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This webinar occured on: December 7, 2011
Water is an essential component of the drilling and hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, process. Taking a lesson from other industries that treat their wastewater on-site rather than paying to transport and dispose of it elsewhere, gas producers are now employing mobile service providers armed with the latest integrated treatment systems to clean flow-back and produced water from fracturing operations at the well head. This water – cleaned to as low as 3 NTU – can then be re-injected back into the well without fear of environmental harm.
This webinar will discuss the benefits of on-site wastewater treatment, how these integrated mobile treatment services work and how this business model can cut the average cost of treating produced water by as much as 50 percent, while allowing drillers to focus their efforts and manpower on generating oil and gas profits, rather than on water treatment.REGISTER Below to view the ONDemand Version
This webinar occured on: December 7, 2011Speakers:
Eli Gruber ,
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Eli Gruber is a seasoned manager with over 30 years of business development experience in diverse industries such as retail, manufacturing, software development and wastewater treatment. Ecologix Environmental Systems, LLC is the third start-up venture that Mr. Gruber has founded and led, having previously established Sabra, a retail fashion chain in 1977 and InterTech Information Management in 1989. In 2002 Mr. Gruber established Ecologix as a premier engineering and system integration company to treat industrial and municipal wastewater. Since then, Ecologix has provided solutions to a diverse set of clients, including Kia Motors, Toyota, Tyson Foods, Lexmark, US Steel, Chevron, Mobil and may more. Additionally, Ecologix has designed and delivered a 2.6mgd municipal wastewater treatment to Russky Island near Vladivostok, Russia and numerous other solutions to Central and South America, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East.
Duration: 1 Hour