Liberty NC, SWD boasts a top of the line, reinforced concrete unloading station that is only 650′ from the paved highway. The road is built with 10″ compacted caliche on top of a solid rock foundation.
The unloading station has assemblies in place so that two trucks can simultaneously unload into a 10″ poly line. There is capacity in the system to install a third unloading assembly.
The facility has a newly renovated, insulated office with heating/air-conditioning, internet, and a separate storage area for supplies. The office is 150′ south of the unloading station.
The 10″ line from the unloading station feeds into a 500 BBL Fiberglass Gun Barrel Tank. From there, water spills to 2 x 500 BBL Fiberglass Water Tanks and oil skims to 3 x 430 Steel Oil Tanks.
The Gun Barrel is a constant level vessel with water legs . It spills water to the two water tanks via a water leg. When the oil blanket gets thick enough, oil skims over to the oil system via an oil leg.
All tanks are set inside of a primary gravel-plastic lined containment berm. The entire battery sits inside of a secondary caliche containment berm.
The well has 5-1/2″ 17# casing with cement circulated to the surface. The tubing is 3-1/2″ interior plastic coated tubing. It is completed across 1,000′ of high permeable San Andres. The disposal well goes on a vacuum and can dispose +3,000 BBL/Day without additional head from a pump. This daily rate could be increased significantly with a triplex or H-pump.
Regulatory information associated with the well may be viewed on the NMOCD’s website at https://wwwapps.emnrd.state.nm.us/ocd/ocdpermitting/Data/WellDetails.aspx?api=30-025-36432.