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Sourcewater has expanded its data offerings to include DirtWork Alert, notifying clients of work on drilling pads and frac ponds, often months in advance of a drilling permit being sought. By Mella McEwen, MRT.com/Midland Reporter-Telegram Sourcewater has developed a crystal ball that lets it predict future drilling activity. This crystal ball comes in the form of…

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Sourcewater scans the entire Permian every 3-5 days to spot well pad construction that predicts new drilling months before permits or rigs Houston, Texas. — February 5, 2020 — Sourcewater, Inc., announced DirtWork Alert, a patented oilfield satellite intelligence service.  DirtWork Alert enables Sourcewater clients to see new Permian Basin oilfield development on the ground…

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Read the full report here. The data-driven Sourcewater platform quantifies, visualizes and predicts oilfield water production and disposal in the Permian Basin and other U.S. shale plays SANTA CLARA, California, Dec. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Based on its recent analysis of the North American upstream oil and gas (O&G) water supply chain market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Sourcewater, Inc. with…

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Sourcewater, Inc., the leader in oilfield water intelligence, has closed a $7.2 million Series A share offering led by Bison Technologies, Marubeni Corp and major energy family offices. Houston, Texas, September 3, 2019: Sourcewater, Inc., the leading provider of oilfield water intelligence, closed a $7.2 million Series A share offering led by Bison Technologies, with major…

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Sourcewater, a Houston-based oilfield water intelligence company, recently acquired a competitor and is considering further acquisitions, said CEO Josh Adler. Adler, who is the principal owner, initially founded the company in 2014 as an online oilfield water and recycling marketplace, he said. He soon realized that the developing water ecosystem was generating demand for more…

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Based on volumes of production, the industry that calls itself “the oil and gas business” should properly be called the “saltwater business.” In some conventional and most shale plays, there are six or eight barrels (bbl) of water brought to the surface for every barrel equivalent of hydrocarbons. What to do with it? Posted on midstreambusiness.com…

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