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Assessment and Analysis of Coal Seam Gas Water Management Study for Water Resource Production -1. Water Production

물 자원 생산을 위한 Coal Seam Gas Water Management Study의 평가 및 분석 -1. 용수 생산

  • Shin, Choon-Hwan (Department of Energy & Environmental Engineering, Dongseo University)
  • 신춘환 (동서대학교 에너지환경공학과)
  • Received : 2014.06.18
  • Accepted : 2014.07.15
  • Published : 2014.08.29

Abstract

Coal seam gas (CSG) production involves extracting methane from coal seams with ground water which is so called a primary by-product of this process, and is often rich in salts and other constituents. The predicted large volume and variable quality of this water make water management a topic associated with CSG production. In the past, the amount of this water used to be pumped into the vacant aquifer, or into the river during the life of individual production wells. Australian government make a strategies for management and beneficial use of the water. From this point of view, a detailed assessment has not been undertaken, it is necessary for water resource production to analysis the "Coal Seam Gas Water (CSG Water) Management Policy Study" published in Queensland, Australia.

Keywords

CSG water management policy;Water resource;Water quality;Assessment and analysis

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 동서대학교

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