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What are the Major Differences Between Hydraulic Fracturing and Conventional Drilling?

While traditional drilling is only done vertically, hydraulic fracturing can expand from 100 to 2,000 feet horizontally in order to better capture oil and gas within each layer or zone that has been fractured.

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All About Frac Pits: Understanding Primary Frac Pit Liners and Secondary Frac Pit Liners

In this article, we’ll delve a little deeper with our understanding of fracking by exploring frac pits as well as how to best line them.

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Your Checklist to Selecting the Best Oil and Fuel Liners

State regulatory programs often include parameters such as liner requirements, maintenance, closure, and financial assurance requirements.

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How Do I Choose the Best Oil and Fuel Liners? Understanding the EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, has a multitude of requirements in place in for the gas, oil, and mining industries.

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Understanding Hydraulic Fracturing Basics: Safety First

Hydraulic fracturing, also referred to as “fracking,” is an oil and gas well development process. It has provided safe oil and natural gas extraction for over sixty years.

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What to Look for in an Irrigation Pond Liner

Now that you have selected which type of liner you’ll be working with between clay, concrete, and flexible liners, it’s time to narrow down the requirements of what to look for in the liner itself.

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What Should I Use to Line My Irrigation Pond?

Liners provide an excellent option for retaining water for farm owners who are unable to hold water with just soil alone.

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How to Shape and Size Your Irrigation Pond

Now that you have a general idea of where to start building, you will want to decide on the size of your irrigation pond. 

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Where Should I Build an Irrigation Pond?

There are a few essentials you need to keep in mind when determining the placement of your new irrigation pond.

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How to Save on Water with an Irrigation Pond

As water supplies continue to become more uncertain in drier states like California, it’s worth putting forth the concentrated effort to institute irrigation ponds on your own property. 

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