Where We Operate

Two saltwater disposal facilities are currently operating in the Permian Basin near Big Lake, Texas.


Strategically located in Reagan County in the heart of the Permian’s Midland Basin, BlueJack’s Schwinn 5280 facility came into service in February 2016. BlueJack’s Merida 5280 facility is located in Glasscock County and came into service in April 2016. BlueJack has signed multiple contracts with Laredo Petroleum Inc., (“Laredo”) (NYSE:LPI) for water disposal services within an area of Laredo's contiguous land holdings encompassing approximately 110,000 acres. As of November 2018, BlueJack has also signed disposal service contracts with Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:OXY), Sable Permian Resources LLC, Arch Oil & Gas LLC, and Discovery Natural Resources LLC.

Schwinn 5280 and Merida 5280 serve producers targeting formations including the Spraberry and the Wolfcamp. Both facilities inject into the Ellenburger formation and have a combined available daily capacity of 65,000 barrels. Both locations are also large enough to accommodate additional facilities as customer demand grows.

Schwinn location: 
780 FM 2600, Big Lake, TX 76932
​Lat/Lon: 31.552361, -101.456861

Merida location: 
2977 CR 280, Garden City, TX 79739
​Lat/Lon: 31.71187, -101.372197