Posts Tagged ‘startup’

Sourcewater CEO Adler leads WSJ ECO:nomics Roundtable on Water Wars in Energy and Agriculture

Boston, Mass., March 17, 2016. Sourcewater, the water exchange for the energy ecosystem, announces its founding chief executive Joshua Adler will be leading a roundtable discussion titled “Water Wars: Water Issues in Energy and Agriculture” at the Wall Street Journal ECO:nomics 2016 conference April 6-8 in Santa Barbara, California. The roundtable lunch discussion will take place on…

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Trending Startups – Joshua Adler

  Joshua Adler Getting water to the right well at the right time is a constant challenge for oil and gas operators, but one startup company is hoping to make it easier and more efficient with an online service called Sourcewater. The following presentation is part of the Technology and the Corporation Conference Series sponsored…

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Ban on Energy Exports

To the Editor: Re “Oil Exports and Renewable Energy” (editorial, Dec. 15): The United States’ ban on energy exports didn’t make sense in 1975, and makes even less sense now. According to the Energy Information Administration report you cite, the ban saves American refiners much less than it costs American energy producers, without benefit to…

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Fracking Water ‘eBay’ Looks To Sidestep Water Systems

  Sara Jerome A company in Boston wants to be a kind of Expedia for water service, according to The Oklahoman, and Xconomy called the company an “eBay” for fracking water. The company, called Sourcewater, is looking to facilitate the water needs of the oil and gas industry and in significant ways, it manages to…

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A Spot Market for Water – Sourcewater Pioneers an Exchange for Trading and Recycling Water for Oil and Gas Production and Other Operations

Eric Bender Studying energy ventures as a Sloan Fellow in 2012, Josh Adler was struck by the enormous expansion of unconventional oil and gas production in recent years. “Anything that’s become that big that fast has to have all kinds of chaos in its supply chains and operations, and all kinds of problems to solve,”…

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Sourcewater—B2B Exchange for Water in Unconventional Energy Production—to Present at Cowen & Company 4th Annual Ultimate Energy Conference

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., November 25, 2014 Sourcewater, an MIT spin-off addressing the critical challenges at the intersection of water supply and energy production, today announced that company founder Josh Adler will address the Cowen & Company 4th Annual Ultimate Energy Conference. The event will be held December 2-3, 2014, at the New York Hilton Midtown in…

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Sourcing Water – MIT startup offers an online marketplace to help energy producers connect with water sources

Amy McIntosh MIT startup offers an online marketplace to help energy producers connect with water sources Hydraulic fracturing is a rapidly growing industry that demands large amounts of water for short periods of time, in locations that often do not have a great supply. W&WD Associate Editor Amy McIntosh spoke with Josh Adler, founder of…

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Sourcewater Builds an eBay for Recycling Fracking Water

  Martin LaMonica, October 2, 2014 Entrepreneur Josh Adler was attending a lecture on fracking at MIT’s Sloan School of Management when the magnitude of the domestic oil and gas boom hit him. Like many Americans, he had no idea that fracking had exploded-there’s on the order of 20 times more drilling with fracking-in just…

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