Waste Management

We work to minimize waste from our operations and recycle where appropriate. Note that various countries categorize waste differently, so it is difficult to create a consistent listing.

In our U.S. onshore operations, we generated the following amounts of waste:

  • DJ Basin: Contaminated Soil – 114,923 tons; drill cuttings - 75,861 tons; misc. oilfield – 18,780 tons; 8 tons of non-friable asbestos and 123 tons of general waste
  • Houston: E-waste recycled - 19 ton
  • Texas Business Unit:  Operational solid waste – 3,003 tons; operational wet solids – 10,250 barrels; E&P exempt waste – 73,300 filters; drilling muds – 85,331 tons; drill cuttings – 3,350 tons; and miscellaneous liquid oilfield waste – 14,740 barrels

In our offshore operations, we generated the following amounts of waste:

  • Equatorial Guinea: Industrial - 112 tons; Industrial Recycled - 77 tons; Hazardous Waste - 155 tons; Domestic - 41 tons; Domestic Recycled - 143 tons; E-waste recycled – 1 ton
  • Israel:  Drill cuttings – 474 tons; drill cuttings recycled – 1,070 tons; general recycled waste – 102 tons; hazardous – 21 tons; hazardous waste recycled – 95 tons; operational waste – 198 tons; general solid waste – 345 tons