New Trans-Alaska Pipeline Earthquake Monitoring System

A Methodology for Minimizing Seismic and Corrosion Risks to Underground Natural Gas Pipelines

Tanker Rollover and Potential Consequences from Burning Fuels on Arctic Tundra

Directional Drilling in Maine and New Hampshire for the PNGTS/Maritimes 762 mm Natural Gas Pipeline Project

Deja-Vu on the Los Angeles Metro: Facing Old (But New) Challenges All Over Again

Oil in the Soil
An oil well blowout in northern Italy contaminated about 1,500 ha of agricultural land primarily used to cultivate rice. The cleanup team decided to use bioremediation techniques because...

The Development and Use of a Computerized System to Examine Trends in the Components of Produced Water Discharges from Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Platforms

Clean Boating Education Programs of California

Platform Decommissioning: Chevron's Experience with the 4H State Platforms Abandonment Project Santa Barbara Channel, California

Offshore Facility Decommissioning: Issues and Opportunities

Decommissioning of Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities: Contrasts Between Southern California and the Gulf of Mexico and Implications for Ecological Reearch

Some Results of Fish Surveys Around California Offshore Production Platforms

Cooperative Research Efforts as a Tool for Bridging Information Gaps and Resolving Conflicts: The COOGER Study

Redefining the Federal Review Process of High Energy Seismic Exploration for Oil and Gas on Southern California's Outer Continental Shelf: An Example of Federal, State, Local, Industry, and Public Cooperation

Pump-and-Treat Rescue
The pump-and-treat method of remediation has been regarded for years as unsuccessful and untrustworthy. But a recent project in Chicago showed that in conjunction with horizontal wells...

The WELLSIM Model for Analyzing Well Hydrodynamics

Computation of Open Channel Flow Using a Gas-Kinetic Based Scheme

A Risk/Cost Analysis of a Hazardous Waste Site

Soil Vapor Exraction of PCE/TCE Contaminated Soil

Nothing Wasted
Anoxic gas flotation (AGF), a patented system for anaerobic digestion of organic slurry waste, can recover as much as 85% of the phosphorus and 23% of the nitrogen in slurry waste, while...

 

 

 

 

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