WellLand SWD is an investment management and operations company specializing in oil and gas field environmental protection and pollutant treatment recycling and reuse operations. It is registered in Texas, USA and is headquartered in Houston, the world oil capital. The current investment focuses on shale oil and gas exploration and development areas in Permian Basin in western Texas and the Eagle Fort shale oil and gas exploration and development area in southern Texas. It is planned to invest in 10 oil and gas field solid-liquid pollutant treatment recovery and reuse centers and oil and gas field sewage treatment and treatment service stations within 3 years.
The company’s investment management and operation philosophy are to invest in oil and gas field sludge and wastewater treatment and recycling centers with low risk and stable cash flow in the shale oil and gas exploration and development center, making full use of the new generation of oilfield pollutant treatment and recycling technology. Through modern management, reducing costs and improving economic efficiency to ensure a stable investment return for our investors.
The company’s management team is mainly composed of business operators who are experienced in investing in oil and gas field related business and technical managers who have long been engaged in environmental protection and pollutant treatment and recycling of US oil and gas fields. Most of the company’s management team has been engaged in oil and gas field exploration and development related business for more than 30 years with rich experience, diverse background and stable maturity.
The US oil and gas field pollutant treatment recycling and reuse industry has become more and more prosperous in recent years with the success of the US shale gas revolution. According to statistics, a horizontal well in the Eagle Fort shale gas drilling in southern Texas generally produces 600 tons of solid pollution. (Drilling mud, drilling stone chips and related substance etc.), each shale gas horizontal well fracturing back and forth up to several million gallons, oil and gas production wells produce a large amount of saltwater, the government’s solid state output to oil and gas field Environmental protection requirements such as disposal and recycling of waste and liquid waste liquids are becoming more stringent. As a result, there is an increasing demand for solids liquid waste treatment recovery and reuse centers in oil and gas fields. In addition, the oil and gas field pollutant treatment and recycling commercial project does not have the risk of dry wells in oil and gas field exploration and development projects and the uncertainty of underground reserves. It is an environmental protection project with low investment rick and stable cash flow, and has a long-term business demand prospect.