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Return Disposal is committed to strong leadership with the focus of the entire team on satisfying and delivering on our commitments to our customers. We do this while making Return Disposal family the foundation of our safety and health protecting employees, customers and the environment of the communities we work in.
Return Disposal is made of a leadership team that is familiar with the needs and wants of the E&P customers. We have a 20+ year knowledge in the oil and gas industry and have executed several successful midstream business plans.
Toben Scott
Born in Comanche Texas. In 2000, graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Petroleum Engineering. From 2000 to 2005, worked as drilling engineer and production engineer in petroleum company in Midland. 2005-2016, founded and built AggieTech Oil, to become an independent Permian Basin oil & gas producer. 2005-2010, founded and built Sweetwater Water Transfer. Expanded from Permian Basin to Barnett, Fayetteville, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Woodford, and Marcellus and sold to Select Energy Services in 2010. 2008-2016, founded and built AggieTech Energy Services, to become an independent pumping unit service provider. Built to become the largest independent pumping unit service provider in the Permian Basin. 2012-2014, founded and built AggieTech SWD, to form a Permian Basin commercial saltwater disposal company. Built to 7 facilities and sold to Oilfield Water Logistics. 2016-current, re-branded AggieTech Oil to Saguaro Petroleum.
October, 2017, Mr. Scott founded Return Disposal to become a Permian Basin cuttings re-injection (CRI) business. April 2017, launched 1st CRI project, Cross Ell SWD in the Howard County Wolfcamp play.
Texas Tech University – Petroleum Industry Advisory Board
President of West Texas Alumni Association of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
Assistant Coach- Permian Mountain Bikers chapter of National Interscholastic Cycling Association
Volunteer Pole Vault Coach- Midland Christian School
Bryan Carroll
General Manager
Born in Comanche Texas. Started his career in the Permian Basin in 2013 at AggieTech SWD Operating. Served in various roles within operations, sales and business development. 2014 AggieTech was acquired by OilField Water Logistics a growing midstream saltwater disposal company in the Permian. Took on a dedicated business development sales role that help grow over 20 million in annual revenue and went from 7 facilities to 14 expanding through the Permian and Delaware Basins.
Mr. Carroll joined Toben Scott in April 2017 to launch a new Solids Cuttings Re-injection facility in Howard County and currently serves as General Manager at Return Disposal.