Environmental Science Division
Argonne National Laboratory

Observations on a Montana Water Quality Proposal

argonne_comments.pdf 585 KB


Comments from James A. Slutz
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Oil and Natural Gas

To the Secretary, Board of Environmental Review
Montana Department of Environmental Quality

BER_Comments_letter.pdf 308 KB


ALL Consulting

Coalbed Methane Primer:
New Source of Natural Gas–Environmental Implications
Background and Development in the
Rocky Mountain West

CBMPrimerFinal.pdf 18,223 KB


ALL Consulting

Montana Board of Oil & Gas Conservation

Handbook on Best Management Practices
and Mitigation Strategies for Coal Bed Methane in the
Montana Portion of the Powder River Basin
April 2002

CBM.pdf 107,140 KB


ALL Consulting

Montana Board of Oil & Gas Conservation

Coalbed Natural Gas Handbook.
Resources for the preparation and review of project planning elements
and environmental documents.
October 2004

CBMHandbookFinal.pdf 4,687 KB


National Energy Technology Laboratory
University of Pittsburgh
U.S. Geological Survey

Airborne Remote Sensing of Produced Water From Coalbed Natural Gas Development.
Helicopters trace water movement in the Powder River Basin.

CBMPRB04.pdf 86 KB


Society of Petroleum Engineers

Coalbed-Methane Reservoir Simulation: An Evolving Science
(Reprinted with permission)
April 2004

CNGRes.pdf 133 KB


Office of Fossil Energy
U.S. Department of Energy
National Energy Technology Laboratory

Eye on Environment. This edition of Eye on Environment
highlights Coalbed Natural Gas produced water management issues.
Fall 2003, Vol.8, No.2

EyeFall03.pdf 350 KB


Office of Fossil Energy

U.S. Department of Energy
National Energy Technology Laboratory
Stratgetic Center for Natural Gas and Oil

Multi-Seam Well Completion Technology: Implications for Powder River Basin
Coalbed Methane Production
September 2003

Multi-SeamWellCompTech.pdf 2,198 KB


Office of Fossil Energy

U.S. Department of Energy
National Energy Technology Laboratory
Stratgetic Center for Natural Gas and Oil

Powder River Basin Coalbed Methane Development and
Produced Water Management Study
November 2002

PowderRiverBasin.pdf 7,522 KB


Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission
ALL Consulting 
in conjuction with
Montana State Board of Oil and Gas Conservation
Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Oklahoma Corporation Commission
Kansas Corporation Commission

A Guide to Practical Management of Produced Water from Onshore
Oil and Gas Operations in the United States
October 2006

PWGuideFinal-HiRes.pdf 19,408 KB

CompiledSiteVisits.pdf 9,496 KB

Sec5-8PWGuideFinal-LowRes.pdf 4,567 KB

Title-Sec4PWGuideFinal-LowRes.pdf 6,667 KB


Argonne National Laboratory

Regulatory Issues Affecting Management of Produced Water From
Coal Bed Methane Wells
February 2002

RegulatoryIssues.pdf 256 KB

 


Sandia National Laboratories

Technical Review of Proposed Changes in Montana Water Quality Standards for
Coalbed Natural Gas Produced Water
January 2006

sandia_report.pdf 633 KB


Sandia National Laboratories
New Mexico Bureau Of Geology And Mineral Resources
New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station
New Mexico Tech Petroleum Recovery Research Center

Managing Coal Bed Methane Produced Water for Beneficial Uses, Initially Using The
San Juan and Raton Basins as a Model. (An iterum progress report.)

SanJuanandRatonBasin.pdf 155 KB


Argonne National Laboratory

A White Paper Describing Produced Water from Production of Crude Oil, Natural Gas,
and Coalbed Methane
January 2004

white_paper-final.pdf 400 KB

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