Here is a 20 acre parcel zoned industrial right in the heart of the Bakken Oil field. This 20 acre parcel sits in the middle of Dore, ND on highway 58 in McKenzie county, right next to the railroad spur and has 3 seperate entrances and direct access to the highway. Dore is exactly 26 miles from Wiliston and 6 miles from Fairview, ND and 44 miles from Watford City, ND. So this RV Park / Mobile home park is located right in the middle of the Bakken Oil field. The 20 acres consists of a 36 units RV park that has 75 KW power from the Lower Yellowstone Power company. Each unit has power and water. The current RV park takes up about 5 acres so there are 15 acres left for expansion or the ability for more large Shop condo’s or more commercial business opportunities. The water is from a large well located on the property that weeds the entire complex. Each unit also has its own sewer hookup that flows into a huge Orenco Advantex System.
AdvanTex® AX20 Treatment Systems
Orenco’s AdvanTex® Treatment Systems are the ideal solution for environmentally sustainable treatment of residential wastewater flows. Orenco’s AdvanTex AX20 units are a dependable, proven technology for treating residential septic tank effluent to better-than-secondary standards, including nitrogen-reduction. AX20 treatment pods are sturdy, watertight fiberglass basins filled with lightweight, highly absorbent, engineered textile media that treats a tremendous amount of wastewater in a small space.
Applications— AX20 Treatment Systems are primarily intended for residential applications that require advanced secondary treatment, including new installations, retrofits, or repairs. They’re also used in small commercial applications. AX20 units are ideal for sites with poor soils and small sites, especially those that require a compact “filter on top of tank” configuration.
Flows — A single AdvanTex AX20 pod treats wastewater flows of up to 500 gpd (1890 L/day). AdvanTex Treatment Systems are modular, however, and can be installed in multi-pod arrays to handle higher flows.
The current system is North Dakota state regulated and up to code. The system is currently set up for 5,000 gallons a day use, with a 10,000 gallon solid tank and a 8,000 gallon dosing tank. Then everything is ran into a 3 mound system. This system is also set up for future expansion if one desired. The current well is 60 ft. deep and runs at 30 GPM and has a S-Drive varible spped pump on it.
Oil and Gas
The Bakken formation has emerged in recent years as one of the most important sources of new oil production in the United States. Most Bakken drilling and production has been in North Dakota, although the formation also extends into Montana and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. As of 2013, the Bakken was the source of more than ten percent of all US oil production. By April 2014, Bakken production in North Dakota and Montana exceeded 1 million barrels per day (160,000 m3/d). As a result of increased production from the Bakken, and long-term production declines in Alaska and California, North Dakota as of 2014 was the second-largest oil-producing state in the US, behind only Texas in volume of oil produced.
Bakken production has also increased in Canada, although to a lesser degree than in the US, since the 2004 discovery of the Viewfield Oil Field in Saskatchewan. The same techniques of horizontal drilling and multi-stage massive hydraulic fracturing are used. In December 2012, 2,357 Bakken wells in Saskatchewan produced a record high of 71,000 barrels per day (11,000 m3/d). The Bakken Formation also produces in Manitoba, but the yield is small, averaging less than 2,000 barrels per day (300 m3/d) in 2012.
PICTURES OF THE ACTUAL SITE WILL BE COMING SOON!!!!!!!!