Aethon Energy Management, LLC, owns and operates natural gas and oil assets in the Wind River Region of Central Wyoming, including more than 250 active wells. As part of their efforts to field-produce water in a long-term, sustainable fashion, and provide cost-effective disposal, they constructed a 25,000-bbls/day advanced water treatment facility. The facility produces a…
As part of a major expansion project, Fulton Bank wanted to promote water reuse at its new 120,000-SF, eight-story headquarters building in downtown Lancaster. The project looked to maximize the capture of stormwater, minimize the quantity of potable water required for occupancy, and reduce site runoff and wastewater discharge. RETTEW conducted a water reuse study…
Recovering produced water as a high-quality water resource for oil and gas exploration is an emerging trend, with several operational facilities in the United States. RETTEW has been involved in the design, construction, and operations of many of these facilities. This experience, combined with our expertise in reverse osmosis design, enabled us to manage many…
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