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´╗┐Coal Bed Methane Product Water Management and Disposal Economics in the Rocky Mountain Region Jim Bauder and Krista Pearson, Montana State University Source: Boysen et al., 2002 File CBM ECON RMRl.ppt

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CBM Produced Water in the Rocky Mountain Region More than 3 billion barrels of delivered water in 2000 Wyoming = 1,901,087,161 (63% of aggregate created water) New Mexico = 593,053,102 Colorado = 250,986,180 Utah = 145,213,852 Montana = 113,365,939 *Based on 2000 Production Data, 42 gallons/bbl

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CBM Production in the Powder River Basin Table 1. Gas and Water Production Volumes for the Powder River Basin (2000 Production Data) (After Boysen et al., 2002)

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CBM Production in the San Juan Basin Table 2. Gas and Water Production Volumes for the San Juan Basin (2000 Production Data) (After Boysen et al., 2002)

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CBM Production in the Raton Basin Table 3. Gas and Water Production Volumes for the Raton Basin (2000 Production Data) (After Boysen et al., 2002)

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CBM Product Water Disposal Costs Conservative transfer costs = $0.01 - $0.04/bbl High range transfer costs = $2.00/bbl Injection costs = $0.20/bbl *Estimates of transfer expenses depend on an overview led by BC Technologies, Ltd (Laramie, Wyoming) of oil and gas tenants in the Powder River, San Jaun, Raton and Greater Green River Basin.

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For more data: Montana State University Water Quality and Irrigation Water Management Web Site: Coal Bed Methane Available at: http://waterquality.montana.edu/docs/methane.shtml Strategic Produced Water Management and Disposal Economics in the Rocky Mountain Region Available at: http://www.gwpc.org/Meetings/PW2002/Papers/Deidre_B_Boysen_PWC2002.pdf

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