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Predicting the Future: Why the Upstream Water Management Industry Needs a Water Marketplace

February 25, 2017

Benjamin Reed | Sourcewater February 25, 2017   As the Shale Boom took full swing in 2009, U.S. hydrocarbon production doubled, and Texas crude production jumped 250%.   U.S. oil and gas producers rushed to drill and frac as many wells as possible in hopes of capitalizing on the $100+ price of oil. The world…

Eagle Ford Frack Water Challenges To Parallel Price Recovery

October 24, 2016

Steve Toon Editor-In-Chief, Oil and Gas Investor Hart Energy Wednesday, September 28, 2016 – 11:21am SAN ANTONIO—Despite the sharp fall in the number of wells being drilled in the Eagle Ford Shale over the past couple years, a significant increase in lateral lengths and proppant loading has actually elevated the amount of water used in…

Sourcewater – Helping SWDs Stay Afloat in Turbulent Times

February 11, 2016

  Sponsored Content Among the many challenges operators face in this down-market, produced water management remains their single largest operating expense. Across the board, onshore E&P’s have significantly reduced capital investment – rig counts are down and operators have high-graded assets. Yet, while ongoing declines in the price of oil further suppress drilling and completion…

Minimizing the Risk of Bankruptcy with Efficient Oilfield Water Management

January 19, 2016

Sponsored Content For many years the industry has discussed the importance of the Energy-Water Nexus. This term highlights the interconnection and critical nature of water in energy production and conversely the requirement of energy for water production. Professionals in the upstream energy sector live and work within this Nexus on a daily basis. Water is…