Good research Ginger. Make sense to put water back in which would have probably been treated. I'm thinking it's not too difficult to filter sea water it doesn't need to be potable desalination. I don't think T&T are using the oil fields for potable water. But we're leave it to the experts (rrl). Gla
axebob I'd have thought that if the T&T govt allowed sea water to be pumped into the water table Range, as their areas have sea borders, would have done so. LGO to their Guderon field would have to pump it quite a distance and all of it over Range's area.
A bit of research - Sea water can be used but requires quite fine filtering to prevent suspended solids and plankton/ algae from blocking up the pores in the rock at the injection point. Better to re-inject recovered water, as it is already contaminated with hydrocarbons, and top up with 'clean' water from aquifers.
You obviously have an issue with facts, I didn't sell 1 million shares on the sly I moved 775000 shares to a flexible SIPP account from a capped SIPP account within HL (to do that you have to sell and buy back), which cost me about £250. I also added another 250,000 shares to bring my holding up to 3 million, What is not clear to you about that? You are so desperate to try and discredit my views on Range that you distort the facts. Luckily most people can see through your nonsense.
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