Integrated Environmental Technologies Opens Pecos, Texas, Production Facility
Hydrogen sulfide is a toxic and corrosive chemical that frequently appears in oil and gas production. The company’s Excelyte acts as a biocide and as a hydrogen sulfide eliminator/scavenger that kills sulfate-reducing bacteria, which are known to produce hydrogen sulfide. The Company's current down-hole well maintenance program consists of regularly scheduled Excelyte treatments on oil production wells that contain bacteria which can corrode well equipment and well linings; contain bacteria that can sour the oil produced; and/or test positive for hydrogen sulfide.
The Company currently has three operating production facilities servicing the oil and gas industry, one in each of the Uinta Basin in Utah, the Permian Basin in New Mexico and the Permian Basin in West Texas. Each facility is currently capable of producing approximately 180,000 gallons of Excelyte on a monthly basis.
David LaVance, the Company's President/CEO, commented, "We have opened this production facility in response to new customer demand in the Permian Basin and our expansion strategy into the state of Texas. I am pleased that we have established our Pecos facility and are already delivering Excelyte to customers in that area.
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