I thought this up.
how long does it take to drill a section of pipe?
how long does it take to screw in a new section of pipe? and then start drilling
you could base a time frame, example only!!!!
90 foot section of pipe, takes 1 hour to drill, 20 min to clamp in and start redrilling..
so that gives you 1 hour 20 min between drill to drill. start ups
Same thing for pumping
how long to empty out a tanker of fluids and pump?
how long to change out tankers?
5,000 gallons=1 hour+20 min to change tanker. etc.
so If there was a shock effect. from the either the drills restarting, or the pumps injecting.
would a siesmo pick up those shocks?
and what would be the amplification effects on those on the surounding strata?
sorry if i think to much lol. Just have cabin fever bad. Too much snow for to long.
then with that you could factor in lunch breaks, shift changes, breakdowns. with all of those factors i think one could be able to show in a siesmo if
there was a affect somehow.
A few local people could either watch or have family members to come up with a work scedule, when and where the drilling/pumping, at any given time
was taking place. It would have to involve a few people to make a log of activity at the wells.
this is what made me think it up. Its monday and all of the little lines fall in nice neat rows lol.
edit on 21-2-2011 by Fritzthecat because: forgot the link