AUSTIN, TX–(Marketwired – Feb 8, 2016) – ROKY Oilfield Service Investments (http://rokyosi.com) released a 4-minute video detailing the need for more environmentally friendly oilfield disposal supercenters throughout the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas. These supercenters (designed exclusively by Fortress Environmental Services) are tasked with cleaning and disposing of more than 270 million barrels per month of produced saltwater; a wastewater volume that will continue to increase as oil wells age. In addition, Texas has a large number of mud farms also known as land treatment farms where drilling fluids and refinery waste have been dumped in waste disposal pits in such large quantities that many of these sites are now considered superfund sites.
Please watch this video for more information: http://rokyosi.com/
Some of the largest drilling fluid and refinery waste disposal pits include:
- Baldwin Waste Oil Company
- Ballard Pits
- Brine Service Company
- Brio Refining, Inc.
- Col-Tex Refinery
- Cox Road Dump Site
- Force Road Oil and Vacuum Truck
- Geneva Industries/Fuhrmann Energy
- Gulfco Marine Maintenance
- Hall Street
- Harris Sand Pits
- J.C. Pennco Waste Oil Service
- James Barr Facility
- La Pata Oil Company
- Midland Groundwater Plume
- Click here to see the rest of the list of Texas Superfund Sites
Many of these superfund sites could have been prevented from ever happening and the cost for the clean up could have been completely avoided if more sites like Fortress’ Environmental Oilfield Disposal Supercenters had been built throughout the Eagle Ford Shale.
Recognizing the opportunity to clean and remediate oilfield waste instead of dumping it on open land, the Texas Railroad Commission granted Fortress Environmental Services one of the very first Stationary Treatment Facility (STF) Permits in November 2015. Fortress’ Drilling Mud Remediation Site is now open for business and are accepting all drilling fluids, cuttings and solids and non-hazardous oilfield waste from anywhere in Texas.
While oil prices are currently in a bust, many oil & gas investors are now investing in the wastewater and drilling mud remediation business until the oil industry returns back to a boom economy like it always does. If you would like to learn more about how to clean up the hydraulic fracking industry by making a green investment to help build more environmentally friendly oilfield disposal centers, please learn more at http://rokyosi.com or call (641) 715-3589 and enter passcode: 487970# and Reference #1 for a recorded message discussing the opportunity.
This press release is not intended to be an offer to sell a security nor meant to be considered financial and/or investment advice. The purpose of this page is for general information purposes only. The information contained on this page and in the video (including all potential returns) is not complete and must be read in conjunction with the ROKYOSI Offering Memorandum for the Dimmit County project.
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