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Posters ERE2.1

ERE2.1

Environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing: Measurements, monitoring, mitigation and management
Convener: Andrea Vieth-Hillebrand  | Co-Conveners: Jan ter Heege , Alexander Garcia-Aristizabal , Fred Worrall 
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room M1
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X4

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 11 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X4
Chairperson: Andrea Vieth-Hillebrand, Alexander Garcia-Aristizabal, Fred Worrall
X4.198 EGU2018-4619
A Stakeholder Engagement Tool Including Geological Interpretation, Numerical Modelling and Risk Assessment and to Reduce the Environmental Footprint of Shale Gas Development (FracRisk) (withdrawn)
Christopher McDermott and the FracRisk Project Team

X4.199
EGU2018-437
The optimisation of technically recoverable reserves from shale gas production: optimum lateral length and well pad size as constrained by surface and subsurface carrying capacity
Sarah Clancy, Fred Worrall, Richard Davies, and Jon Gluyas

X4.200
EGU2018-4446
Establishing effective sentinels - Setting the baseline for shale gas
Fred Worrall and Richard Davies

X4.201
EGU2018-18972
Shale gas environmental impacts: Lessons learned from U.S. practices and recommendations for measuring, monitoring, mitigating and managing impacts in Europe
Jan ter Heege, Andrea Vieth-Hillebrand, and M4ShaleGas Team

X4.202
EGU2018-4625
Geochemical composition of flowback and produced water
Andrea Vieth-Hillebrand, Franziska Wilke, Mareike Noah, Yaling Zhu, Olga Lipinska, and Monika Konieczynska

X4.203 EGU2018-3051
Characterising chemical signatures of water associated with unconventional operations in the U.K. (withdrawn)
Camille Peers de Nieuwburgh, Dominik Weiss, and Mark Sephton

X4.205
EGU2018-676
Assessing the risks to groundwater contamination from hydraulic fracturing in the UK: A probabilistic modelling approach
Olivia Milton-Thompson, Akbar Javadi, and Zoran Kapelan

X4.206
EGU2018-8205
Hybrid physical and stochastic modelling to assess the water pollution risk associated to unconventional hydrocarbon exploitation
Alexander Garcia-Aristizabal and Paolo Capuano

X4.207
EGU2018-466
Basin compartmentalisation: interpretation and importance in the long-term migration of hydraulic fracturing fluids
Miles Wilson, Fred Worrall, Richard Davies, and Alwyn Hart

X4.208
EGU2018-253
The long-term response of geological setting to hydraulic fracturing in the presence of a leaky well
Reza Taherdangkoo, Alexandru Tatomir, Tega Anighoro, and Martin Sauter

X4.209
EGU2018-16106
A FEM approach to investigate hydraulic fracturing fluid transport within faulted geological reservoirs
Robert Taylor Jr, Alexandru Tatomir, and Martin Sauter

X4.210
EGU2018-11541
Investigation of potential impact of hydraulic fracturing fluid and methane leakage at regional-scale
Alexandru Bogdan A.C. Tatomir, Christopher McDermott, and Martin Sauter

X4.211
EGU2018-8599
Soil gas flux measurements as part of environmental baseline assessment
Frédéric Gal, Eric Proust, Pauline Humez, Bernhard Mayer, Eric Gaucher, and Wolfram Kloppmann

X4.212
EGU2018-19042
Suggested Best Practice for seismic monitoring and characterization of non-conventional reservoirs
Marco Bohnhoff, Peter Malin, Jan ter Heege, Jean-Pierre Deflandre, Charles Sicking, and Bita Najdahmadi

X4.213
EGU2018-7619
Analysis of impact of the shale gas exploration and exploitation activities on the quality of ambient air – case study of Wysin, Poland
Janusz Jarosławski and Izabela Pawlak

X4.214
EGU2018-3984
Influence of climate change and hydroclimate variability on the impact of coal resource development on runoff
David Post, Francis Chiew, Guobin Fu, Yongqiang Zhang, Biao Wang, and Neil Viney