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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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MIT alum’s website helps companies find, ship, and recycle water, reducing environmental impact. Rob Matheson | MIT News Office January 4, 2017 MIT alumnus Josh Adler MBA ’13 is a matchmaker. In the mid-1990s, he launched and sold Amour.com, one of the first online matchmaking websites, which is still operating today.   Two decades later,…

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  Russ Capper sits down with Josh Adler, Founder and CEO of Sourcewater, the water exchange for the energy ecosystem. They discuss the significant cost of water in the production of unconventionals, and the potential savings offered by using Sourcewater’s online exchange for water sourcing, recycling, hauling and disposal. Click here to watch the full…

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Marcus Gay, Novus Technical Services LLC Wednesday, October 26, 2016 – 9:30am   There are few good options for water sourcing and disposal for upstream energy producers in Pennsylvania. The practical solution that has evolved in the region is operator-to-operator trades of produced fluid and freshwater. Most operators have participated in at least one or…

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  The Oil & Gas Awards announced this year’s annual Northeast Oil & Gas Awards recipients in recognition of those companies who excel in the key areas of Health & Safety, Operational Excellence, Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Stewardship. For Immediate Release / Thursday, March 31, 2016 / News Release Sourcewater, Inc. attended the…

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