"Do you have water treatment issues
related to oil and gas field services?
IHS offers the most cost effective, cutting
edge technology to handle them."

The IHS Goal:
"Drinking Water Standards - BETTER, CLEANER, CHEAPER"

Oil/Gas Field Services Overview

Waste Water Treatment

For decades the process for turning wastewater into drinking water has been available. However, there has been little will to use that process because it has simply not been cost effective.

IHS designs processes that bring together both wastewater and drinking water treatment technologies to make those processes BETTER, CLEANER, AND CHEAPER, while allowing a rapid return on investment. IHS makes all of its treatment units mobile and designs them in a way that meets the requirements in all 50 states. No one else in the marketplace is doing what IHS is doing.

Flowback Water Recycle

It takes millions of gallons of water for the fracking of each new oil well. Hydraulic fracking starts with water that is fresh. Salt is then added to create the brine needed for the fracking process.

IHS Mobile On-Site UnitIHS mobile on-site units are custom tailored for the requirements of specific sites.The IHS on-site unit simply removes the salt, earth metals, bacteria, and other pathogens, effectively restoring the frac water to its original fresh state. The end result is a BETTER, CLEANER, AND CHEAPER product that eliminates many of the scaling problems associated with the current brine and gives a rapid return on investment. In many cases, IHS also obtains saleable byproducts from this process, creating additional revenue opportunities. This IHS recycled water can be reused from site to site. And because the IHS unit is on site, there is a tremendous reduction in trucking traffic as there is no longer a need to haul the contaminated frac water away for disposal.

Service/Produce Water

Once the fracking process has been completed and the well is in daily operation, both oil and water come up from the well. The oil is separated to the greatest extent possible and the water that remains is highly contaminated and is known as service or produce water.

IHS Mobile On-Site UnitIHS mobile units are designed to stay on site, cleaning produce/service water for the entire life of the producing well.IHS takes a unique approach to recycling this water. IHS has developed a new process that first removes the remaining oil and then eliminates fast growing, highly contaminated bacteria. IHS next removes the earth metals and any hydrocarbons. Like hydro mining, this separation process creates new byproducts (earth metals and chemical elements) that can be taken to market for additional revenue opportunities.

IHS completes the process creating particle separation at multiple levels by utilizing a filtration method that employs a proprietary non-physical membrane. This process takes any remaining particles down to 0.2 microns. No one else has the technology to do this! We leave only clean water that meets drinking water standards. This water can then be direct discharged on the ground, recycled for drilling reuse or released into an aquifer recharge gallery or well.

Water Treatment

IHS utilizes cutting edge water treatment technologies; so regardless of the circumstances, we can come up with solutions that are BETTER, CLEANER, AND CHEAPER than what is typical in the marketplace today.

IHS Mobile On-Site UnitIHS provides on-site service on all of its mobile units.IHS systems can be applied to existing municipal or private supplies to increase the ability to treat and to create drinking-water-standard recycled water.

Hydro Mining

Hydro mining is a separation process that removes unwanted elements from bodies of water. IHS removes these elements, bringing the water back to drinking standard quality.

Oil Remediation

IHS remediation of hydrocarbons and spilled hydrocarbons is simple, when using our patented remediation formula. IHS' advanced techniques will tackle surface hydrocarbons and hydrocarbons down to 12 inches below the surface. Using the IHS recipe of proper aeration and remediating bacteria, IHS can remediate most oil spills or other unwanted hydrocarbon compounds in 36 to 72 hours.

By utilizing these IHS technologies, oil and natural gas producing states can effectively:
  • Protect their freshwater resources
  • Vastly reduce trucking traffic, eliminating many traffic concerns and infrastructure decay
  • Address concerns of the EPA (including earthquakes)
  • Continue to grow their economies and create jobs
  • Reduce dependence on foreign oil