Join Michael A. Jacobs, PG, DBS&A’s Midland Operations Manager and Principal Hydrogeologist at the West Texas Geological Society (WTGS) 2019 Fall Symposium in Midland, Texas, from September 24 through September 26, 2019. DBS&A is recognized by our clients and peers as a premier environmental consulting firm. Mr. Jacobs has over 35 years of experience throughout Texas and New Mexico investigating subsurface conditions for soil or groundwater contamination, water supply, or oil and gas production potential. DBS&A provides the following services to the oil and gas industry:

  • Spill response for produced water and crude oil impacted soil, and incident management
  • Contaminant delineation and site characterization
  • Hydrogeological characterization and environmental monitoring
  • Soil and groundwater remediation system design, implementation, and operation
  • Numerical modeling for contaminant plume capture and containment
  • Water supply sourcing and development
  • Public water supply design, permitting, and compliance monitoring
  • Wildlife and endangered species surveys and natural/cultural resource management
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) surveying and waste management
  • Environmental due diligence, facility assessments, and audits
  • Environmental impact studies/National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance
  • Texas Railroad Commission (RRC) regulatory compliance, permitting, and enforcement action support
  • Landfarming, land treatment, and land application permitting
  • Civil and geotechnical engineering design
  • Federal land permitting, compliance, and reclamation (New Mexico-specific)
  • Litigation support and expert witness testimony

WTGS consists of individuals who share an interest in the geology of the Permian Basin and includes people from the petroleum and environmental industries. For more information on the conference, click here.