Case-study-Oil-&-Gas - Shale-Gas-exploration
Meeting the frontiers of fracking with massive liquid storage capacity


The Fracking Challenge: One of Poland’s initial shale gas explorations required a very large temporary capacity for the storage of its hydraulic fracturing liquids.

The Baker Solution: Engineering of an onsite storage system to include 20 Baker tanks and containment berms for both clean water storage and flow back water. Baker managed the entire set-up, including CAD plans for the precise positioning of the tanks near the well site.

We connected the liquid tanks with hoses and manifolds, creating one managed system.  The complete gas-collecting pipework system was delivered on time and in compliance with environmental best practice standards.


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