In an exclusive video roundtable, Hart Energy recently hosted leaders from Oilfield Water Logistics, WaterBridge and the Produced Water Society to discuss the water management industry’s recovery.
State and local pressure is building in New Mexico to ban the use of fresh water in hydraulic fracturing, but measures will likely see significant pushback.
As completions declined in 2020, so went demand for frac water. But wells that were still online didn’t stop producing it. Here’s the latest on H2O availability, recycling and disposal as operators begin to ramp back up.
Select Energy Services Inc., a leading provider of water management and chemical solutions to the U.S. unconventional oil and gas industry, said Jan. 4 that the board of directors has appointed John D. Schmitz as the CEO and president of the company effective January 3, 2021.
The technology is currently being used in the oil and gas production market where Energy Water Solutions says it not only offers cost-effective evaporation of produced water, but also benefits from an extremely low emissions profile.
This service provider offers a look at multiple successful pilot programs with operators in the Appalachian Basin demonstrating the merits of an integrated water management platform.
Today’s featured Forty Under 40 honoree is Virginia “Ginny” Kadlick, general counsel at XRI Holdings LLC, the Midland, Texas-based company at the forefront of reshaping water management in the energy industry.
WesTech Engineering Inc., an employee-owned company, and JS&S (Water Holdings) Inc., a subsidiary of John Swire & Sons Ltd., have signed a membership interest purchase agreement (MIPA) for the sale of WesTech to Swire.
Hartree Refining Co. LLC, an affiliate of Hartree Partners LP, said Nov. 16 it has completed the acquisition of Targa Resources Corp.’s membership interests in Targa Channelview LLC. The transaction closed in October 2020.