This comprehensive 300 page meta-study identifies and qualifies certain risks and complexities associated with current Oil and Gas operational reliance on Class II Salt Water Injection and Disposal wells for the safe and reliable disposal of produced water, fracwater, and oilfield liquid wastes.
April 2018 – Full initial Release (Comprehensive Texas, Oklahoma, and Primary Report Components (400+ pages)
Q3 2018 – Remaining State Coverage (Louisiana, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota, Ohio, etc.)
Operators and Leaseholders
Service Companies, Midstream Companies
Private Equity And Venture Capital
A reference document for Oil and Gas Operators, Oilfield Service and Midstream Companies, and Investors wishing to stay ahead of disposal risks and opportunities, including well, formation, formation depth, and county-level analysis.
In what regions and formations are potential risks observed based on overall formation health and ability to manage disposed volumes?
In which regions am I subject to the greatest threat of operations continuity in the event of a market upswing?
Which specific regions may be at higher risk for induced seismic events, and why?
What regulations impacting SWD Disposal Injection well planning, permitting, drilling and completion, operating, or reporting have been enacted, or are under consideration to be enacted in my primary regions of operation?
What are potential risks associated with litigation, and what are examples of cases currently being brought to market?
What investment opportunities may arise as a result of dynamics brought about by disposal well operational constraints?