Gibson treats, processes and disposes of oil and gas, and industrial waste streams.
Gibson’s waste management facilities can handle approximately 25 types of oil and gas wastes in an efficient, convenient and environmentally sustainable manner. A combination of processing technology, heat, time and pressure is used to separate these waste streams into three components: water, solids and oil.
Water is clarified and filtered to the micron level before deepwell disposal (see illustration).
Solids are dried out, analyzed against acceptance criteria and then transported to an oil and gas waste landfill for disposal.
Oil is also recovered from processing waste and solids. The quality of this oil is dependent on the percentage of solids and water mixed with this oil. The oil is then further treated to meet standard crude specifications and then delivered to the pipeline.
Gibson’s oil and gas waste receiving, processing and disposal facilities are located in and around major producing fields and new development areas. The facilities are easily accessible from major roadways, reducing the wear and tear associated with off highway travel. Gibson prides itself on improving truck turn-around times helping to reduce the overall cost to our customers.
Gibson waste management services include:
- Oil and Gas Waste Processing
- Industrial Waste Processing
- Water/Waste Disposal
- Waste Oil Recovery
Typical oil and gas waste streams include:
- Produced water
- Completion water
- Workover fluids (frac fluids included)
- Drilling fluids and muds (all types)
- Wastes from spills