Drilling Contractor interview

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Alex Endress

Firmus, Duro technologies reduce environmental
footprint of drilling operation

Data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) shows that for every foot drilled in the US, 1.21 bbl of drilling waste is generated. Of that, 50% is solid drilling waste – or mud and cuttings, made up of solids, liquids and other additives. As regulators continue to raise the level of expectations on drilling companies’ management of drilled solids, Scott Environmental Services has launched the Firmus and Duro waste management technologies to address these concerns. These new technologies are able to help the company incorporate specially processed drilling waste into civil engineering structures like roads and drill pads. Watch the video with CEO Blake Scott and DC’s Alex Endress for more information.

Drilling Contractor interview with Blake Scott

Scott Environmental Services, Inc. Announces Registration as an Engineering Firm in Oklahoma

Christian Goff
(512) 745-0627

Solid Drilling Waste Management Technology Company Expands Scope

LONGVIEW, Texas – Scott Environmental Services, Inc., a solid drilling waste management technology company, announced today its registration with the Oklahoma State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, authorizing Scott to offer professional engineering services to the public. [Read more…]

Scott Environmental Services Announces Registration as an Engineering Firm in Texas

Christian Goff
(512) 745-0627

Solid Drilling Waste Management Technology Company Expands Scope

LONGVIEW, Texas – Scott Environmental Services, Inc., a solid drilling waste management technology company, announced today its registration with the Texas Board of Professional Engineers, authorizing Scott to offer professional engineering services to the public. [Read more…]