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NuTech Energy Resources, Inc. ( symbol : NERG )
www.nutechenr.com/
Energy Resources Inc.


Welcome to Nutech Energy Resources, Inc.

Nutech (OTC Markets Symbol; NERG) is a natural gas and oil exploration and development company that has developed a patented technology for the production of coalbed methane (CBM) without the need to pump water. Nutech currently operates wells in the Powder River Basin area of northern Wyoming and has commitments to acquire thousands of additional wells.

Coalbed methane wells typically produce large volumes of water when they are operated according to traditional practice. The water is pumped out of the well, liberating methane gas from the coal seam. The removal of water from wells not only has a cost related to pumping and handling, but disposal of the water creates a separate set of problems as well as costs. These costs cause most CBM wells to become economically unfeasible in a relatively short time period. The result has been the shutting-in or abandonment of thousands of wells throughout the region. Nutech Energy Resources, Inc. is uniquely poised not only to remedy this problem for the industry, but to acquire and profitably operate wells that were previously cost prohibitive.

Nutech (OTC Markets Symbol; NERG) is a natural gas and oil exploration and development company that has developed a patented technology for the production of coalbed methane (CBM) without the need to pump water. Nutech currently operates wells in the Powder River Basin area of northern Wyoming and has commitments to acquire thousands of additional wells.

NuTech Energy Resources, Inc. is a Delaware Corporation that is a vertically integrated natural gas production company. It is currently focus is on acquiring abandoned coalbed methane gas wells in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, and to convert those wells into profitable producing assets. The Company has acquired a patent to use a proprietary technology to produce natural gas without pumping water out of the ground from inside a well. This device reduces overhead from conventional methods of natural gas production by as much as sixty percent (60%).

Coalbed methane wells typically produce large volumes of water when they are operated according to traditional practice. The water is pumped out of the well, liberating methane gas from the coal seam. The removal of water from wells not only has a cost related to pumping and handling, but disposal of the water creates a separate set of problems as well as costs. These costs cause most CBM wells to become economically unfeasible in a relatively short time period. The result has been the shutting-in or abandonment of thousands of wells throughout the region. Nutech Energy Resources, Inc. is uniquely poised not only to remedy this problem for the industry, but to acquire and profitably operate wells that were previously cost prohibitive.

 

 

Coalbed Methane Industry

What Is Coal Bed Methane?

Coal bed methane is a natural gas by-product of coal formation. During coal formation, organic matter is chemically broken down into simple organic compounds. Methane is a by-product of this breakdown.

Coal is very porous but lacks matrix permeability. In other words, water can seep into coal but can’t flow through it. Naturally occurring fractures in coal allow ground water to permeate the coal and provide the means through which the methane is stored in the coal bed. Due to coal’s porous nature, methane gas produced during coal formation is absorbed into the coal bed and held in place by the weight of the surrounding groundwater.

How Is Coal Bed Methane Extracted?

In order to commercially produce coal bed methane, it is necessary to decrease the water pressure within the coal bed. When the pressure is decreased, the methane gas naturally desorbs from the coal and migrates through the coal bed.

This natural phenomenon is the basis for coal bed methane production. In extracting methane from coal beds, a well is drilled down to the coal bed and the sides of the well are then encased in concrete. A water pump is dropped down into the coal bed and the top of the well is sealed with a venting pipe to collect the methane. Large amounts of groundwater are pumped out of the coal bed, causing a corresponding decrease in water pressure. The decreased water pressure allows the methane to escape from the coal and migrate along the coal fractures and up into the well. The methane is then pumped from the well through the venting pipe where it is compressed and sold.

Over the past 2 decades in the Powder River Basin in Northeastern Wyoming and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountain Basins from Central Canada to Mexico there has been a surge of drilling for coal bed methane (CBM) gas. There are literally thousands of wells drilled and in production as well as thousands that will be drilled in the future decades.

INDUSTRY PROBLEMS

One major component of a CBM well is the presence of an aquifer that submerges coal seams. While the presence of water is a major factor in the creation of the methane molecules, typically there are large amounts of water present, and the shear weight of the water creates too much hydro-static pressure, thus preventing methane gas bubbles from traveling up the well bore.

The solution to the pressure problem creates a second problem for producers. Current production methods require wells to be pumped free of water to allow the liberation of the methane gas from the coal seams. Pumping, transfer, and disposal of the water bears a high cost.

CBM aquifers have a high salt absorption rate (SAR) which renders water from the wells harmful to the environment making disposal difficult.

Producers have handled this problem by pumping the water to storage pits for evaporation. This practice is not economically feasible as regulations presently in effect significantly limit this method of water disposal. Proposed legislation would prohibit it completely.

The practice of pumping the water out of CBM the wells creates another problem, it appears to create rapid gas flow at first but it actually KILLS the microbe culture that CREATES the gas – which, of course, begins the industry accepted rapid decline curve in gas production in CBM wells.



 


Downhole Gas Seperation Tool

In Ground Gas & Oil Recovery Tool “IGOR”

METHANE PRODUCTION

Methane is produced by micro-organisms that consume organic matter in the coal that is penetrated by the well bore.

When water is pumped out, the remaining methane is extracted, but, in the absence of water, the bacteria cannot survive so there is no future production. Thus, the rapid production decline begins until the well eventually produces very little to no gas at all.

With Nutech’s patented technology, the methane is captured with no damage to the micro-organisms which will continue to produce the gas indefinitely.

A stable, environmentally friendly method of “harvesting” methane will result in methane becoming a renewable resource.

The principle operation of this invention is a method for separating gas and water within a well bore to produce substantially water free gas.

The remedy to the many industry problems that the tool offers is that no water ever reaches the surface!

Abandoned wells can be placed back into economically viable production with the use of this device

The device has over 14,000 hours of documented, commercial field testing of producing gas without a single drop of water leaving the well bore.

THE DEVICE IS CURRENTLY DEPLOYED AND PRODUCING GAS COMMERCIALLY IN THE POWDER RIVER BASIN OF WYOMING

YOUTUBE VIDEO OF NUTECH IGOR TOOL INSTALLATIONhttps://youtu.be/bjXZEWlJEr8

 


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#11762   Making this post to give life to this tennisbom 05/20/17 10:37:12 PM
#11761   Making this post to give some life into NERG. chewchun94 05/19/17 07:54:20 AM
#11760   This stock surges from time to time. techno53 05/11/17 11:04:52 AM
#11759   You're right. notofthisworld 05/10/17 12:11:27 PM
#11758   My fault for risking it but I can't 1manband 05/09/17 07:36:06 PM
#11757   Moral win? notofthisworld 05/09/17 07:31:36 PM
#11756   i wish the company will get in the bullandbearwinner 05/09/17 05:24:38 PM
#11755   2.3 million shares today....what's going on? notofthisworld 05/09/17 02:49:41 PM
#11754   This is all ancient history. Going forward, techno53 05/01/17 03:45:05 PM
#11753   Thanks for the info. notofthisworld 04/10/17 09:52:56 PM
#11752   Does anybody know what the V after the nutechloser 04/10/17 06:22:38 PM
#11751   Nerg and Eco emissions are one and the nutechloser 04/06/17 11:27:09 AM
#11750   Google may have them mixed up. notofthisworld 04/05/17 08:26:18 PM
#11749   Did anyone here know that when you look notofthisworld 04/05/17 08:21:18 PM
#11748   Not really. Only I've had a lot of initforthemoney 04/05/17 03:14:30 PM
#11747   Maybe... I have no clue. Doing my DD and notofthisworld 04/05/17 02:44:21 PM
#11746   ttlol crossball 04/04/17 03:36:29 PM
#11744   Look for NERG to come back soon. JMHO initforthemoney 03/31/17 07:24:29 PM
#11743   More trading here today.....what's going on? notofthisworld 03/30/17 06:56:49 PM
#11742   Today we had some trading activity for NERG. techno53 03/27/17 05:13:51 PM
#11741   I have seen a few sound companies trading bullandbearwinner 03/25/17 10:40:56 AM
#11740   Is there any news on NERG? techno53 03/20/17 10:39:04 AM
#11739   Perhaps this company (NERG) can get moving on techno53 03/10/17 08:54:56 AM
#11738   honestly I was hoping someone on the board Surmised 03/09/17 08:32:43 PM
#11737   Has anyone written this shell of a human being? notofthisworld 03/09/17 02:52:59 PM
#11736   you are right, assumptions are dangerous (see Drumph)...It crossball 03/08/17 10:26:05 AM
#11735   Wrong about the age, Crossballs. I never techno53 03/08/17 09:21:04 AM
#11734   Kevin Trizna Information Surmised 03/06/17 07:00:49 PM
#11733   sadly..doubtfully. The sewer is unforgiving. crossball 03/06/17 03:24:31 PM
#11732   Sooner or later a class action will be bullandbearwinner 03/06/17 01:50:20 PM
#11731   I am assuming techno53 is your age..by the crossball 03/06/17 12:20:45 PM
#11730   I am sure they would. techno53 02/28/17 12:36:57 PM
#11729   They need something of value for someone to bullandbearwinner 02/24/17 11:47:59 AM
#11728   Could a private company buy our shell if aidytrader 02/23/17 03:12:38 PM
#11727   will they release the "days" that they are crossball 02/20/17 10:52:21 AM
#11726   I would like see Nerg investors use this nutechloser 02/17/17 12:57:03 PM
#11725   Yeah, A couple of years ago this looked nutechloser 02/17/17 10:42:37 AM
#11724   I'm still holding my shares and hoping for initforthemoney 02/17/17 03:57:29 AM
#11723   We are on the same boat then. Wonder how chewchun94 02/17/17 12:19:46 AM
#11722   Would love to see it come back- as dangbro 02/16/17 11:07:52 PM
#11721   Anyone still hoping for a miracle on this company? chewchun94 02/16/17 10:42:30 PM
#11719   This company needs to re-invent themselves. If they nutechloser 02/15/17 09:39:46 AM
#11718   True but not worth spitting out coffee for lol notofthisworld 02/14/17 02:09:31 PM
#11717   Good to see something happening just to keep aidytrader 02/14/17 02:08:25 PM
#11716   25k stocks.....why are people playing with our emotions? notofthisworld 02/14/17 02:07:29 PM
#11715   Hopefully they mistakenly buy another 3.75m shares on aidytrader 02/14/17 01:41:27 PM
#11714   Woah....what's Going on here? notofthisworld 02/14/17 01:33:31 PM
#11713   Looks like a mistake....and someone bought at the Pitman33 02/14/17 01:32:50 PM
#11712   Looks like somebody knows something aidytrader 02/14/17 01:14:04 PM
#11711   This is an excellent point and glad you Inthe203 02/14/17 09:20:03 AM
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