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Watch this informative video interview from the Digital Wildcatters and FreightWaves virtual event: Evolve – The Next Evolution of Oil & Gas. The discussion with Josh Adler, founder and CEO of Sourcewater, and host Max Gagliardi, co-founder of Ancova, covers topics including: The cost of moving water and how to improve efficiency and identify new…

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Originally posted on YouTube by Digital Roughnecks Mark Smith of Digital Roughnecks sits down with the CEO of Sourcewater, Josh Adler. At the start, Sourcewater aimed to map and market the water needed in hydraulic fracturing. Today, Josh and his team have created AI and machine learning technologies capable of mapping nearly every commodity and…

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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