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The drilling-fluid program should address environmental issues concerned with the discharge of drilling fluid, products, and removed solids. Personnel managing the solids-separation equipment must be very familiar with this part of the drilling-fluid program and have a good understanding of governmental regulations and operator requirements. Many drilling operations have strategies in place for drilling-fluid recovery and will have established some general guidelines for the disposal of materials classified as waste. However, situations can arise that present the engineer managing the solids-control equipment with the issue of whether to discard or recycle some types of waste and how to do it. If disposal costs are not a factor, then all waste can be disposed of and treated, if necessary, onsite or sent to a processor offsite. However, if it is possible to recycle some of the products to the mud system, it may prove economical to do so Hollier et al . Table 2.4 contains some general...
Selecting a drill rig with an adequate fluid capacity is a key factor for supporting the production rate and avoiding stuck drill-pipe conditions. It is also important to properly match the fluid mixing and cleaning equipment with the drill-rig fluid capacity. If the mixing and cleaning equipment is undersized, the drill rig cannot reach optimum production rates because the drilled solids cannot be pumped out of the bore hole and cleaned as fast as the drill is capable of advancing. Likewise, a smaller drill rig can be used for rock drilling with a down-hole motor if an auxiliary pump and recycling system is used to enhance the fluid handling capability.
Each level of the food chain contributes waste products, and every organism that is not eaten eventually dies. In recycling this organic material, an important role is played by a diversity of bacteria. The two principal types are those that live in aerobic (oxygenated) environments and derive their energy by oxidizing organic matter and those that live in anaerobic (reducing) environments by taking the oxygen from dissolved sulfates and organic fatty acids to produce sulfides (such as hydrogen sulfide) and hydrocarbons. Although aerobic decay liberates certain hydrocarbons that some small organisms accumulate within their bodies, the anaerobics are more important in the formation of oil.
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