Tag Archives: water

The Unique Water Challenge

Across North America, in various shale plays, natural gas development faces criticism and questions regarding the volume of water used to hydraulically fracture a well. While volume varies, it is estimated that, on average, 3-6 million gallons of water are used to frac a well. On average, across the Marcellus … Continue Reading →

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Feeling Taxed? A High Regulatory Standard

Today marks Tax Day, the deadline date for filing income taxes in the United States. While today belongs to Uncle Sam, it is a reminder of the regulatory standard to which we are all held accountable. It inevitably poses the question: “Are you feeling taxed?” That standard that is the … Continue Reading →

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New Pad Construction: Improving Operations in NEPA

In efforts to improve safety and efficiency across the Marcellus and Utica Plays, our Tank Team has made significant progress on new pad construction in Dimock, Pennsylvania. The newly constructed pad will be home to two one-million gallon tanks to help manage fresh and produced water before and after hydraulic … Continue Reading →

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Fracturing Facts

The work we do at Comtech has one common denominator: water. In order to frac a well successfully, the energy industry requires the use of (on average) 4 million gallons of water. Our focus on safe water reuse technology is what allows us to make the most of the world’s … Continue Reading →

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