Who is Sourcewater?
Why should I use Sourcewater?
We are the only company in the world that offers produced water intelligence visualizing and analyzing where produced water is coming from by individual operator leases and going to by disposals, where disposal shortages may be, while providing a detailed accounting of every upstream operator's entire disposal vendor MSA list.
What type of intelligence do you provide?
We provide data and intelligence for upstream oilfield water (sourcing, disposal, and recycling) and completions activity.
We offer detailed map and table format based visualization of where produced water is generated from by every oil and gas operator's well and where the water is going to by SWD. Saltwater disposal utilization by pressure and injected produced water volume is instantly presented in simple to use and interactive graphics in our online mapping portal. Compare and contrast operator produced water volumes, historical oil and gas production, and which SWD has the largest market share by region.
What are the benefits of using your intelligence products?
How can I access your data/market intelligence?
Is your data reliable and how do I know it is accurate?
How current is your data and how often is your data updated?
We research, mine, clean, process, and publish dozens of data sets. Every data set has a unique update schedule. The update frequency of every dataset depends on the source that the data set comes from and the techniques that are used to extract or process the data.
For example our disposal and drilling permits are published daily, while our P-18 skim oil reports are updated weekly. Yet, the P-18 skim oil reports are typically lagging by one to three months due to the Texas RRC's lag in processing and publishing this specific data set. Similarly, the H-10 disposal utilization data set is reported on an annual basis by disposal companies, but, within this report, the total produced water volumes that are injected into each Saltwater Disposal are itemized on a monthly basis.
Our satellite analysis data is currently processed monthly, but will soon be processed on a weekly basis. Despite the expected weekly updates, factors out of our control (like cloud cover and the frequency of when satellites pass over our areas of operation) can disrupt the data update schedule.
Where does your data come from?
What are the limitations of your data sets?
Every data set has it's limitations. For example, P-18 skim oil reports are key to understanding where produced water is generated by lease and goes to by SWD. We use this data set to draw our "spider charts" connecting the oil and gas leases to the related saltwater disposals. Yet, this data set is only available in the State of Texas. As a result, this type of analysis is also limited to the State of Texas.
What if I am not tech/computer savy?
Not a problem! We built our easy-to-use online mapping platform to give non-technical users the ability to gain powerful insights from complex and hard-to-access data sets.
What makes you different than other oil and gas data providers?
Why shouldn't I continue to find this data and market intelligence by myself?
What types of clients work with you and who typically uses your products and services?
We work with a range of clients that use our products and services for hundreds of unique use cases. We work mostly with upstream energy operators, water midstream companies, water brokers, energy investors, saltwater disposal companies, land owners, water treatment and re-use companies, water hauling/logistic providers, water transfer and management companies, and other types of oilfield service companies.