Closure issues, compliance requirements, permitting programs, and environmental issues can stall your work.  Pioneer provides services to get clients back on track.  For the oil and gas industry, Pioneer’s main services include regulatory planning, permitting, compliance, remediation, reclamation, and decommissioning. We assist oil and gas operators with assessing, managing, and ultimately extinguishing environmental liabilities associated with existing active and inactive sites.  Committed to working with oil and gas companies, our goal is to apply sound, scientific engineering and management skills to ensure that their environmental responsibilities remain focused and cost effective. Pioneer standard qualifications for oil and gas industry.

Facility Decommissioning
Surface Reclamation SPCC Inspections
Baseline Water Quality Studies
Air Quality Emissions Inventories
Permitting and Compliance
Services Include:
Facility Decommissioning
Surface Reclamation SPCC Inspections
Baseline Water Quality Studies
Air Quality Emissions Inventories
Permitting and Compliance
Associated Projects
SPCC site inspection area SPCC Inspection

SPCC Site Inspections, Northeastern Montana and Northwestern North Dakota For Continental Resources, Inc. (CLR), Pioneer completed Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) site inspections at

Work at the Skurupey Project Site Spill Incident Work

Soil Sampling and Field Screening for Skurupey 1-9H Spill Cleanup, Billings County, North Dakota Following the Skurupey 1-9H spill incident, North Dakota Industrial Commission (NDIC)

Decomissioning

The Whitney Canyon Gas Plant (WCGP) was a former 250-million standard cubic feet per day (MMscf/d) gas plant used to process sour reservoir fluids to

Pioneer is currently assisting the Atlantic Richfield Company with the Whitney Canyon Gas Plant project. The Whitney Canyon Gas Plant has had all equipment removed

Decomissioning

From 2007 through 2010, Pioneer completed the decommissioning of nine abandoned Central Delivery Point (CDP) compressor stations in the San Juan Basin near Durango, Colorado.