Our patented mobile chemical management systems are a transformational new product fit for today’s pad development. Typically, our mobile chemical management systems contain three silos, one base unit and a system of pumps, meters and hoses to measure and deliver up to six different completion chemicals to the pressure pumping company’s blender.

Increased Storage Capacity, Smaller Footprint

The three-silo configuration provides increased inventory capacity and control in a smaller footprint when compared to traditional storage and delivery methods, which typically include a chem add unit, frac tanks, ISO tanks and dozens of totes on flatbed trailers. Each individual silo can be configured to hold one chemical type or compartmentalized to hold up to two different chemicals per silo. The typical system can hold up to 90,000 gallons of chemicals.

Inventory Savings

Lack of inventory visibility with traditional methods of chemical handling and storage often results in overestimation of chemicals both delivered to the wellsite and downhole, resulting in higher inventory and waste disposal costs. By being able to accurately measure and deliver chemicals to the well, chemical inventory can be managed closer to a just-in-time basis. Truck trips can be further reduced by delivering certain chemicals in concentrate rather than diluting at the warehouse due to the system’s ability to blend on the fly.

HS&E Benefits

Safety begins with reducing the number of workers on an active wellpad. Reducing personnel on a wellpad during operations reduces traffic on site and makes for safer, more organized wellpads. Our PLC-based monitoring and operating technology removes the need to manually monitor and deliver inventory that traditionally sits in dozens of totes and tanks. Personnel historically required to don hazmat suits to manually check inventory and turn valves is no longer necessary. Additionally, with fewer connection points, the risk of spillage is further reduced.

Similar to our Mobile Proppant Management System, we equip each silo with an industrial-grade overhead LED lighting system that points directly downward. This lighting system creates a safer work environment during 24-hour operations, eliminates the need for additional lighting on site and reduces light pollution visible in surrounding communities.