Premier Tank Truck Service, LLC runs a 24/7 oil field service company operation specializing in hauling:
o Produced saltwater
o Welled and purchased freshwater for well fracing
o Various drilling muds for oil and gas well drilling
o Frac Tank Rental / Storage Capability
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hopefully we will know soon once the appropriate authorities are contacted.
During rig moves and some other activities it is common to water the roads, with fresh water, to cut down on dust. Don't know any details on this, but it does look like he is using a spreader bar.
Stay back and slow down. The mineral are the dominant estate in Texas so either change the 150 year old law or live with it.
Yeah, well you must work for EOG and as Sinclair Upton said, "It's hard to get a man to understand something when his paycheck depends on it."
I've seen a lot of people like you change their tune when it's their turn to serve their children a glass of contaminated water. In fact, I even know one who works/worked for EOG. He decided water was more important then money.
Interesting that you seem to be supporting illegal dumping. Nice ethics there.
look i haul salt water for texas tank trucks in texas the law says that salt water cant hite the ground so fresh water can but ppl cry when we go down a dirt road and dust goes everywhere do u want dust or a wet road some county in the state or tx say that the water comp has to put water doin to keep the dust down and yes i get saltwater out of EOG's tank batterys u can always get more water from somewere and the salt water goes into a well deep in the ground to were it can get out
If this was produced saltwater, then it would leave a tell tale sign of salt residue.
Like the one poster stated this is obvious dust control.
I worked for this company and know that the drivers are paid to deliver produced water and get paid by the hour, not ticket time.
It would be easy to check out because every load whether fresh, heavy brine, or produced water is justified at origin and at delivery.
Even fresh water is to be signed by oil company company man to justify payment for trick, company, and employee pay.
I’ve had quite a few drivers of produced water trucks admit that their supervisors ordered them to spray down public roads with their loads. They have also told me there were ordered to dump their loads in ponds/ditches/pastures or told to leave the valve open and let it leak on the road as they drive. I have witnessed all of the above.
Yes, it leaves a residue and nothing but dead vegetation.