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HOUSTON, TX, January 25, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In the Energy and Petroleum industry, water plays a major role in drilling for natural resources. Hydraulic fracturing, a commonly used drilling method, cannot be completed without a constant, steady flow of water. If your company desires the best in frac water services, AES Water Solutions has a newly designed website that is just for you.
According to the company's website, it is their mission to protect the environment. They demonstrate this commitment to environmental safety by providing premium piping systems that can be used for high volume water transfer in accordance with the Oil Pollution Act, Clean Water Act, and the Safe Drinking Water Act. AES Water Solutions also offers frac water handling equipment that allows for effective on-site treatment of frac water.
Along with these services, the company supplies quality oilfield water equipment. Rentals of distribution manifolds, pumps, and road crossings are readily available to best serve client needs. They also carry a wide variety of hoses that can help reduce rig up time.
AES Water Solutions does not just provide hydraulic fracturing and oilfield water equipment. The company has 50 years of experience at helping companies transport large amounts of water from source to site, and their frac water experts have the knowledge to guide your business through every step of the drilling process.
Visitors to AES Water Solutions' new-look website will find it informative, simple to navigate, and user friendly. Each page of the site contains the company's business phone number as well as an online form for those interested in renting equipment. On the Contact Us page, there is a separate online form for general inquiries.
For more information about AES Water Solutions and the services they provide, call 713-821-3157.
AES Water Solutions is headquartered in Houston, Texas and is a subsidiary of HII Technologies.
Oilfield services and equipment for high volume frac water transfer in accordance with the Oil Pollution Act, Clean Water Act, and the Safe Drinking Water Act.
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