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Texas Permits For Re-Use Of Oil & Gas Produced Water
Texas Permits For Re-Use Of Oil & Gas Produced Water

Until now, if an oil and gas operator wanted to do anything with water recovered from oil and gas production, the only practical option was to go to the Texas Railroad Commission for a re-injection permit or to use a permitted third-party saltwater disposal well. Due to the ...

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