FALCON TECHNOLOGIES innovations featured at DUG Bakken and Niobrara conference
27 Mar 2014
The innovative environmental protection solutions falcon-water-storagefrom FALCON TECHNOLOGIES will be featured at the DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference & Exhibition to be held April 2-4, 2014 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The Falcon exhibit will be in Booth 833.
FALCON TECHNOLOGIES, a CARBO business, provides the most advanced systems for spill prevention, control and countermeasure (SPCC) in the oil and natural gas industry. FALCON has engineered a proprietary polymer liner technology that reduces environmental risk and the lifetime costs of wellsite protection.
The FALCON LINER is used in a variety of applications including secondary containment, tank bases, temporary site protection and water storage. The spray-on liner forms a seamless, impenetrable barrier against punctures, weather, UV and common oilfield chemicals to provide superior protection against spills and leaks.
The durable FALCON LINER also reduces total ownership costs. It is engineered to last the life of an installation with no maintenance costs. It extends asset life. In addition, should a spill occur on the FALCON polymer liner, it is completely recoverable, eliminating reportable incidents, remediation costs and negative publicity.
FALCON products are engineered to protect your investment, the environment and your reputation.
About the DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference & Exhibition
The DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference & Exhibition will involve over 2,000 oil and gas industry professionals, 200+ exhibitors and more than 25 speakers converging in Denver, Colorado, to explore new opportunities and address the most important issues facing the resource-rich shale plays throughout the Rockies.
About the DUG brand
In 2006, Hart Energy launched the DUG brand—a series of conferences focused on the industry's business challenges and opportunities in identifying and developing unconventional resources. Originally "DUG" stood for developing unconventional gas, but with the discovery of oil in unconventional formations and the application of unconventional drilling and completion techniques to legacy reservoirs, the DUG brand evolved to mean developing "unconventionals" in the broadest sense.