Jump to Main Content
A study on the oil-based drilling cutting pyrolysis residue resource utilization by the exploration and development of shale gas
- Wang, Chao-qiang, Jin, Ji-zhong, Lin, Xiao-yan, Xiong, De-ming, Mei, Xu-dong
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2017 v.24 no.21 pp. 17816-17828
- bricks, cement, construction materials, cutting, drilling, energy conservation, environmental protection, industry, pyrolysis, shale, society
- Based on the requirement of national energy conservation and environmental protection, attention has been given to building an environment-friendly and resource-saving society. Shale gas oil-based drilling cutting pyrolysis residues (ODPRs) have been used as the main research object to developing new technology which can convert the residues into a harmless and recyclable material. Using the test data of ODPR, we analyze the development prospect in the building material industry and provide a scheme to utilize this particular solid-waste efficiently. Theoretically speaking, the ODPR resource utilization such as admixture of cement, making sintered brick, and non-fired brick, by the exploration and development of Fuling shale gas is feasible.