Midstream Water Services
OWL provides water transport services for companies by building permanent water pipelines and gathering infrastructure, as well as coordinating third-party trucking where necessary. OWL builds supply and gathering lines, and reuse infrastructure where appropriate in between, to maximize efficiency and minimize costs for customers.
OWL has a network of saltwater disposal wells to handle produced water gathering through its systems. OWL operates facilities in five states and is a proven leader in the disposal business with state-of-the-art operations.
OWL provides produced water for re-use to its customers. OWL can provide produced water directly off of its network or deliver treated water in the field.
Solids / Landfill Operations
OWL is developing a 540-acre, 42-million-ton oil and gas landfill on Highway 128 between the cities of Jal and Carlsbad in Lea County, New Mexico. As only the fourth permit ever issued in New Mexico, the landfill is ideally located to handle over 400 loads per day of mud, cuttings and other solid waste from E&P companies in the region. Opening is scheduled for early 2019.