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Aquifers in the United States: Part 3

June 1, 2016 admin 0

Arthur & Orum Well Drilling Inc. drills a 600-foot well with 17.4-inch plastic well casing in January 2016 for Nunes Dairy in Tulare County, California, using a GEFCO JED-A reverse circulation rig. The well was […]

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Working Safely Around Electricity

June 1, 2016 admin 0

Overhead lines, underground utilities—even faulty hand tools—put your life at risk on the job. By Jennifer Strawn Roger Renner, MGWC, is lucky to be alive. The mast of Renner’s rig came in contact with an […]

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Angled Wells

April 1, 2016 admin 0

Using horizontal technology to get hard-to-reach water. By Lana Straub The oilfield may come to mind when you think of angled wells. Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have been the mainstay of the most recent […]

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Aquifers in the United States – Part 1

April 1, 2016 admin 0

Part one of three: Floridan aquifer system By Mike Price It is overwhelming to think groundwater makes up an estimated 99% of all freshwater in the world. Yet groundwater is “out of sight, out of […]