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Message Subject Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand.
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Hope this might answer some questions You can find it on Wikapedia under CO2..
Oil recovery

Carbon dioxide is used in enhanced oil recovery where it is injected into or adjacent to producing oil wells, usually under supercritical conditions. This kind of production may increase original oil recovery by 7 per cent to 23 per cent further from primary extraction.[26] It acts as both a pressurizing agent and, when dissolved into the underground crude oil, significantly reduces its viscosity, enabling the oil to flow more rapidly through the earth to the removal well.[27] In mature oil fields, extensive pipe networks are used to carry the carbon dioxide to the injection points.

Coal bed methane recovery

In enhanced coal bed methane recovery, carbon dioxide is pumped into the coal seam to displace methane

Now if this area is interconnected due to fracking, and they are pumping this at 9000'.. What would be your conclusion.. Funny they started pumping in August..
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