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Friday, April 10, 2009

Water Transfer Pipe Sits Idle

Mountains of transfer pipe, used to move millions of gallons water to fracture gas wells, sit idle at a facility just south of Cleburne, TX. This is becoming a common "sign of the times" scenario as gas drilling in the Barnett and throughout the country continues to be scaled back. Depressed natural gas prices and production budget cuts are at the center of the current decline.


Anonymous said...

Is this pipe new or used? is it for sale? If so, how much per foot or joint?

D.G. Worley said...

I really don't have a clue. It was stacked in a lot just south of the Cleburne, Texas city limits on Hwy 174. I took the picture from the road. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Anonymous said...

Im with Waterpipe Refurb we are a mobile welding unit and we specialize in repairing water transfer pipe. I am needing a phone number to see if your interested in our services. My number is 4328539437 thanks. Ruben