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What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!
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[quote:Justalittlebad:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg3MDA3XzE2M0E5RDdE] [quote:asparien:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg2OTQ2X0IyM0MzNDA1] From my training and experience with sub-surface oil and gas deposits, these symptoms seem legit. In my mind could be caused by two things, neither good: 1- Crustal movement compressing the deposit temporarily until stress is relieved by pressure breakthrough into a new pocket or escape to atmosphere. 2-[b] Massive artificial intervention in the deposit resulting in a temporary increase in pressure over the entire field [/b](would require enormous amounts of energy) Any geologists care to comment? Asp [/quote] Like Ocean Water? GOM? [/quote]
I work for a mobile instrumentation company In Beaumont Texas. We service instruments that communicate wirelessly in several different fields and industries. This weekend we received over 140 Calls for instrumentation checks and calibration, All of which were natural gas wells. Is anyone seeing anything like this in other areas?
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