ELEVATED OPERATING COSTS HAVE A BaSIC FOUNDATION.

Bacteria, Scale, Iron and Corrosion

  • Growing Recycle/Reuse

  • Inadequate Biocide Programs

  • Commingled Water

  • High Volume Production Wells

  • Growth in the BaSICs

The dynamic combination of these BaSIC factors compound & accelerate the problems within each segment & negatively influence your operating costs.
The complexity of commingled, dissimilar produced water created from higher volume fracs over time combined with increasing recycle/reuse volumes dramatically alters not only the way water must be treated but also how its analyzed.

We don’t just say we take a consultative approach, we prove it.

EPDI’s Dynamic Fluid Mapping Treatment Technology and proprietary chemical solutions are designed to control the ever-changing BaSICs and save you money with our CO$T approach.

ADVANCED, CO$T SAVINGS APPROACH

Our unique analysis takes a comprehensive, field wide review of your system’s performance to identify cost saving opportunities.

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THE BaSICs

Bacteria levels are constantly changing and contribute to scaling, corrosion and tanks pads in your wells, facilities, pipelines and disposal wells. These negative outcomes reduce your revenue and drive up your operating and maintenance costs over time.
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Bacteria eats your profits!

Iron Pads 


Buildup of iron pads in tanks leads to more frequent costly cleanouts and lost oil recovery.

Scale Buildup


Scale buildup in surface equipment leads to more frequent maintenance and reduced flows.

Elevated Injection Pressure

Elevated injection pressure leads to higher energy costs and more frequent pump maintenance.

MIC


MIC (a) dramatically increases the failure rate for downhole tubing and pinholes in separators, heater treaters, and tanks

(a) Microbially Influenced Corrosion (MIC) refers to the influence of microorganisms on the kinetics of corrosion processes of metal, caused by microorganisms adhering to the interfaces (commonly called “biofilms”). Prerequisites for MIC is the presence of microorganisms. If the corrosion is influenced by their activity, further requirements are: (i) an energy source, (ii) a carbon source, (iii) an electron donator, (iv) an electron acceptor and (v) water.

SAFETY MATTERS

At EPDI, we seek to promote and maintain the highest degree of health and safety in all facets of our operation.

We emphasize putting safety first because taking the time to run our business safely is more important than doing it quickly. Without safety and operational excellence, the sustainability of our company is compromised.

We maintain our culture of safety and health by attracting, developing and retaining individuals who share our commitment to operational excellence. We provide all employees the necessary PP&E to perform their job safely and efficiently.

All employees are given FRC, steel toed boots, H2S monitor, safety glasses, gloves, and hard hat.

PRIORITIZING SAFETY

  • All new hires are required to complete a 90-day training program.

  • GPS tracking with dash camera in all vehicles to track speed, hard breaking, and excessive acceleration.

  • Very strict no texting or using phone while driving policy reviewed and signed by all employees.

  • Monthly random drug testing for both DOT and non-DOT employees.

  • Monthly safety meeting attended by senior management.

  • Zero tolerance safety violation policy –violation grounds for immediate termination.

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