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Coal Seam Gas Waste – Part 1
Reverse osmosis is used to treat coal seam gas waste. This short doc illustrates how one company in Queensland uses RO to treat their waste before dumping it in the Condamine River near Chinchilla. In this clip QGC admit that as yet they have no solution to deal with their tens of thousands of tons of toxic salts waste ie brine.
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Stop coal seam gas, National Day of Action 2011.
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Greens want to protect farmers from miners
Federal Greens MP Larissa Waters discusses how the party wants to introduce a bill to the Senate that would force mining companies to seek the permission of landholders before they could look for or extract extract coal seam gas.
Sydney Drinking Water Supply at Risk From Coal Seam Gas
Channel 9 News, Tuesday 11 October 2011: Kevin Wilde reporting A report on coal seam gas exploration plans in Sydney drinking water catchments around Warragamba and Waronora Dams in Sydney South and South West.
Coal Seam Gas Pond Toxic water storage leaking and overflowing
Dobie's Bight rd (mis-spelled as Blight in newspaper) I'm not an expert, I don't know exactly what's in the ponds, I don't know how they are meant to be maintained. What I can say is it looks like a mess, there's salt everywhere, the grass is dead where the liner is broken and where it overflowed into the gully, then into a wetland during the last rain. What's it going to be like when there are thousands of these things, spaced 750m apart, giant lakes of toxic water, all with torn liners and overflowing into the rivers? Someone needs to clean this up and be shamed of themselves. Update; So two days later they have cleaned this up after me making a complaint, I happened to visit it again while they where there. They just filled it in, covered it all with dirt without removing the water. So I'm not sure how effective that was. Like I said I don't know what was in these ponds, produced water, drilling fluid, rainwater, whatever it was at some point chemicals or toxic water were probably stored in those ponds and even if they pumped it out and what I'm looking at is rainwater, you'd think they'd also remove the contaminated plastic liner when they pumped it out? Instead, now they let it flush out for months and have just buried it. The nearby creek runs into he Richmond River. Update: The local paper did a story on this and the gas company CEO denies it was a environmental hazard. I don't know, make your own minds up but I think it's needs further investigation, ie: water samples. See the newspaper article here: http://bit.ly/kUL7Zh
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Gas Rush: How Adequate Are Drilling Regulations? Part III
Gas Rush: How Adequate Are Drilling Regulations? Part III
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"Coal Seam Gas Hell" Evaporation Pond Brine Leak - QGC Chinchilla Queenland Australia
A disaster in the making - here we have a glaring example of the fact that no thought was given to the consequences of all the produced brine and water that is associated with the coal seam gas industry as it dewaters and depressurises aquifers in order to access the gas. Between 2015 and Feb 2016 a leak (or leaks) occurred in the liner of one of QGC's toxic Concentrated Brine Evaporation Ponds at their reverse osmosis plant near Chinchilla. This potentially disastrous leak was not reported to the Government until many months later in late April 2016. These huge toxic ponds not only sit on top Gilgai country (melon hole country) but they were also built on top of Strategic Agricultural Land, and are surrounded by many waterways including Nine Mile and Wieambilla Creeks. These creeks feed into the impacted (and bubbling) Condamine River. These creeks are the veins of the region. The [leaking] Orana 3 Evaporation Pond holds 1040 million litres of concentrated brine. This brine contains high levels of heavy metals, salts and silica. To date, the industry has no means for disposal of the brine. Worryingly, the unconventional gas industry is in it's infancy in Queensland, with no solution for the disposal of or ability to process the many millions and millions of tonnes of salts and brine that it is producing. This is an ill thought out, ecodisaster in the making. Between February and late April the 1040 million litres of concentrated brine disappeared from the leaking pond, it couldn't have been pumped into the adjoining brine ponds as they were full. This beggars the question.... Where did QGC put this huge amount of salt/brine? Where did 1040 million litres of toxic brine and salts disappear to? These ponds are a ticking time bomb. They literally hold the blood of the land beneath them. They hold the blood of the land that should remain in the ground to sustain the natural order... our rivers, our farmers bores and our creeks and springs. Their contents are hazardous to our land and aquatic systems. John Jenkyn and his family live 3km downwind from these toxic white elephants. Multinationals are plundering dewatering and depressurising aquifers for short term gain. At what cost to our nation. At what cost to the long-term future of Australia? Our country deserves far better than this. What will we leave our children? Wake Up Australia. Footage by Max Phillips Soundtrack by Ben Sound Royalty Free Music
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Light Your Water On Fire from Gas Drilling, Fracking
A video by Scott Cannon DEP consent order proving methane migration: http://imgur.com/OWUXAYN http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL062539BFB8A2B2D4&feature=view_all Please read this before saying methane migration doesn't exist. It's a proven fact: http://thetimes-tribune.com/news/sunday-times-review-of-dep-drilling-records-reveals-water-damage-murky-testing-methods-1.1491547 The Promised Land in real life. Matt Damon John Krasinski People can light their taps on fire because of gas drilling. This is one of those cases. In fact, one of the companies that produced Truthland, Chesapeake Energy, was responsible for this mess. A snippet from the Marcellus Shale Reality Tour video Sherry Vargson gave the group a tour of her farm in Granville Township, where Chesapeake Energy has drilled one well and installed compressor and metering stations and a gathering pipeline. She said her water became contaminated with methane after maintenance activities at the site in June 2010, and lit water from her tap alight for a trip attendees and the media. The little bus wound its way over green mountains, alongside undeveloped stretches of the meandering Susquehanna River and through some of Pennsylvania's most pristine wilderness. The man inside with the microphone, the Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition's Scott Cannon, said there's trouble in paradise as he pointed out the changes Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling has brought to Pennsylvania's Northern Tier. Here was a drilling rig, there a water withdrawal site and every so often yet another pipeline was laid out in preparation for burial. The sights were part of the coalition's "Marcellus Shale Reality Tour," held Sunday for area legislators, municipal representatives and candidates for political office. "We still have to deal with pipelines, compressor stations; they wanted to put a frack water treatment facility in Hanover Township -- that was an hour away from the nearest drill site," Cannon said. About 15 people attended the tour, including candidate for U.S. representative Bill Vinsko, Wilkes-Barre Administrative Coordinator Drew McLaughlin and Luzerne County Council candidates Kathleen Dobash, Salvatore Licata, Eileen Sorokas and Michelle Bednar. "It's all about information," Sorokas said. "You can't beat going firsthand and seeing it. I've heard so many things about it; I want to clarify it in my mind." "It's important to learn about all sides of this important issue," said Vinsko, a Democrat who plans to a 2012 challenge to Republican Lou Barletta in Pennsylvania's 11th Congressional District. "In order to make informed decisions, I wanted to hear from the landowners on both sides of the issue. I also plan to meet with the gas companies to get all sides of the story, but this is an important first step." At least one trip participant had already made up his mind about the issue. Throop Borough Council President Tommy Lukasewicz said he has been fighting against the efforts of Keystone Sanitary Landfill to increase its daily intake by 2,500 tons, which would allow it to accept more solid waste from the gas drilling industry. "I agree more than anyone here probably that this is the worst thing that could happen to Northeastern Pennsylvania," he said, adding that he believes gas drilling could reverse the progress the area has made in erasing the scars left 50 years ago by coal mining. Lukasewicz, who attended Mansfield University and often drove through Bradford County to get there, said he "wanted to see firsthand what an area (he) had known about looks like now." Hearing on Fracking Wastewater Well in Sioux County, NE (clip)
Dart Energy CBM Pilot Cluster, Gas Distribution & Water Treatment Facility
The animation shows a proposed CBM pilot well development situated in Dart Energy's PEDL 133 licence in Scotland. The animation is for illustration of techniques that will be used in a wider development planned for the area.
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Thar Synthetic Natural Gas: "Converting Coal to Methane"
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Sydney's water quality
Ever wondered why Sydney water tastes so good? This video explains the journey of filtration that your drinking water takes from the dam to your tap.
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Stimulation of Coalbed Methane by Borehole Mining
Coalbed Methane stimulation by water-jet under-reaming of production wells from 12" to 14FT at 1km below the surface.
Australia: Addicted to Coal - ARTE Documentary
Australia is split between supporting renewable energies and defending its position as the world’s largest coal exporter. The controversial construction of a major new coal mine comes as the Great Barrier Reef is at grave risk from climate change. Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVogAsASqbceBmQMi1WA39g You can also find us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ARTE.tv Twitter: https://twitter.com/ARTEen
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Syngineering Projects   CSG
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Arrow Energy. See some of our untold stories
Arrow Energy television commercial. See some of our untold stories
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Standing in unity with the Gamilaraay against Santos in the Pilliga
On Sunday January 17 2016, representatives of the Gamilaraay (Gamilaroi, Gomeroi) peoples of North Western New South Wales, along with over 100 supporters, occupied the construction site of the Leewood Facility near Narrabri which, if completed, will treat wastewater from Santos's coal seam gas mining activities in the Pilliga Forest. The Pilliga is a recharge zone for the Great Artesian Basin, a natural wonder which is an important source of fresh water covering one fifth of the Australian continent, the largest of its kind in the world. Santos's gas mining activities (including fracking) are putting this irreplaceable natural resource at risk. They plan to put 850 coal seam gas wells in this environmentally delicate and sensitive area. First Nations sovereign peoples, farmers, scientists and concerned citizens from all over Australia have united to put a stop to this reckless environmental vandalism that our corrupt political processes have allowed to proceed. Check out these facebook groups for more info & to get involved: Stop coal seam gas in the Pilliga: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117313438349153/?ref=ts&fref=ts Pilliga Push Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1633945210200948/?fref=ts
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The first ATEX EXPROOF certified BULLDRILL BDU400EX underground drilling rig manufactured in Turkey has been operating in Amasra Bartın Coal Mine. Safe and efficient operations are our priority.
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Voices from the Gaslands - Bob's story - CSG in Australia
Across southern Queensland farmers tell a consistent story of bullying and intimidation by the coal seam gas (CSG) companies eager to get access to prime agricultural land. The invasion has taken place at an alarming rate and left a legacy of stress and landholders who fear for the future of their farms, their water supplies and their families from fracking and unconventional gas extraction..
Gas mining invasion NSW: drilling rig convoy arrives at Doubtful Creek from Glenugie
'Five years ago the Coal Seam Gas came to my small QLD town. I was instantly blinded by the benefits that such development would bring. It didn't take long before I could see again, things didn't quite end up the way I had hoped. Forget the bag of gold they offer, once you look closer it's fools gold! 'Our roads became a death trap, the numbers of cars can only be described as an invasion, and soon after the social impacts were there for everybody to see, local people moved from their homes and moved to the show grounds, some in caravans some in tents, most just left town. 'The drill rigs, compressor stations, pipe lines, lay down yards, processing and reverse osmosis plants arrived, accompanied by camps that held thousands of workers. We lost our town and way of life. We didn't know better, but now we do. 'My nightmare has now become your problem, gas wells are being drilled around the Pilliga scrub, most will think "it's not my problem", unfortunately it is. Once the industry gets a foothold you're done for, CSG is like an cancer, it spreads and you don't have a say in it. From thereon in you're just a passenger. If there were ever a time to stand it is now. 'The best thing about your situation is you're not alone, you have people traveling even 7 hours to help you, however, I must warn you that people will only come if they see that the locals are willing to step outside their comfort zone, and want help. It's your problem and you must lead the charge. We have the experience and we're willing to share it with you. 'This weekend people will be traveling to the Pilliga scrub to fight back I am asking you to join us for a non-violent direct action to stop the drilling. Life as you know it is now over, you now have to make a decision. The choice is yours. Are you going to stop this industry in it's tracks? Or are you going to have the never ending stress that comes with living in or around a gas field? Are you prepared to spend years dealing with land access agreements? Or do you want to farm? You and only you can answer that question. CSG is now part of your new life, if you choose to stand by and let go without a fight. 'You can get details from our facebook page "CSG Rescue NSW" (https://www.facebook.com/stopcsg.tara?fref=ts) or contact your local groups. The time is now, and from my personal experience; if you don't stand and fight you will regret it...... 'Kind regards, Dayne Pratzky (26 November 2013)' See also: Stop Coal Seam Gas in the Pilliga! https://www.facebook.com/groups/117313438349153 The footage is from Doubtful Creek, Northern Rivers NSW, in February 2013, where massive community opposition to plans to establish gasfields in the region caused expensive delays resulting in the gas mining company (Metgasco) ceasing operations in March 2013. The quiet and stillness of the beautiful country around Doubtful Creek is shattered by the arrival of the AJ Lucas drilling rig and convoy of associated vehicles. The narrow gravel roads & tiny wooden bridges were never intended to handle these kind of loads. The neighbouring farmers never imagined they would have to contend with this direct assault on their very way of life. The attempt to industrialise the Northern Rivers is bound to fail due to the determination of local communities to protect their land, water and air.
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Dr Simon Smart discusses his research on water treatment in the Coal Seam Gas industry
Dr Simon Smart from The University of Queensland discusses water treatment in the Coal Seam Gas industry. Simon's project will produce ceramic membranes to reduce waste and improve water recovery for regional water security.
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First Northern Rivers CSG arrest; Metgasco CEO drinks wastewater while protester wins in court
Some context: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umHQbFA5mfM Local TV news reports, from 20 June and 18 July 2012. Before dawn on 20 June 2012 I locked myself to a bulldozer that was in the process of moving earth for the construction of a coal seam gas (CSG) wastewater evaporation pond, despite a NSW state government policy against the use of such ponds. After refusing to disengage I was cut loose and arrested. I am proud to have been able to represent my community's opposition to coal seam gas mining in this way. In a poll held along with local council elections in September 2012 a whopping 87% of respondents voted 'no' to CSG mining in our area. Meanwhile, at exactly the same time as my court hearing, Peter Henderson, the CEO of Metgasco (the gas mining company which built the evaporation pond, and which had recently been fined for illegally dumping CSG wastewater into the local sewerage treatment facility) tried to deflect media attention from my case by staging a publicity stunt in which he actually drank a small glass of CSG wastewater. The noise in the back of his throat after sipping the wee dram says it all. Interestingly, a few months earlier psychologist Dr Wayne Somerville had published a document for use by anti-CSG groups called 'A Guide to Metgasco's Propaganda' (http://www.creeksbend.com/A%20Guide%20to%20Metgasco%27s%20Propaganda.pdf) in which he says 'It would be great PR if a Metgasco executive would drink a glass of the produced water to demonstrate its safety'. Obviously Metgasco thought this excellent advice, although the stunt backfired because a) the water was scooped from the surface of the pond after recent heavy rains, so it was heavily diluted; b) drinking a small glass from one pond didn't prove anything because not all CSG wastewater is of identical quality (would he drink wastewater from a well that had been fracked?); and c) the reactionary nature of the stunt (prompted by my court appearance) made the head of the company appear desperate and reckless. If you rely on advertising from the gas industry for information you'd be forgiven for thinking that their activities are benign and safe. Delve a little more deeply below the surface and you find very disturbing information about the adverse impacts on land, water, air, and on the health of humans and animals. Fortunately people everywhere are waking up to the reality that this industry is madness and must be stopped. The TV news didn't air the soundbite I had prepared for the media, which was that 'I am just one of thousands of people who are determined to see that there is no future for the coal seam gas industry in the Northern Rivers'. I knew this to be literally true, as I was among the 7,000 who marched against CSG in Lismore in May 2012 (a remarkable turnout for a city of around 30,000 people). I was delighted to be presented with a 'hero' beanie by Jenny Leunig of the Knitting Nannas Against Gas after charges against me were dismissed by the Magistrate at Casino Local Court You can see the uncut video of the post-court media interview here: http://www.northernstar.com.au/news/court-clears-csg-protester/1457853/ For more info or to get involved visit http://www.csgfreenorthernrivers.org/ UPDATE, March 2013: On 13 March 2013 Metgasco announced that it was suspending all coal seam gas mining activity in the Northern Rivers. They could not withstand the might of a people united to protect their air, land & water. The war against coal seam gas mining continues, but we in the Northern Rivers are celebrating a great victory. We are now CSG free. UPDATE, October 2013: Last month a disastrous federal election result (attributable in part to interference with our democracy via biased media reporting) brought the Liberal/National coalition to power. Within a short time the new federal resources minister was talking about making the development of the coal seam gas industry in NSW a priority of the new government. Metgasco has taken this 'change in the regulatory environment' as their cue to announce that they intend to recommence their drilling program. This is in spite of the fact that all candidates for the federal seat of Page (in which Metgasco operates), including the successful National Party candidate, campaigned as being opposed to the development of a CSG industry in the Northern Rivers. This is because all candidates knew that the overwhelming majority are passionately opposed to it. People in distant places seem to think they can make decisions that will damage our beautiful region and the health of our children for profit. They have no idea what they are up against. The battle to save our precious water, air and earth continues. The united communities of the Northern Rivers are up for the fight. We simply have too much to lose.
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Top 10 Largest Coal Producing Countries in The World
Top 10 Largest Coal Producing Countries in The World 10. UKRAINE This Eastern European State, has coal reserves located in the Donets Basin.95% of the country’s energy is mainly because of coal. It has abundant deposits of lignite but mining was stalled in 1990’s.Due to conflicts in the country there has been a decline in the coking coal production and power from coal, There is a 30% fall in the production of coal from the Donets Basin. 9. COLOMBIA Colombia is the largest producer of coal in South America and also has the largest reserves in that region .Mining for coal has increased in the past few years and production has seen an 80% increase since 1999. 8. KAZAKHSTAN This trans-continental country of Central Asia has 44.6 billion tonnes of coal which accounts to 3.8% of the world’s coal. The largest coal producer is Bogatyr Coal that operates the largest 4.5 billion tons open-pit coal mine in the world in Ekibastuz in the northeastern region of Kazakhstan. 7. SOUTH AFRICA The use of coal in South Africa dates back to the Iron Age and currently this country comes seventh in the global coal production. It produces about 260 million tons of coal and is the sixth largest coal exporter having traded about 74 million tons in 2012. 6. RUSSIA Being the largest country of the world Russia comes in sixth regarding worldwide coal production. It has produced an estimate of 354.8 million tons of coal in 2012 of which 80% was steam coal and the rest coking coal. 5. INDIONESIA Located in South-east Asia, Indonesia is the fifth in world’s coal production and produces about 386 million tons of coal. In 2011 Indonesia overtook Australia in the coal production and again the roles have been reversed. About 44% of the country’s energy is produced by coal. 4. AUSTRALIA Being in head on competition with Indonesia, Australia has acquired the fourth position in the world’s coal production. Producing 413 million tons in 2013.About 90% of the coal produced is exported and has about 76.4 billion reserves . 3. INDIA India produces about 605 million tons of coal and also consumes about 8% of the world’s coal making it the third largest consumer and producer as well. It exports a total of 160 million tons making it the third largest exporter. 2. THE UNITED STATES The United States produces over 13% of the world’s coal and generates 922 Million tons of coal in the 2012-2013 period. It consumes about 11% of the world’s coal and is the second in the world’s coal consumer list .37% of the country’s electricity is dependent on coal. 1. CHINA From the past three decades China holds the position of the top coal producing countries in the world. Producing nearly 3.7 billion tons in 2013, which is 47% of the world’s coal. The country also consumes more than half of it’s production. It has an estimate of 114,5 coal reserves making it the third largest in the world.80% of the country’s power is generated by coal. Source - http://www.trendingtopmost.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Wheels by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ► F A C E B O O K - https://www.facebook.com/worltop10/?ref=hl ►T W I T T E R - https://twitter.com/WorlTop10 ►B L O G S P O R T - https://worltopp10.blogspot.com ►P I N T E R E S T - https://in.pinterest.com/WorlTop10 ►G O O G L E+ - https://plus.google.com/b/108508608158059871397/+WorlTop10U ►I N S T A G R A M -https://www.instagram.com/worltop10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I, Sk Atar Ali hereby declare that all Images use to make this video is from Google Search www.google.com. I use Google Advanced Search to collect those images, usage rights: "free to use, share or modify, even commercially" section. Background Sound of this video I collect from YouTube Audio Library which is free to use. Thank you.
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core drilling at depth of 177 meter for sherari coal by ELCON in FATA.mp4
ELCON The Engineers F.R.Peshawar. core drilling of 200 meters boreholes successfully completed in coal deposit in Sherani area of F.R.D.I.KHAN FATA
CSG and water supply
Our search for coal seam gas is unlocking another significant resource - new supplies of water. The water we extract from coal seams is salty but once it's treated, it's ready for a wide range of uses. http://www.csganswers.com.au
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Lake Peigneur Salt Mine drilling accident
A devastating mining accident at Lake Peigneur Salt Mine. Watch how this disaster progressed from an innocent task to a major catastrophe.
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Dr Karl gives his view on CSG
Point 1. One major problem with CSG in Australia is that it can pollute the acquirers and yet Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth. Point 2. We don’t need CSG. If you look at the Zero Carbon Australia report coming out of the university of Melbourne we can get all of our electricity, including base load, from just 2 of the 15 renewables and set up and running within 10 years and will average out over 30 years at one third of the price of burning coal. CSG is a blind pathway, will leave us with a stranded asset, will damage the environment and will leave us economically worse off than if we tried to develop new technology that we could sell to the rest of the world See Frackman and judge for yourself; www.frackmanthemovie.com More about the Zero Carbon Australia Karl mentions; http://ow.ly/JNIWc
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Workers Killed While Servicing Tires
Tires can explode with devastating force. This incident investigation slide show profiles three serious tire accidents.
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CSG and Water
Watch as Darren learns about ground water and Australia Pacific LNG's management of water when it comes up to the surface from the coal seams. Discover more about Australia Pacific LNG's sustainable water practices: http://www.aplng.com.au/home/sustainable-water-practices
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ConocoPhillips WA Australia Onshore Gas
It takes a lot of energy to power our daily lives. And Western Australia's onshore gas resources have the potential to transform the states natural energy industry. That opportunity is Natural Gas. Find out more about the process and the development of Natural Gas in Australia. Please visit www.conocophillips.com.au to find out more.
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Lock the gate
Kerry, Scenic Rim blockade of coal seam gas drilling
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Rescue Operation Continues at Flooded Mine in north China
Rescuers finished drilling a well to pump water out of a flooded coal mine in Jincheng City of north China's Shanxi Province on Monday morning, and are working on another to deliver aid supplies to the trapped workers. Rescuers drilled a borehole in a platform installed above the mine early Monday morning and lowered a pump into the chute toward the flood water 173 meters below. By 10:00, the pump was operational and water was being pumped out of the mine at a rate of 50 cubic meters per hour. A more powerful pump is being brought to the site and will be installed later if everything proceeds according to plan. Under the mine, five drain pumps are also operating. As of noon on Monday, rescuers are still drilling the well that will be used to deliver aid supplies to the trapped workers. The well is expected to be completed in the afternoon. The flood occurred at 22:53 Saturday when 94 people were working in the shaft. Eighty-two workers managed to escape the mine immediately after the flood, eight have been confirmed alive inside the mine, and four are still missing. Rescuers on the ground managed to call to the eight trapped people for the third time on Monday morning. The miners said they are in good condition and confirmed that there was no further leakage underground. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160704/8025922.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Help The Ute Tribe Put Methane In Its Place In Colorado | Cool Effect
Colorado is home to an abundance of coal. When coal emerges from the ground and creates a seam, methane escapes into our atmosphere. While conventional methods are unable to capture this leakage, the Southern Ute tribe found a genius solution. Though they don’t mine any of the coal on their land, they did team up with scientists to use a system of wells to naturally capture the methane and funnel it to existing gas pipelines. Learn more and take action with the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Methane Capture Project: https://www.cooleffect.org/content/project/southern-ute-indian-tribe-methane-capture How Does The Project Help Save The Planet? Each year, this project reduces up to 27,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. That’s the equivalent of 1,588 average Americans emitting no greenhouse gases (not even by breathing) for a whole year. Amazing, right? Benefits Of The Project: - Currently, the tribe is not profiting from this project, but continues to manage it because it supports their values - Uses natural methods (wells) to transport the gas to existing pipelines - Provides jobs and income for members of the Southern Ute Indian tribe - Decreases local demand for natural gas Challenges The Project Faces: - Reductions can vary annually due to natural conditions - Methane is highly flammable and can cause sudden fires - Project needs consistent funding to maintain infrastructure - Seepage can be exacerbated by coal-bed methane drilling in other areas Why Did Cool Effect Choose This Project? Global emissions from coal mining are huge and so are the detrimental effects of mining coal on the environment, especially climate change due to methane emissions. Several methodologies have been approved by the United Nations to mitigate the effects of methane emissions from mining coal, but almost all the projects that used these methodologies have closed due to the methodological complexities and uncertainties associated with the quantity and quality of methane gas from coal seams. This project is one of the few very successful projects that started by devising a new methodology and has gone through a painstakingly long process of approval. The project is a pilot initiative that is a model for many thousands of similar coal mining operations across the world. About Cool Effect Earth is our home, our planet. It belongs to each and every one of us, and we share a desire to protect it. Cool Effect gives each of us a chance to take a step toward that goal by supporting projects around the world that reduce carbon pollution. Starting with you and me, we can create a massive, cumulative effect toward cooling the earth. Together, our small actions will ignite planet-sized change. Like Cool Effect on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cooleffect2/ Follow Cool Effect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cool_effect Follow Cool Effect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cooleffect_/ What makes us different? Cool Effect is dedicated to finding the highest-quality projects in the world that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our projects are scientifically proven to reduce carbon, are 100% additional, and provide full transparency in pricing and product detail. When you support one of our projects, you will see clearly how your funding will be used and how it will impact the project and the planet. What does it take to become a Cool Effect project? There are over 10,000 projects around the world working to reduce global warming. To find the top projects, we are working with scientists who have had years of experience in the field evaluating and verifying projects according to United Nations requirements. They conduct an initial review to verify the substantive public documentation each project must submit to meet its certification standard (Gold Standard Foundation, Verified Carbon Standard, Climate Action Reserve, etc.). Then they conduct additional due diligence to verify that the issued credits could not have been produced without income from the sale of carbon and ensure full pricing, financial transparency, and sound management. We make site visits whenever possible or hire others to visit the projects for us. Our goal is to gather and then provide as much background as possible to consumers to communicate both the opportunities and the challenges for each project.
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EOGEPL redefines unconventional energy sector in India
Essar Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Ltd. (EOGEPL) is redefining the unconventional energy sector in India. With 2,700 sq km of acreage and 18.5 TCF of unconvetional gas resource, EOGEPL is India's largest unconventional E & P player and is poised to grow. We take you to EOGEPL's Raniganj site, where the team explains how they have made a mark by becoming the leading producers of Coal Bed Methane in India.
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Drilling rig hits methane pocket
While drilling for a geothermal heating & cooling system in Dundee, a drilling rig owned by Moravec Wells & Geothermal hit an underground pocket of methane and sparked a fire Oct. 15, 2018. The Dundee Fire Department responded with assistance from Yates Office of Emergency Management and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Q&A Questions
Video question to QandA, panel members and audience: Renewable energy is being rolled out across the globe while we are going backwards. Our current leaders continuing to subsidise dirty energy with our taxes to the tune of $4 Billion every year in the form of direct spending and tax breaks. The people of Australia NEED that money spent on creating jobs, teaching skills, and funding a clean energy future. I’d like to know what the hold up is? and for your viewers I’d like to ask… What would you prefer near your home? A uranium mine and some Coal Seam Gas wells, or a wind turbine and some solar panels?
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Industrial Water Treatment Movie - Chinese
The IDE Industrial Water Treatment Solutions for SAGD and Coal Seam Gas. http://www.ide-tech.com/
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Do NOT Drink Tap Water Again Until You Watch This!!
Electrolysing Water (Tap vs Reverse Osmosis Filtered) This Electrolysis process using an electrolyser, electrifies the water which results in a separation of the previously Total Dissolved Solids. The unpleasant looking results you witness are these solutions becoming undissolved. The comparison made in this video is normal tap water and Reverse Osmosis filtered water. Reverse Osmosis filtration process undergoes a 5 or even 6 stages of filtration and filters water better than most systems available on the market.
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IDE Water Treatment Solutions movie
The IDE Industrial Water Treatment Solutions for SAGD and Coal Seam Gas. http://www.ide-tech.com/
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IDE Water Treatment Solutions movie
The IDE Industrial Water Treatment Solutions for SAGD and Coal Seam Gas
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My Sydney Water drinking water story with  Azam Muhammed from Pakistan
We filter every drop of our drinking water using advanced technology to ensure it meets the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines - which are some of the strictest in the world. However, if you've arrived from a country where clean drinking water was not always available how do you adjust to having the best drinking water in the world right there at your kitchen tap? Watch Azam Muhammed share his Sydney Water story.
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Gay Marriage in Australia - Opinions for & against. (Part 1 of 2)
Gay marriage has been a hot topic in Australia for some time now. This programme takes an in depth look at the notion of 'equality in marriage'. In Part 1 the lives of three same-sex couples, who would get married if only they could, are examined. In Part 2 six prominent Australians are invited to a special dinner to explore arguments for & against this controversial subject.
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Underground Coal Mining
A view from the drivers seat going into a mine where they use the room & pillar mining technique and another clip showing the longwall mining operation.
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Bitch Tits (Coal Miner diss) - The Ishraphillia
Some kid wanted beef, he can have it extra-rare with some gravy on the side. Watch me rip apart Coal Miner to his core then reassemble him backwards with no dignity. The Ishraphillia does not accept honorable mentions. Talk shit get hit basically. Like, comment, and SUBSCRIBE!! #Bitch Tits
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Nitro Drilling
No Voice Over at the moment... TBA
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Raw video: Underground fire burning in Clairton
Sky 4 video shows a large amount of smoke rising above Worthington Avenue in Clairton, where a fire is burning about 50-70 feet below the ground. Subscribe to WTAE on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyOjP Get more Pittsburgh news: http://www.wtae.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wtae4 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WTAE Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wtae
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GlenErin, Rylstone, NSW Jan 2016
“GlenErin” is that special property of 106 acres. You are greeted by an impressive stone homestead sitting on a protected clearing with established gardens and outbuildings revealing attention to detail and stunning views of the Capertee Valley and Wollemi escarpment in every direction. Situated on Glen Alice Rd, only 3 hours from Sydney and 20 minutes from Rylstone/Kandos, with sealed road and school bus to the front gate, yet in a peaceful and beautiful world of its own. The Homestead: -- Immaculately presented entertainers’ home featuring large living room, 3 queen-size bedrooms, office or 4th bedroom and wide wrap-around verandahs. -- Huge country kitchen featuring two sink zones and European appliances. Slate and quality wool carpet throughout. New bathroom with separate powder room. -- Reverse-cycle ducted air-conditioning, slow combustion Nectre heater and solar hot water. Satellite TV and NBN Broadband. The Cottage: -- Close to the homestead is a charming self-contained brick cottage with kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom featuring spectacular views from every window as well as the large timber deck. Reverse-cycle air-conditioning and additional Satellite TV. The Studio: -- Further accommodation is available in the stunning stone studio with mezzanine loft with reverse-cycle air-conditioning and additional external toilet. The rest: -- Large stone barn with stables, currently used for vehicle accommodation. Huge fully lockable machinery shed with second office or additional bedroom/studio. -- Five tanks carrying 140,000 litres of water ensure more than ample fresh water and registered bore plus three dams for further secure water supply. -- Fully-equipped cattle yards with ramp and crush included, fences in good condition. -- 15 paddocks watered via reticulated trough system from the bore. -- A rustic six stand woolshed in fair condition stands in a picturesque private location on the property and could convert into great tourist accommodation. With amazing and abundant bird-life, breathtaking views across the open grazing land and potential for B&B income, “GlenErin” is a stand-out lifestyle property that must be inspected to be fully appreciated. To make an appointment, call Lyn Richardson - 040 209 1486 Canyon Country Estates
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Drilling with pdc drill bit
A versa drill v2000 drill is drilling a 400' geothermal well with a 6 " pdc drill bit in a gray sandstone formation in western Pa.
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