Approved stampInjection well permit applications require a wide range of information. Knowing specific areas for particular focus and attention can streamline your injection well permit and save you valuable time.

With our direct EPA experience in permitting injection wells, we provide clients with on-target advice and reviews that save you time and money.


What We Do...

Save You Time – Advice and Review of Injection Well Permit Applications

  • Oil and Gas Enhanced Recovery and Waste Disposal (Class II) injection well permits
  • Aquifer Exemptions
  • Hydraulic Fracturing oil and gas wells when using diesel fuel in fluid or proppants (Class II) injection well permits
  • CO2 Sequestration (Class VI) injection well permits
  • Uranium In-Situ mining / recovery (Class III) injection well permits
  • Industrial Waste Disposal (Class I) injection well permits


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Clients gain technical advice, guidance and oversight/review of permit applications that help streamline injection well permit approval. We assist on permits for a broad range of injection practices; for enhanced oil and gas recovery injection, E&P waste disposal injection, uranium and mineral in-situ mining injection, and issues related to aquifer exemptions.

Aquifer Exemption Requests   (P1060802_500.jpg)

Injecting directly into protected groundwater resources known as Underground Sources of Drinking Water (or “USDWs”) can be allowed in certain limited circumstances, but needs an EPA approved aquifer exemption. Using our experience, our clients gain deeper understanding of the requirements and processes with developing the type of information necessary when requesting approval of an aquifer exemption.

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Deciphering EPA’s approach to using diesel fuel in hydraulic fracturing fluids or proppants can be challenging. This activity IS regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act, also applies to state Underground Injection Control (UIC) Programs, and requires an approved UIC permit prior to initiating fracturing operations. We help clients understand and meet regulatory requirements for oil and gas hydraulic fracturing operations that use diesel fuel.

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Clients seeking solutions related to UIC Class III Injection Wells for In-Situ mineral recovery benefit from our experience with permitting Class III injection wells Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. Our insightful advice and review of your Class III injection well permit applications can help you streamline your Class III injection well permit application process and save time. Our experience with mining related fluid waste disposal wells can help you plan and meet your regulatory obligations, and help to avert unwanted surprises.

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Re-use and recycle are top methods of reducing your environmental footprint from waste water disposal. Usually some cleanup is necessary for reuse, and the cleaning results in concentrated fluid waste.  Underground injection into a suitable deep zone through a properly constructed well is one solution. Our injection well experience augments and benefits your efforts when choosing injection as an option.