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Recycling Water & STF Permits in Austin

Our Skilled Austin Oil & Gas Law Attorneys can Help

Considerable amounts of water can be used for hydraulic fracturing (also known as ‘fracking’) and can be recovered when extracting oil and gas from the earth, and this water needs to be recycled rather than wasted. Fracking can consume many millions of gallons of water per year, and much of it can return to the surface as produced water that can be treated and reused. To do this requires a Stationary Treatment Facility (STF) permit, and our Austin oil and gas law attorneys can help you obtain one.

Why choose The Jones Law Firm PC, Attorneys at Law?

Our firm has extensive experience with advising clients on issues dealing with treating and recycling groundwater, and we can help your business obtain the STF permit you need to handle flowback or produced water.

We have the Experience You Need

The Railroad Commission of Texas requires STF permits to treat and recycle the water recovered from production from shale formations due to hydraulic fracking, and our Austin oil and gas law attorneys have helped our clients obtain these permits already.

In addition, we have provided counsel for clients looking to treat and recycle water from horizontal oil and gas wells using mobile treatment facilities. These measures have allowed for water to be reused in the operation of oil and gas wells in Texas thanks to our advocacy.

How can I obtain a permit?

The Jones Law Firm PC, Attorneys at Law, can take your case before the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC), provide it with the siting information that is needed, and argue your facility is not a threat to the environment.

We can submit the proper information regarding the following:

  • Maximum volume of untreated and partially treated oil and gas waste to be stored
  • Estimated volume and time the treated water will be stored at the facility
  • How you will be keeping records of the source and volume of waste to be recycled
  • Description of recycling process to be used
  • Description of testing to be performed

Turn to our Austin oil and gas lawyer when you need to obtain an STF permit. We have the experience and resources to handle your case before the RRC and to acquire the licensing you need!

DISCLAIMER: The foregoing information is not legal advice. It is general in nature and not applicable to all situations. The reader should not rely on these general statements and should consult with knowledgeable persons before taking any actions.

Call us today at (512) 391-9292 to schedule your free consultation to discuss your needs with us!

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