Our monitoring solutions for downhole gas wells will be used to solve several safety problems in the gas industry such as aquifer monitoring, and production problems such as locating the source of gas within the shale. Overall we are geared toward helping gas producers maximize well production while being environmentally conscious.
No disrespect meant for North Texas environmental activists who oppose Barnett Shale natural gas drilling and the hydraulic fracturing that comes with it, but people with similar views in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale are strong enough to have been given a name: "fractivists."
HydroConfidence is developing gas well monitoring innovations that will change the future of fracking and shale gas production. Our products cover various aspects of Downhole Monitoring including Aquifer Monitoring, Shale Gas Safety, Hydraulic Fracturing & Shale Gas Efficiency.
Chemicals found in a Wyoming town's drinking water likely are associated with hydraulic fracturing, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday, raising the stakes in a debate over a drilling technique that has created a boom in natural-gas production.
The Department of Environmental Protection this week alerted companies involved in unconventional natural gas development across Pennsylvania that they must submit to the agency data on their facilities' air emissions for 2011.
Today, December 12th, 2011 HydroConfidence is holding its 3rd workshop at the CTC facility in downtown Pittsburgh. Our goal with this workshop is to address two problems faced by Shale Gas producers: Electricity and Flow Measurement. As a company we continue our overall objective to advance the development of the downhole monitoring and electricity generation product.
Hydraulic fracturing is a commonly used and accepted process to extract natural gas and its products from the earth. The process is widely used in the Eagle Ford Shale, here in South Texas, and in shales across the county such as the Marcellus, Haynesville and Barnett Shales.