An operator increases produced water recycling and reduces produced water injection via water midstream infrastructure in Midland County.
For an industry less than a decade into its development, water management has emerged as a crucial component of upstream oil and gas development.
Founding Members of the council include EagleClaw Midstream, Pioneer Natural Resources and H2O Midstream, among others.
The initial project, which began in late May, supported a NGL customers’ highly efficient simultaneous fracturing, or simul-frac, completion activities in New Mexico’s Lea County within the northern Delaware Basin.
John Robitaille, CEO of Encore Green Environmental, explains how partnering with agriculture to economically treat produced water could improve the carbon footprint of oil and gas producers.
The Texas Produced Water Consortium will bring together industry, stakeholders and university expertise to grow understanding and formulate research for produced water management in Texas.
The purchase of Fountain Quail water treatment technology and equipment formerly known as NOMAD adds a proven desalination system, Encore Green Environmental Technologies & Licensing said.
Breakwater Energy Partners expanded its Big Spring Recycling System into Martin County and is developing two additional commercial facilities in the Midland Basin, the company said on June 21.
Under the current market conditions, it is easy to want to use the lowest cost per gallon chemistry that is available. However, when all factors are considered, paying more per gallon to utilize high-performance intelligent chemistry can lower well completion costs and improve completion efficiency while preserving freshwater natural resources.
Hibernia’s produced water assets in the Permian directly overlay XRI’s existing midstream infrastructure and recycling assets in the Midland Basin, “an area where XRI has significant operating expertise,” says XRI CEO Matthew Gabriel.