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Bakken’s Next Phase: Natural Gas

Star Tribune By Adam Belz Even as it fills the railroads of the Upper Midwest with oil tank cars, the Bakken has allowed its natural gas riches to languish. Less profitable than oil and more difficult to transport, natural gas has been so secondary in North Dakota that drillers still burn off more than a […]

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Wireless remotes for RT System

Wireless Seismic facing patent infringement suit

Fuel Fix by Ryan Holeywell Wireless Seismic, the Sugar Land-based company with investment from energy giants Total and Chesapeake, is facing a federal lawsuit alleging that it’s infringing on a rival firm’s patents. On Tuesday, the company was featured in the Houston Chronicle. A day later, U.S. District Court Judge Keith P. Ellison signed an order […]

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Electrolysis Treats Fracking Produced Water

Electrolysis Treats Fracking Produced Water

TCE Today By Helen Tunicliffe FRACKING shale produces large amounts of saline wastewater, and researchers in the US and Saudi Arabia have discovered that electrolysis could be an economical method to treat it. Water forced down into the shale during the fracking process leaches salts from the rocks it passes through, and this ‘produced water’ […]

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