If for some reason they just said, you know, we're going to stop this process, eventually the tanks that are on-site are going to get filled up. And then all the drilling pads are going to have to shut down and all of the truck drivers will have to stop.So...this is the part of the process that is the end part of the process. When you shut down the end, you can't even start or continue because you have to have all the pieces of the puzzle to make this thing move. Everything is interconnected.
Preferred Fluids Management LLC: A Quick Primer
Buckeye Brine says it will only bring five jobs to Coshocton and has the capacity to process 4,000 to 5,000 barrels of waste fluids a day, according to the Tribune.
Mobley Family Connection to Chesapeake, Injection Wells, Earthquakes
In May 1997, Mobley Environmental Services, Inc., sold its only operating division, waste management services, to United States Filter Corporation...It also provided oilfield services, including transporting, marketing, storing, and disposing of various liquid materials used or produced as waste throughout the lifecycle of oil and gas wells.
The two injection wells are used to dispose of wastewater from natural gas production. One is owned by Chesapeake Energy, and the other by Clarita Operating. They agreed March 4 to temporarily cease injection operations at the request of the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission.
Big Picture: Chesapeake's Big Plans in the Utica Shale
|Oil Boom Draws Buckeye Brine.pdf||133.27 KB|
|Chesapeake Operations Management.pdf||182.64 KB|
|Chesapeake Energy Mid-Year 2009 FEC Filing.pdf||1.04 MB|
|Preferred Fluids Complaint.pdf||328.68 KB|