Course NumberCH-02-502
PDH Hours1
Radioactivity Reduction Technologies for Frac and Produced Water

Radioactivity Reduction Technologies for Frac and Produced Water

Author: Michael Kuznetz

The course provides a summary of the concept of frac and produced water, definition of major alpha radionuclides found in frac and produced water, regulatory discharge and disposal limitations and guidelines concerning major alpha radionuclides, radioactive waste disposal options and wastewater treatment technologies capable of reducing or eliminating dissolved salts and alpha radionuclides in frac and produced water.

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Learning Objectives

This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

    • Concept of frac and produced water (FPW)
    • Radioactivity in FPW
    • FPW alpha radionuclide reduction technologies
    • FPW salinity reduction technologies
    • Regulations addressing radioactivity in FPW
    • Major US oil & gas shales

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