Using state-of-the-art technologies to treat and process oilfield waste materials,
Anterra recovers up to 500 BBLS of oil per month
Because ONE HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) of all materials that we receive at the treatment and disposal facility are non-hazardous, Anterra has numerous options to beneficially re-use these products. Anterra’s treatment facilities utilize state of the art technologies to treat and process oilfield waste materials.
By employing centrifuges, heat, physical and chemical treatment processes as well as advanced filtration, we are able to segregate materials in a manner that allows us to beneficially re-use products that were once considered to be waste.
Each month Anterra recovers substantial volumes of oil that are sold and re-used for industrial purposes (often as much as 500 BBLS/month!). Solid materials such as drill cuttings or drilling muds are processed and may be sent to the local landfills for use as Alternative Daily Cover. Anterra’s goal is to pursue the highest and best use available for the materials we receive.
Prior to acceptance of any material, Anterra requires outside, third-party, certified laboratory analysis of all materials to confirm non-hazardous status. Anterra personnel are happy to assist our clients in sample collection to ensure representative samples are collected.
Anterra is in the midst of constructing two additional facilities in Kern County. Our Yowlumne location has been designed as the primary site for solids processing and fluid storage. After treatment, fluids will be taken to our facility in the Belgian Anticline field for disposal to another commercial, non-hazardous Class II injection well. We hope to have both of these facilities on-line in 2014.