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|Natural Gas Opportunity
Natural Gas is a green energy resource that can help our nation become less dependent on foreign oil supplies, and help the world reduce carbon emissions. In the United States, there is an increasing trend in power generation and utility companies switching to natural gas, while developing weather dependent renewable energy technologies like solar and wind power.
The Hydraulic Fracturing Problem
Despite the large energy benefits of developing natural gas reserves, there are government agencies and citizen groups that strongly oppose the drilling process hydraulic fracturing or “fraccing,” which creates problems in water supply and disposal of contaminated water.
FracPure™ Produced Water Remediation was specifically developed to solve these water problems. FracPure™ is the World’s only complete water management solution for the natural gas industry. The FracPure™ process solves problems in water supply and disposal of frac water, flowback and
produced water allowing natural gas companies and our nation reap the benefits of this massive
Natural gas is the cleanest of all the fossil fuels, and is increasingly incorporated into generating electricity
for power plants and industrial applications. This is due to natural gas providing an efficient and competitively
priced fuel for the producing of electricity, and having one of the largest domestic supplies in
the world. When combusted, natural gas emits 30% less carbon dioxide than oil and 45% less carbon
dioxide than coal.
United States Shale Map
According to the Potential Gas
Committee (PGC) and the Department
of Energy the United States has an
estimated total future supplies of 2,074
Tcf (Trillion Cubic Feet) of natural gas.
Integrated Water Technologies is
based in the Marcellus Shale, but as
FracPure™ becomes synonymous with
cost effectiveness and environmental
soundness we will expand wherever
the solution is needed.
Marcellus Shale Map
One of the largest natural gas reserves in the world, the Marcellus Shales stretches from southern New York, through Pennsylvania, to Ohio and West Virginia .
The recoverable reserves are estimated at 575 trillion cubic feet which could supply our nation’s natural gas needs for decades.
Developing this natural gas reserve holds incredible energy supplies. FracPure™ benefits the natural gas industry with cost effective and environmental solutions to water supply and disposal. This allows companies to profitably expand operations creating more jobs and tax revenues for municipal, state and national government service improvements.
■ Trucking and transport
■ Manufacturing FracPure™ brine treatment plants
■ Operating FracPure™ brine treatment plants
||Integrated Water Technologies, Inc.
150 Clove Road, Suite 1101, Little Falls, NJ 07424 • Tel: 877-372-2420 • Fax: 973-890-8765