An Investigation into the Prevention of
  Vertical Capillary Transport of Salt from
            Brine Contamination

Carla...
Introduction
• Brine:
  – Produced water
  – Byproduct of oil production
  – High levels of salt


• Historic disposal occ...
Photo Credited to the USGS
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  1. 1. An Investigation into the Prevention of Vertical Capillary Transport of Salt from Brine Contamination Carla Landrum1, J. Berton Fisher1, Eleanor Jennings2, Shoeb Munshi2, Kerry Sublette2, Bryan Tapp1 and Dan Weber1 1Department of Geoscience; 2 Department of Chemical Engineering Center for Applied Biogeosciences University of Tulsa
  2. 2. Introduction • Brine: – Produced water – Byproduct of oil production – High levels of salt • Historic disposal occurred on surface – Prior to environmental regulations – Multiple, deliberate exposures at location • Historic brine scar resulted
  3. 3. Photo Credited to the USGS

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