Salt Water Disposal Systems in North Dakota
We design and build to exceed environmental protection standards
Salt water disposal is a growing problem for exploration and production companies as more water is being used in connection with the production of oil, especially throughout the Bakken. As more water is used in the fracking process which leads to greater demand for water disposal services, Henry Hill Oil has positioned itself as a valuable midstream partner to e & p operators to address their water needs. Henry Hill focuses on highly efficient disposal wells and gathering systems that reduce wear on well pads, roads while reducing water related expenses for operators.
Currently operating 14 EPA Class II Salt Water Disposal wells throughout North Dakota and the Bakken, Henry Hill Oil upholds the highest standards of safety and service. As a result, Henry Hill has become a trusted midstream partner of E & P operators throughout the Williston Basin.
SCADA Software Systems
Henry Hill Oil operates its salt water disposal wells 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year with little to no downtime. Achieving this level of performance requires constant monitoring and support. All of Henry Hill’s disposal and gathering systems are connected to supervisory control and data acquisition, SCADA, software that enables us to oversee our entire network. This level of oversight is important because it means that our wells operate with less downtime which is more cost effective and beneficial for our customers.
Disposal wells and gathering systems managed through SCADA systems such as the one Henry Hill employs, gain a competitive advantage by reducing downtime, maximizing how much water can be received at any given well, and limiting the number of necessary repairs required throughout the equipment’s life. We are able to operate more efficiently and more effectively as a saltwater disposal company thanks to the oversight we gain from employing SCADA software. Ultimately the producers and operators that partner with Henry Hill stand the gain the most from this level of management.