map based on county ground-water studies or inferred from. Portage County, Ohio, in relation to deep-well brine injec- Techniques of W ater-Resources Investigations, book 7, chap. C1, p.


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Investigation of groundwater contamination due to oil field brines in Portage County, Ohio by Carlos J Serna Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ensuring the wise management of Ohio's water resources through four program areas: Dam Safety, Floodplain Management, Water Inventory and Planning, and H2Ohio. @article{osti_, title = {Water quality in the vicinity of Mosquito Creek Lake, Trumbull County, Ohio, in relation of the chemistry of locally occurring oil, natural gas, and brine}, author = {Barton, G J and Burruss, R C and Ryder, R T}, abstractNote = {The purpose of this report is to describe current water quality and the chemistry of oil, natural gas, and brine in the Mosquito Creek.

Edwards v. Ohio Dept. of Transp. - Ohio Receive free daily summaries of new opinions from the Supreme Court of Ohio. The Division of Drinking and Ground Waters (DDAGW) rules were promulgated under U.S. EPA's Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).Rules for Ohio public drinking water systems are adopted under Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Sectionand rules for Underground Injection Control, under ORC Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) rules administered by DDAGW are located on this page.

Communities in Southwest Ohio are receiving more than $ million in low-interest rate funding from Ohio EPA to improve wastewater and drinking water infrastructure and make other water quality improvements. The loans were approved between Jan. 1 and J read more. An in- crease in brine disposal well drilling threatened upward movement of these pollutants to fresh groundwater unless all wells tapping the salt sands were permanently and properly cased.

Groundwater contamination due to oil field brines in Morrow and Delaware Counties, Ohio, was reported by Boster in and Lehr’ 33 in Ohio EPA’s Central Office is located in Columbus. Five district offices, located in Bowling Green, Twinsburg, Dayton, Columbus and Logan, manage the Agency's programs at the local find a local contact, refer to the county contact list.

The district offices review permit applications; investigate citizen complaints; investigate and oversee cleanups of spills and releases; monitor. National Liquid Services, Portage County, Ohio, A liquid industrial waste and disposal ccrupany is located en an 11 acre sits in Pcr^ace County, Ohio.

The Mississippian Berea Sandstone is a reservoir for shallow gas in Suffield Township, Portage County, Ohio, in the informally named St. Joseph's Church field. Production of natural gas from the Berea reservoir is from sandstone up to 60 ft (18 m) thick with porosity in the % range.

Init was determined that contamination levels in the shallow ground water of the Kraus property were higher than expected. In Novembera field investigation was conducted to determine the full extent of the volatile organic plume on the Kraus property. Piezometers were installed in May to verify ground water flow directions.

Problems elsewhere in Ohio and other states related to groundwater contamination by septic tanks (leachfield leakage) and by roadway salting (either by halite products or by brine) are commonplace [1,21,42,43,54,55,62,63,].

This circumstance and the use of road-salt brine and oil-and-gas field brine spreading along the county roads and. The new report identifies additional oil field wastewater pits and details how California regulators continue to allow these facilities to degrade groundwater, surface waters, and air quality.

Other oil and gas production states do not permit or allow these type of operations due to the many documented cases of water contamination. At the present time Ohio’s Utica wells are utilizing million gallons of water andgallons of brine per well with an average of barrels of brine produced per barrel of oil.

To date Ohio’s reported producing wells have utilized million gallons of water andgallons of brine. Hydraulic fracturing in the United States began in According to the Department of Energy (DOE), by at least two million oil and gas wells in the US had been hydraulically fractured, and that of new wells being drilled, up to 95% are hydraulically output from these wells makes up 43% of the oil production and 67% of the natural gas production in the United States.

Commissioners in Portage County, which is just west of some of the big Utica shale counties in eastern Ohio, say they’re concerned about nondisclosure. The county has 18 active underground injection wells and eight more permitted. Ohio hosts injection wells, where drillers in the Utica and Marcellus shale plays dispose fracking-related waste.

Jagucki ML, Lesney LL () Ground-water levels and directions of flow in Geauga County, Ohio, Septemberand changes in ground-water levels. Communities in Central Ohio are receiving $ million in low-interest funding from Ohio EPA to improve wastewater and drinking water infrastructure and make other water quality improvements.

The loans were approved between Jan. 1 and J read more. “What we found was evidence that oil and gas wells, not Utica wells, may have leaked materials,” Mr. Dick said. Parts of eastern Ohio, including Portage County where Garrettsville is located, used to be hot spots for traditional drilling activity, which.

Omaha, Iowa Ground water 1s contaminated in a zone feet wide, feet long (truncated by the Missouri River), and 40 feet deep. The bottom of the contaminated zone coincides with the bedrock surface. Beginning inan investigation was made of the extent of possible ground water contamination associated with the Omaha landfill.

Moved Permanently. nginx. Fearing pollution, some local governments are demanding back zoning control over oil and gas - Kathleen Chandler, a County Commissioner in Portage County, Ohio, worries when she sees truck after truck carrying waste into the county.

An estimated million gallons of fracking wastewater will be dumped in the county this year — and there’s. Alkire, R.L.,Oil and gas in Perry County: Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, Report of Investigations No.

10, p. Archer, P.L.,Better fi eld development and reservoir management decisions using new technology and computer simulation: Prepared for U.S.

Depart.Guernsey County 6. Noble County 7. Columbiana County 8. Jefferson County 57 9. Mahoning County 30 Tuscarawas County 20 Washington County 18 Portage County .