More legal hassles over produced water! See excerpt from Industrial Water World story below:
The Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association (OKOGA) filed a lawsuit against the Kingfisher County Commissioners in Oklahoma State Supreme Court on Tuesday, arguing that the county’s ban on temporary pipelines along existing rights-of-way to take produced water from oil and gas drilling sites violates state law.
Again, lots of headaches could be eliminated by treating-cleaning produced water using IX Power Clean Water’s technology. Kingfisher County Commissioners and other regulators / politicos around the country would not care about moving produced water if it was CLEANED FIRST !
Get the link to the story at: ix water dot com.