Continuing breakthroughs in oilfield technology have improved the process by which shale oil and gas is extracted. While advancing technology has positively impacted domestic energy production, it has also created a massive burden upon exploration and production (E & P) companies––the disposal of drilling and fracing fluids and salt water. As E&P companies continue to drill more wells and deploy more hydraulic fracturing to increase production, it becomes more and more critical to partner with professional oilfield services wastewater disposal and recovery companies with proven sophistication and logistics. Frontier Oilfield Services has an established track record of providing compliant, safe, and environmentally sound saltwater disposal to some of the Haynesville Shale's and the Barnett Shale's largest operators.
PARTIAL CUSTOMER LIST
- Devon Energy (NYSE: DVN)
- GMX Resources (NYSE: GMXR
- Wagner & Brown, Ltd.
- Matador Oil
- NFR Energy
- Vernon Faulkner
- XTO Energy (Subsidiary of ExxonMobil)
- Pioneer Resources
Our East Texas operations company, Trinity Disposal and Trucking and our North Central Texas operations company, Coffman Tank Trucks, already boast an impressive roster of clients, including Devon Energy, GMX Resources, Wagner & Brown, Ltd., Matador Oil, NFR Energy, Vernon Faulkner, and XTO Energy.
In July 2012, Frontier Oilfield Services purchased Chico Coffman Tank Trucks, Inc. Founded in 1968, Coffman Tank Trucks is one of the largest saltwater disposal companies serving North Central Texas’ Barnett Shale. The company employs more than 250 people and operates 85 trucks, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Did you know...
Oil and natural gas wells flow back water throughout their production lifespan, which produces a constant and known demand for disposal.
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