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Energy Pipeline: Support Company Profile — Symmetry Oilfield Solutions

Name of Company: Symmetry Oilfield Solutions

Website: www.symmetryoilfield.com

Services offered: Symmetry Oilfield Solutions is a small, family owned and local business representing a total solution for transforming contaminated soil and drill cuttings into a commercially viable reclamation and construction material. Whether the need is simply solidification, or complete bioremediation treatment, Symmetry has the solution.

GeozorbTM, a proprietary solidification product, is a 100 percent cellulose organic-mineral blend absorption agent uniquely devised to alter the physical characteristics of the sludge drill cuttings into a stackable pile. GeozorbTM amends and solidifies sludge producing a granular, free-flowing compactable material. This proprietary, non-toxic, organic compound has beneficial environmental effects and absorbs moisture generated from oil, water, and saltwater-based mud systems.

Symmetry’s bioremediation products are intended to remediate drill cuttings either on the well site, or at a centralized oilfield waste recycling facility. Working closely with CSU Microbiologists, Symmetry has isolated and propagated proprietary strains of bacteria specifically designed to remediate water and oil based hydrocarbons, sodium (SAR), and chloride contaminates.

How long has your business been operation in Weld County? 5 years.

How long do you anticipate being in business in northeast Colorado? Symmetry’s products have successfully solidified and/or remediated over 200 wells in the DJ Basin.

Is your company in a growth mode? Symmetry is currently expanding product sales in Weld County, North Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming by developing strong, long-term relationships with interested producers and solids-control service companies within the target markets.

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