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Pressure Catalog Summary Web Page for the continuous monitoring of the Pressure / Temperature data in the Wellington KGS 1-28 Arbuckle formation.

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The continuous pressure monitoring in the lower Arbuckle was set up because a large rate and high volume brine disposal in the area is believed to be responsible for the induced seismicity. "The assumption in the case of the testing in the Arbuckle is that the observed pressure is being transmitted at depth in the basement where faults are critically stressed, requiring a small force to move. To date the vast majority of earthquakes have occurred in the shallow basement." Quarterly Report-19, 2016. Trilobite Testing of Hays Kansas installed the pressure gauge in the Wellington KGS 1-28 at about 5020 feet depth from surface. The instrument is programmed to sample every second with an accuracy of 0.1 psi. About a week of pressure data is sent to KGS as a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file. The file information was saved to the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) ORACLE database.

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Last Updated November 6, 2017, 11:00 (EST)
Created September 25, 2017, 18:41 (EST)
Citation John R. Victorine, Pressure Catalog Summary Web Page for the continuous monitoring of the Pressure / Temperature data in the Wellington KGS 1-28 Arbuckle formation., 2017-09-26, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/continuous-monitoring-of-pressure-temperature-data-in-the-wellington-kgs-1-28-arbuckle-formation
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Poc Email david.cercone@netl.doe.gov
Point Of Contact David Cercone
Program Or Project Small Scale Demonstration Project at Wellington Field - FE-0006821