Black Bison adds salt water disposal properties to serve oil and gas producers in Wyoming

Black Bison LLC

Black Bison Water Services LLC, a provider of services for the disposal of flowback and produced water generated from oil and gas-producing wells, has closed on two additional acquisitions of salt water disposal (SWD) facilities in Wyoming. One is located in Uinta County, and the other is in Laramie County, near Cheyenne.

“We are pleased to complete our fourth and fifth acquisitions as we develop scale and grow our customer base,” said Justin Haigler, president of Black Bison. “By combining these latest facilities with our other operations, we are continuing to position Black Bison as the premier water disposal services business in Wyoming by providing a statewide footprint to serve all of Wyoming’s oil and gas plays. With these latest acquisitions, Black Bison now has five operating wells, plus one well in Campbell County that is fully permitted and soon to be drilled, and one well in Converse County that has a permit pending at the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality."

The company closed on its third saltwater disposal facility (the Garner Lake Facility) from Quality Environmental Technologies located near Gillette, Wyoming, in the Powder River Basin, in July, just a few months after the Reed SWD facility acquisition near Recluse, Wyoming, in March.


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