New landfill infrastructure

Petro Waste Environmental LP is starting construction on its Deep Six and Big Lake landfills in the Permian Basin with its joint venture partner Trinity Environmental Services.

The Deep Six landfill will be adjacent to Trinity’s Deep Six saltwater disposal facility on a 212-acre tract in Reeves County, Texas, 10 miles south of the city of Pecos.

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Source: Petro Waste

Another landfill waste disposal facility in the Permian, the Big Lake facility in Reagan County, is wholly owned by Petro. The Big Lake facility will be located on a 245-acre tract on Hwy 137, approximately 12 miles north of Big Lake, at the Stiles turnoff.

Funds from Tailwater Capital

Funding for the Big Lake facility and Petro’s share of the Deep Six landfill facility is being provided by the company’s equity sponsor, Tailwater Capital.

Two Permian landfills have already opened in 2017

Petro currently has two landfills open, the Orla and Howard County landfills were opened in April and September 2017.

The facilities accept production and completion fluids, including gel fluids from well-fracturing completions, flow-back water, and pit water. Oil-based and water-based mud, cuttings, and contaminated soils are also accepted as waste.

“These are two very strategic locations for our company, giving us a foothold in the Southern Delaware Basin, as well as in the Southern Midland Basin,” said Petro Waste Founder and CEO George Wommack. “PWE already operates a Northern Delaware Basin landfill in Orla and a Northern Midland Basin facility in Howard County, and now we have all four corners of the most active play in the U.S. covered.”

Once the new facilities are open—both are targeted for 2018—Petro Waste will have more landfills in operation in the Permian Basin than any other oil and gas waste disposal company.

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Source: Petro Waste

Who are the other Permian players?

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Source: Trinity Environmental Services

Trinity Environmental Services mainly operates salt water disposal facilities in the Permian Basin. The company’s Spraberry Fresh Water Station is located near Midland, Texas. The company operates two E&P waste disposal sites (not pictured), with one in the Eagle Ford Shale at Benavides, Texas and an additional site east of Houston.

Waste Disposal is Growing Need in the Permian Basin

Source: Trinity Environmental Services

R360 Environmental Solutions is another company that operates three E&P disposal facilities in the Permian Basin. The Halfway facility is in Hobbs, New Mexico, and the other two are in Texas, located in Orla and Stanton.

Sundance Services, Inc. operates a full-service oilfield waste disposal facility in New Mexico. Located on the border, the Parabo Disposal Facility has been operating since 1978. The facility is permitted by the New Mexico State Oil Conservation Division.

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Source: Sundance Services


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