Critical Elements in Produced Fluids from Nevada and Utah

Abstract
Critical elements and related analytical data for produced fluids from geothermal fields in Nevada and Utah, Sevier thermal belt hot springs, Utah, and Uinta basin oil-gas wells, Utah are reported. Analytical results include pH, major species, trace elements, transition metals, other metals, metalloids and REEs. Gas samples were collected and analyzed from Beowawe, Dixie Valley, Roosevelt Hot Springs, and Thermo. Helium gases and helium isotopes were analyzed on samples collected at Patua, San Emido and two wells in the Uinta basin.
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DOE Project Name: Western USA Assessment of High Value Materials in Geothermal Fluids and Produced Fluids
DOE Project Number: EE0007604
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1452708
Last Updated: a year ago
Jul
2017
Data from July, 2017
Submitted Jul 28, 2017

Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah

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Stuart Simmons
Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah

Keywords

geothermal, energy, critical elements, produced fluids, Nevada, Utah, coproduced resource, oil and gas, REE, metals, metalloids, Patua, San Emido, Uinta basin, geochemistry, brine

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