Coal Bed Methane Co-produced Water Treatment

Research conducted by CERI aims to increase clean burning coal bed methane (CBM) production in the Rocky Mountain region by turning co-produced water from a production-limiting liability to a valuable resource for drinking and irrigation. A variety of innovative treatments, volume reduction, and storage techniques are being developed. Research into CO2 sequestration in CBM fields represents a powerful tool in the battle against global warming while also enhancing natural gas production. CBM resources could be extended by biogenic regeneration if the appropriate research is conducted.

Publications
Coalbed Methane Co-produced Water Project Progress Report 5/28/2007
Coalbed Methane Co-produced Water Project Progress Report 10/28/2006
Coalbed Methane Co-produced Water Project Progress Report 5/25/2006
Coalbed Methane Co-produced Water Project Progress Report 10/28/2005

Presentations
Coalbed Methane Co-Produced Water Project Overview
Annotations for Coalbed Methane Presentation

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