Element mobilization from Bakken shales as a function of water chemistry.

@article{Wang2016ElementMF,
  title={Element mobilization from Bakken shales as a function of water chemistry.},
  author={Lin Wang and Scott Burns and Daniel E Giammar and John David Fortner},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2016},
  volume={149},
  pages={
          286-93
        }
}
Waters that return to the surface after injection of a hydraulic fracturing fluid for gas and oil production contain elements, including regulated metals and metalloids, which are mobilized through interactions between the fracturing fluid and the shale formation. The rate and extent of mobilization depends on the geochemistry of the formation and the chemical characteristics of the fracturing fluid. In this work, laboratory scale experiments investigated the influence of water chemistry on… CONTINUE READING

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