Aqueous Services opened its freshwater load out facility with the mission of providing water and water management services to oil and gas companies operating in the Eagle Ford.
The Aqueous facility is unique to the region, specifically designed for maximum efficiency and ease of use.
The Aqueous Services’ load out facility is fully expandable, and was built to facilitate a frac fluid recycling program. Aqueous is focused on promoting environmental sustainability within the industry, and can work with companies to help design a water management program that minimizes the amount of water used in the drilling and hydraulic fracturing process. This is imperative to an area in South Texas that is already facing one of the worst droughts in the State’s history.
Aqueous Services has signed up numerous companies in the Eagle Ford since it first opened. The Aqueous load out facility is strategically located near the cities of Stockdale, Nixon, and Gillette at 2200 CR 458 in Wilson County 78143. Water is provided 24/7 from the Carrizo Aquifer. To learn more, visit Aqueous Services’ website at http://www.aqueousservices.com.
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