New Stanton Facility
This frac water treatment plant is located at the site of the former Sony American Video Glass plant located at the intersection of I-70 and the PA Turnpike near New Stanton, PA. This 30,000 barrel/day facility is a fully integrated plant consisting of various treatment processes custom designed for the oil and gas industry. Available services at this facility include a 238,000 barrel storage impoundment, sludge handling and dewatering operations, drilling mud disposal, and a 71,500 barrel per day fresh water supply.
RES Water – Butler is a custom-built facility opened in 2013 for the oil and gas industry in the Butler County area. The facility was designed around specific customer requirements for water quality and daily volumes and is located in the center of their development acreage. The facility has undergone two expansions to increase the processing and storage volumes. In addition to recycling 10,000 barrels per day, the facility maintains 50,000 barrels of storage capacity to meet customers’ long and short term needs. It has been instrumental in reducing the cost per barrel processed and water transportation expenses for our customers. This facility is a commercial operation with multiple producers utilizing its services.
The newest RES facility serves clients in Greene and Fayette counties, as well as northern West Virginia. With twelve truck loading and unloading stations capable of being used simultaneously, RES Water – Greene can keep up with even the most demanding production and completion water storage, disposal and supply volumes without delay. With 145,000 barrels of capacity, customers long term needs can be met more efficiently, while also providing readily available short term storage option at a moment’s notice. The facility is permitted for expansion to meet the growing need for recycle water.