Tag Archives: oilfield water management

Two Notable Frac People On The Move

In this asset-intensive business, talent shifts are often ignored. But we believe people matter. We also believe that recruiting datapoints often carry implications for oilfield trends, value creation, and competitive dynamics. Here are two notable moves that caught our attention recently… There’s a lot more to this story… To read …

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Aqua Men-Startups & Stalwarts Will Reshape Oilfield Water

The sense of urgency and rapid changes that now characterize the produced water space are attracting a host of new players. Startups are joining stalwarts in bringing new ideas, infrastructure aggregation concepts, and plenty of dry powder to the table. It’s early days for the oilfield water midstream model… so …

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A(n Underground) River Runs Through It [Guest Post]

Water supply is a critical component of all Permian Basin proppant sand mine operations. Assuming that demand for and production of sand remain high many of the basin mines will need to extend excavations below the water table and consequently address aquifer dewatering issues. In this guest post, three experts …

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