Henry Hill's water solutions are designed with you in mind. By combining unique design features in our Class II salt water disposal wells with efficient gathering systems and managing those systems with state of art SCADA software, Henry Hill Oil can reduce the cost of salt water disposal, reduce wear on well pads, and help position our partners to handle their salt water disposal needs for the foreseeable future.
During the late summer of 2019, Henry Hill Oil crews worked diligently on a new saltwater disposal north of Watford City called the Lundeen 1 SWD. The Lundeen1 SWD is the fourth saltwater disposal for Henry Hill Oil in the area and adds nearly 18,000 barrels per day of disposal capacity the gathering system. As of late October, the Lundeen 1 SWD has been completed and is currently in operation.
Record oil production requires another dozen miles of pipline to be completed by the end of the year.
There are three new technology trends emerging in the Bakken that are attributed to the Bakken's consistent growth rate during the current slowdown period.
Henry Hill Oil is focused on designing, building and operating saltwater gathering systems and disposals for its partners to offer them the most effective solution to their saltwater needs. Our customers can focus their energies on their oil and gas production, while Henry Hill Oil plans and executes transportation and saltwater disposal for their wells.
With the addition of the Ellis SWD, Henry Hill Oil now owns and operates fourteen saltwater disposal sites in the Bakken.
Throughout the month of July, Henry Hill Oil crews worked diligently on a new saltwater disposal east of Williston called the Ellis Federal 1-5 SWD. The Ellis SWD is the third outlet for Henry Hill's gathering system in the area.