Advantages

RECLAIM. REMOVE. REUSE.

Operators are navigating many regulatory and water issues as they attempt to uncover this critical solution. With the quantity of water necessary in fracturing, producers are met with a daunting challenge to source enough water to maintain the operation as well as manage the flowback and produced water. Disposal facilities are limited and costly. To further the challenge, truck transportation is now in the environmental spotlight and E&P companies are looking for ways to reduce wear and tear on our roads along with gas emissions.

Water Rescue Services provides the solution to the most pressing water and environmental issues associated with hydraulic fracturing operations. Our advanced technology enables operators to reuse water, be environmentally compliant and reduce costs.

RECLAIM: Save cost by using less water and minimizing disposal expenses

  • Proven cost savings over current water management. Recycling price per barrel has been competitive with the cost of disposal and fresh water purchase.
  • Reduction in transportation or hauling costs. Process averages 95 percent efficiency, meaning for every 100 trucks needed for disposal prior to recycling, only five are required after.

REMOVE: Efficiently eliminate impurities and restores water

  • Electrocoagulation kills bacteria, removes heavy metals, reduces hardness
  • 24’ trailer can treat up to 600 gpm (20 kbpd)
  • 32’ trailer can treat up to 1,200 gpm (40 kbpd)
  • Mobile for onsite treatment or fixed facility for centralized treatment making it suitable for any drilling location
  • Tested and refined in Permian, Eagle Ford and Barnett Basins

REUSE: Save cost by using less water and minimizing disposal expenses

  • Proven cost savings over current water management. Cleanup price per barrel has been competitive with the cost of disposal.
  • Reduction in transportation or hauling costs. Process averages 95 percent efficiency, meaning for every 100 trucks needed for disposal, only five are required.
  • Reduction in water costs by recycling