Gradiant Energy Services contracted for 70K barrels per day produced water treatment capacity in Delaware Basin

March 3, 2018
GES will use reusable clean brine technology to tackle both water sourcing and disposal challenges.
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DENVER, CO, MARCH 3, 2018 -- Gradiant Energy Services (GES), an oilfield services company that specializes in industrial water solutions, today announced a water treatment facility contract with a major operator in the Delaware Basin. GES will utilize Selective Chemical Extraction (SCE), its reusable clean brine technology, to tackle both water sourcing and disposal challenges by turning produced water into a valuable resource for its E&P client.

Beginning in February 2018, Gradiant Energy Services is now responsible for the treatment, recycling, and quality assurance testing of up to 70,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) of produced water. All water will be treated to stringent effluent specification and system reliability criteria. GES will also design, construct, and operate seven mobile treatment facilities with the capacity to deliver treated water through the customer’s infrastructure network. This project is an expansion of ongoing work, initially launched in 2017. Read more at San Antonio Express-News

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