We seek scientifically sound solutions for our clients. BeneTerra has aligned itself with top research organizations as part of our commitment to continuous improvement. Our staff is encouraged to take leadership roles in their respective fields of endeavour to produce meaningful research.


BeneTerra completes difficult pipeline corridor rehab

Our Aussie team recently completed a very difficult rehabilitation of a pipeline corridor in central Queensland. Previous contractor’s attempts at erosion control had failed. and The worst section was 120 metres long and the average slope was 30% slope.


Bailey presents paper in Minneapolis, USA

BeneTerra Land Resources Leader, Glenn Bailey, presented a paper on November 17th, 2015 in Minneapolis at the Soil Science Society of America meetings. It was entitled “Pedological Implications for Rehabilitating Coalbed Methane Ponds – using soil material identification to deconstruct water storage ponds and rehabilitate pasture land.” The paper, co-authored by John Zupancic, discussed techniques developed by BeneTerra in Australia to rehabilitate pond sites where the original soil materials had been scattered and blended during construction making it difficult to re-establish productive pasture land. To view or download the presentation click here.

Soil scientist characterising soil profile

Soil scientist, Glenn Bailey, characterising soil profile


BeneTerra commissions its first mobile BeneVap™ unit

BeneTerra has just commissioned its first mobile BeneVap™ unit, the BV-300. She is affectionately named Rhonda and is ready to go on the road to demonstrate her prowess vaporizing the toughest wastewater. This system is designed to connect to natural gas sources – particularly where it is being flared.


Comprehensive mobile water treatment system deployed for coal seam gas water

de-watering ponds servicesWe recently employed a comprehensive mobile water treatment process in a remote location to de-water a pond holding saline water produced during gas production. The water was passed through disc filters, microfilters and reverse osmosis. The RO permeate was used for road dust suppression and the RO reject was further concentrated with BeneTerra’s EvC™. The dense concentrate was then hauled to a fit-for-purpose brine dam. By dispersing permeate and concentrating in-situ over 40,000 km of truck movements were eliminated.



BeneTerra receives Q2 “Go Further Award” from Arrow Energy

BeneTerra was selected as Arrow Energy’s winner of the quarterly “Go Further Award” for Contractor Visible Safety Leadership in Q2 2014. A letter from CEO, Andrew Faulkner, to BeneTerra stated that the award was in recognition of outstanding efforts and contributions .. of particular note were –

  • consistent delivery of 12 dam decommissioning projects on time and under budget
  • exceptional safety record with strong documentation
  • proactive environmental solutions
  • active engagement with Arrow, including open and transparent executionBene terra - land and water stewardship award



BeneTerra acquires Evaporative Systems

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (January 30, 2014) – BeneTerra, the Sheridan-based water and land management firm serving energy, industrial, agricultural and municipal clients throughout the U.S. and Australia, announced today that it has acquired New Mexico-based Evaporative Systems.