Sabre Energy Services has developed a modular treatment system utilizing readily available oilfield equipment and proprietary chlorine dioxide (ClO2) generation and application technology to treat produced or mixed stream (e.g. fresh, brackish, produced, waste, and flow back) waters associated with the production of oil and gas. The SabreSMART service utilizes a patented process which removes or minimizes dissolved and free solids - iron, carbonate, sulfate, magnesium, H2S, FeS, biomass, and suspended solids - while completely eliminating biological (aerobe and anaerobic) bacterial contamination and adjusting water pH to a neutral or near neutral condition while liberating entrained and emulsified oil. The treated water is suitable for reuse as a frac fluid, with solids and oil removed for further processing, sale or disposal. This system and method of treatment is only provided by Sabre. SabreSMART treatment can process up to 70,000 bbls of even the lowest quality fluid per day, and have major efficacy and cost advantages over all other modular produced fluid recycling systems in the market.
Sabre can also administer chlorine dioxide treatment directly into containments on-site (pits, ponds or containers) or at a central location. With this direct application, Sabre's DiKlor® service can treat up to 400,000 barrels of fluid per day. Chlorine dioxide is added to the produced fluid, which results in: a chemical separation of water, oil and solids within the containment, as well as destruction of residual polymers, removal of iron, elimination of H2S and FeS, and complete bacterial disinfection of the water.
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