Gradiant Energy Services (“GES”), a provider of integrated water management solutions to the energy industry, announced today that its mobile wastewater evaporation technology, Carrier Gas Concentration (CGC™), has been deployed as a proven evaporative disposal method for oil and gas operators. CGC is GES’ fourth technology and associated service line created to address the oil and gas industry behind SCETM (Selective Chemical Extraction), CGETM (Carrier Gas Extraction) and FRDTM (Free Radical Disinfection).
“Our CGC technology provides a solution that is financially and logistically feasible for E&P operators facing disposal challenges,” said Danny Jimenez, Chief Executive Officer of Gradiant Energy Services. “An operator with E&P operations in the Marcellus shale formation recently saved approximately $6/bbl on trucking and disposal costs using CGC to provide onsite flowback and produced water disposal through evaporation.”
GES’ Director of Technology Application and Sales Kushal Seth presented a case history at the 7th Annual Cost-Effective Produced Water Management Marcellus & Utica 2017 conference on March 29. The presentation provided an overview of the benefits of utilizing CGC as a produced water disposal option.