Oilfield Water Weekly

Issue #38 | Plenty Of H2O News This Holiday Week…

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! And best wishes for a prosperous New Year in 2020 to all Oilfield Water Weekly readers. It will be a brand new year when our next newsletter arrives in your inbox. We look forward to seeing many of you in person in 2020 (especially in May).

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Issue #37 | It’s The Most Wonderful Time…

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… to sign up for a sponsor opportunity at our flagship 2020 oilfield water markets conference in DFW next year.  Before this week’s water market news digest, here are ten great reasons to act now and reserve your sponsorship package before Christmas: The

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Issue #36 | The Water Tax Men

Last week’s newsletter shared the first round of results from an impromptu anonymous survey that asked prominent executives the question: “what qualifies a water management firm as water midstream?” This is part two…. After we sent the newsletter a week ago, four additional responses found their way into our inbox.

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Issue #35 | “Water Midstream” Worthiness?

If we only had a dollar for every time we’ve heard the phrase “Water Midstream” this year… we’d be rich! It’s been THE hottest buzzword in all of shale during 2019. A handful of oilfield water management companies have presented as water midstream firms pretty much since their inception (some

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Issue #33 | Mapping Goodnight

There is news out this morning from Goodnight Midstream. The water midstream firm is expanding in the Eagle Ford and has fully integrated Wyatt Water, which they acquired in 2017. The fact that Goodnight is building “Rooster” (a new SWD facility in DeWitt County in the Eagle Ford) got us

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Issue #32 | Tidal Wave Delay?

The outlook for 2020 US E&P upstream spending has faltered over the past four to six weeks. Six months ago, consensus 2020 E&P capex expectations were flat year-over-year. Now consensus is coming down and triangulating on a 10-15% contraction next year. While the water management sector is far better insulated

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Issue #31 | Enough Is Enough!

Before getting to the news digest today, we are hopping on the soapbox for just a minute here. Last year, there were no oilfield water events entirely dedicated to capital markets, supply chain management, M&A, procurement and marketplace issues. Following the success of our two 2019 events (hat tip to

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Issue #30 | Remember Reader’s Digest?

Do you remember the American general-interest family magazine Reader’s Digest? Ok…ok… so maybe we are showing our age a little bit around here, even though the publication is still around. Before the Internet came along though, that little paperback was a must-read page-turner. Reader’s Digest was the original click-bait before

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Issue #29 | Best House In A Bad Neighborhood

In a newsflow spotlight section in today’s digest below, you’ll find a series of articles from the past week that we’ve categorized as “TROUBLE IN SHALE.” It will come as no surprise to our informed readership that the tight oil and shale gas industries are under intense pressure these days.

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