E&P Magazine - March 2020
The March edition of E&P is our special 2020 water management techbook issue. Chapters include an overview, key players, technology, midstream and case studies.
As I See It
The oil and gas industry continues to find solutions to the slippery challenge of managing its water needs.
An ecological solution repurposes produced water from oil and gas E&P operations for irrigation.
As an early developer of Appalachia shale, Range Resources quickly identified the benefits of a full-scale water reuse program.
Reduced emissions and lower operating costs are objectives for the stimulation fleet of the future.
Explorers ensure oil and gas resource availability during the energy transition.
Remote monitoring of water treatment creates efficiency by letting a few people monitor whole oil and gas fields.
A new system provides real-time analysis of produced water chemistry.
The requirements for efficiently managing produced water from oil and gas operations are shifting as volumes increase.
The founder, former chairman and president of Clayton Williams Energy Inc. was the Hart Energy Industry Leadership Award recipient in November 2018.
Service providers and research institutions are finding ways to use water more intelligently at decreased costs and in an environmentally friendly manner.
Service companies continue to innovate to improve operational efficiencies in the water management sector.
An advanced technology reduces wastewater costs and improves oil production.
Greater water usage by oil and gas producers is necessitating new infrastructure projects from increasingly specialized operators.
With returns in question, oil and gas operators look to divest cost-prohibitive operations.
A new technology helps oil and gas operators reduce injections by up to 90%.
On The Move
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