Ft. Worth Basin, Texas

Denton County, Ellis County, Erath County, Hood County, Johnson County, Parker County, Tarrant County, and Wise County

Office and Yard: 12310 Cleburne Highway, Cresson, Texas, 76035-3118

Mail: P. O. Box 589, Cresson, Texas, 76035-0589

Office Telephone: 817-396-4840

Fax: 817-396-4636

 

 

 

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Energy Services for E & P Companies Engaged In Oil and Natural Gas Activities

Energy Services Include:

 Fluid Transport:

 Semi-tractors and 130 Bbl capacity water tank trailers for

·          Freshwater collection and delivery for drilling fluids and well stimulation such as ‘slick-water’ or gel fracing.

·          Flow Back waste water collection and disposal from newly stimulated oil and gas wells.

·          Production Water collection and disposal from stabilized producing oil and gas wells; in this particular area our transport drivers have received the proper training to handle production water removal with accurate paper work at the time of service including “Kolor Kut” and measuring the top and bottom gauges of waste water tanks. Additionally drivers can pull “bottoms” when necessary to insure there is no inadvertent removal of any oil or condensate product.

 

Frac Tanks for Fluid Storage:

 500 Bbl / Gas Busters 500 Bbl

·          Tanks set with connections for equalizing tanks.

·          Open top Gas Buster to diffuse any gas during flowback.

 

Disposal Wells:

Barnett Well Services LP is currently negotiating for one or more Disposal Wells (wells for waste water injection and disposal) locations.

Each Disposal Well will potentially have the capability of disposing between 8 to12 thousand Bbls of oil and gas waste water daily. Each Disposal Well site will include a discharge or collection area for the transport trucks to deliver the water. From there, the water will be filtered and treated. The waste water is then disposed down the Disposal Well with the assistance of a high pressure injection pump. The Disposal Well site is permitted and regulated by the Texas Railroad Commission.