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Friday, February 23, 2018

EPIPHANY ALLEGHENY ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS

PITTSBURGH, Pa (Feb. 23) – Epiphany Water Solutions is committed to providing factual and complete answers to the questions people in the Coudersport area have about its waste water treatment facility to be co-located at the Coudersport Area Municipal Authority’s facility in Eulalia Township. The company issued this statement today regarding waste water treatment options in Pennsylvania and the transportation of water to the Coudersport facility:

Q. Are there any other distillation plants in Pennsylvania or anywhere else that have the same treatment process and promise of “pure” water as their discharge?

A. Yes. There are many treatment plants that use distillation technology to treat various types of waste water, including three in Pennsylvania that are dedicated to the treatment of waste water from oil and gas production operations. Epiphany has combined the best technologies from those existing facilities to create the most robust and reliable waste water treatment process to date. Our facility will create a new standard for best practices in the industry.

Q. Where does this waste water come from and how much can be treated at Epiphany’s facility?

A. Waste water transported to Epiphany’s Coudersport facility will include flowback and produced water from existing wells drilled and operated in the immediate vicinity. The amount of water generated by those wells will vary, based on each well’s specific stage of completion and production. The facility is designed and constructed to treat a maximum of 42,000 gallons of water per day.

Q. Will waste water be transported into our community from other places?

A. Epiphany’s Coudersport facility is intended to treat water generated locally by oil and gas production operations, from wells between 10-20 miles from the plant. It is economically impractical to transport water from distances greater than that.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Is this the entire statement? I'm POSITIVE there are more than 3 questions that residents of Coudersport are asking them to answer. As a matter of fact all of these questions have already been addressed and answered!! I'm confused, if they are so great then why do they insist of not answering all of the questions, why not hold a public question AND ANSWER forum?

Anonymous said...

Laurie Barr said: The signed agreement( Letter of Intent) between Epiphany and CAMA reads: "Delivery Schedule
Epiphany will deliver equipment with the capacity to process 500bbl/Day withing 150 days of execution of a finalized, legally binding contract. Each 90 days thereafter, Epiphany will install ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT to increase the system’s capacity by 250 Bbl/Day until the mutually agreed to capacity is installed. On critical items, Epiphany will provide one or more “installed spares” to ensure maximum reliability."

Is this simply "a foot in the door" frack waste facility? How big will it grow once permitted?

And can someone explain what the Letter Of Intent means by "installed spare." What the hell is a spare frack waste facility?

And CAMA, will sewage customers money cover the engineering and permitting costs for the spares too?

Letter of Intent: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TLXCWG3NjURXXuffvR19OO_1O5t6MyhAI1zgLmww8u4/edit?usp=sharing

Anonymous said...

"until the mutually agreed to capacity is installed"

Here is a key point. I'd look at adjacent property owners and see if they have agreed to sell/lease their land. This could grow huge, it's open ended only bound by the size of the property.

Where are the 3 amigo's from N main st?. Their silence must mean something.

I would bet they are angling to be a central plant for treating all water in the northern tier. Much easier to drive it one or two counties, than it is to take it out of state. Follow the money