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Re-use water

Started this discussion. Last reply by bpm Nov 30, 2015. 4 Replies

Can anyone here give me some insight on the use of re-use water in north LA?  Specifically talking about re-using either flow back or produced water as frac water.Any thoughts?Continue

Navistar and Nat Gas

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Navistar has made a big announcement today regarding using Nat Gas powered trucks. Here's the link- …Continue

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bpm replied to bpm's discussion Re-use water
"That's a good observation.  And your right, you would have to have a separate line for fresh and re-use.  Also, it would seem that poly is the way to go, since it can be reused.  I would also think the truck count would be much…"
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dbob replied to bpm's discussion Re-use water
"I obviously oversimplified it - Basically, you don't want/can't really have 200 produced water trucks show up at the frac site each day and you don't really want to pipe it through 10" steel or aluminum irrigation pipe.  So…"
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bpm replied to bpm's discussion Re-use water
"I thought that might come into play.  "Cheap disposal" in not a spoken term here in AR..."
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dbob replied to bpm's discussion Re-use water
"Disposal is too cheap and re-use is too expensive.   "
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Re-use water

Can anyone here give me some insight on the use of re-use water in north LA?  Specifically talking about re-using either flow back or produced water as frac water.Any thoughts?See More
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"I think it's insane as well.  But I do have bills to pay, so I hope some of the insanity keeps coming..."
Nov 29, 2015

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