Josh Adler, Sourcewater CEO, will discuss industry breakthrough water management solutions at the 22nd IPEC Conference in Denver on November 17th. His presentation aligns with the conference goals to improve the science of oil and gas environmental improvements.
BOSTON, Massachusetts, November 11, 2015 — Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler will be speaking at the 22nd International Petroleum Environmental Conference (IPEC) on November 17th at 2:20 pm at the Hyatt Hotel downtown in downtown Denver, Colorado. He will present information about his company’s innovative water exchange for the energy ecosystem. This year’s conference focuses on “Water Management Issues,” Soil, Surface Water and Groundwater Remediation” and “Advanced Environmental Diagnostics.” Sourcewater uses an online platform to solve water management challenges within the energy industry, such as finding water, recycling water and most importantly, water disposal. The company has potential to change the way the energy industry handles water as a whole.
Since the price of oil has plummeted to less than $50 per barrel, cutting costs is essential for operators. Adler states, “The cost of disposing of produced water could be the difference between staying in business or plugging wells and going home.” Sourcewater’s water exchange allows finding and disposing of necessary water in a fraction of the time, saving time and money for operators and transporters.
About Sourcewater: Sourcewater is an online exchange for conserving freshwater resources and creating market incentives for recycling water while enhancing the security of water supplies for unconventional energy producers. Sourcewater was envisioned by Josh Adler when he was an MIT Sloan Fellow for Innovation and Global Leadership in the Energy Ventures program.
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About CEO Josh Adler: Adler is a serial entrepreneur, veteran dealmaker and world-class communicator who has founded energy, real estate, medical technology and Internet companies, raised, managed and invested hundreds of millions of dollars and served as a senior economic policy official for the United States Treasury Department. He is a graduate of Yale University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Economist.
Josh Adler, CEO