Publicly Available Datasets FracRisk project publicly available dataset downloads and resources Data set Details / Comments Download / Link information Database of physical and chemical properties and thresholds relevant to shale gas data collection effort on the chemical, physical and toxicity properties as well as permitted concentration levels in drinking water of chemicals that are frequently used in the fracking process Hydro-geo-chemo-mechanical facies characterisation of seven main EU shale basins The main features of the EU shale deposits which relate directly to shale gas extraction within the major basins in Europe will be synthesised. Marcellus shale water and air quality data set As a result of several research projects over the last decade an extensive regional air emission data set is available for the Marcellus shale. UK coal bed methane composition (from Dart Energy’s Airth field) Isotopic data obtained from UK Coal Bed Methane (from Dart Energy’s Airth field). UK shale gas composition from Cuadrilla’s Bowland shale operations Isotopic data obtained from UK shale gas (from Cuadrilla’s Bowland shale operations). UK Produced water composition (from Dart Energy’s Airth field) Existing produced water data from UK coal bed methane and shale gas exploration activities to determine how water produced in UK compares and contrasts to comprehensive datasets in the USA, particularly the Marcellus shales. Mine water data sets (literature search) Mine water data from UK activities to determine how water produced in UK compares and contrasts to comprehensive datasets in the USA, particularly the Marcellus shales. USA Produced water data sets from CBM & shale gas A robust data set of baseline information exists for the Marcellus play of the Appalachian basin, makes for a valuable comparison to potential EU shale development. Over 10,000 shale wells are now drilled in this basin, one of only two in the world (both in the U.S.) that offer this level of baseline sampling for both water quality and air emissions. Batch reaction experiments to replicate base line conditions A series of batch reaction experiments using selected UK and European shale samples exposed to brine at reservoir temperature, allowing determination of the composition of produced water which will arise from those formations. This information will be available later in 2018 Batch reaction experiments to replicate produced water A series of batch reaction experiments using selected UK and European shale samples exposed to brine at reservoir temperature, allowing determination of the composition of produced water which will arise from those formations. Hydro mechanical and geometrical data from experimental fracking. Analogue samples of shale from key formations in Europe (UK & Germany) will be fracked in unique poly-axial experimental apparatus The geometry of the frac in relationship to the anisotropic stress field, heterogeneities in the sample and other features will be recorded as well as fluid volumes and pressures. This information will be available later in 2018 Passive seismic data from the UK Seismic noise data from Preese Hall, UK, acquired by and belongs to the BGS. Click here to email a request for the data Published gas production curves We propose here to analyze production data including pressure and gas flow rate versus time measured at the well head. Publicly available gas production curves from the US are available at: http://www.depreportingservices.state.pa.us/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?%2fOil_Gas%2fOil_Gas_Well_Production Publicly available gas production curves from the UK are available at: http://data-ogauthority.opendata.arcgis.com/pages/production This information will be available later in 2018 FEP database A database of features, events and processes as well as hazards, impacts and controls for assisting in the identification of critical combinations of subsurface geology, operational practice of hydraulic fracturing and associated hazard and risk assessment for the natural and human environment. Access and use information The datasets provided through fracrisk.eu have been created by many different agencies. Because of this, we cannot guarantee the quality or timeliness of the data.