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This article will delve deep into fracking, how it has impacted the US and global oil and gas industry, and what is expected in the future.
Hurricanes can be unpredictable in the path they follow and the kind of devastation they cause.
Whether it is the unprecedented downpour of 35.93 inches after Hurricane Florence, or the impact of Hurricane Michael - the most intense landfalling hurricane in the past 49 years, one of the major challenges after hurricanes is the tremendous task of waste collection.
Across the United States, businesses and towns have faced the severe impacts of chemical and oil spills. These spills date back decades, and their devastating effects are proof of the necessity of spill containment.
More oil and gas deposits, greater revenues, and a positive outlook are all setting the industry up for rapid expansion, which is helpful to the nation’s economy and creates job opportunities. However, more opportunities in the oil and gas industry lead to more workers facing risks at extraction sites that could result in accidents and fatalities.
The process of sampling has been identified as a task that comes with risks, as stated in the first part of this blog article series.
Have you faced difficult situations at your facility or at a fracking site in regards to containing oil, wastewater or flowback spills? Containing oil spills is a common challenge faced by several industry players.
Based on past events, it has become clear that inland spills are costly and damaging to the environment. The Keystone Pipeline oil spill in South Dakota in November 2017 resulted in a leak of about 210,000 gallons of oil. Incidents like this can and should be prevented, and prevention can be only done with adequate preparedness.