John Sullivan is the Permian Basin regional manager for SCS Engineers and a professional geologist from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. He started his career as a geologist
at the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District in Lubbock, working closely with the conservation and mapping of the Ogallala Aquifer.
For 25 years, he has worked in all manner of environmental consulting, including groundwater remediation, modeling and permitting of water systems. He was the national saltwater disposal asset manager for a leading energy service company, which entailed the management of SWDs in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, North Dakota, and West, East and South Texas. He has permitted public water systems, pipelines, bulk fuel storage facilities, saltwater disposals, and chemical manufacturing plants.
Read John’s most recent article in the March issue of Shale Play Water Management, entitled Navigating Regulatory Hurdles for Induced Seismicity.