Environmental Impacts of Synthetic Based Drilling Fluids

@inproceedings{Neff2000EnvironmentalIO,
  title={Environmental Impacts of Synthetic Based Drilling Fluids},
  author={Jerry M. Neff and S. M. Mckelvie and Robert C. Ayers},
  year={2000}
}
This report covers the observed environmental impacts of synthetic based drilling fluids (SBF) that are used in deepwater oil drilling. It is found that SBF tends to accumulate in the sediment which tends to exhibit low toxicity and effects the living organisms in various ways. 

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