Oilfield Water Weekly

Issue #44 | Permian Hard Freeze

If you are opening this email in the Permian Basin, we hope you are staying warm and your water is fluid, not frozen. The “feels like” temp in some corners of far West Texas and New Mexico this morning was in the single digits. Snow has been falling heavy throughout

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Issue #43 | Ray Jay’s 50-Page Water Primer

Raymond James research analysts sent a 50-page primer on the US oilfield water midstream sector to their clients on Monday.  In some exciting news for readers of this newsletter, the Raymond James team generously granted us permission to share the summary note accompanying their big water deep dive. You can

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Issue #42 | Cover Of The Rolling Stone

Produced water just made the cover of the Rolling Stone – not the paper magazine but the associated website. Rolling Stone’s homepage carried an extensive feature (8,500+ words) on produced water as their top story yesterday. Not surprisingly, the coverage isn’t flattering. NORM is portrayed as a universal trait in

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Issue #41 | If Money Talks, $7 Trillion Dollars Shouts

Yesterday, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said in an open letter to clients and CEOs that the investment firm has decided to vote with its trillions of dollars worth of shares in support of climate resolutions, sustainability, ESG, etc. BlackRock is the world’s largest money manager, with $7 trillion dollars in

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Issue #40 | Water Theme Watch List

2020 is off to a fast start, picking up right where 2019 left off with a ton of deal-making news in water midstream. Before we get to a jam packed news digest this week, here are five big picture themes on our radar for the business of oilfield water management

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Issue #39 | 2019 In Oilfield Water Weekly Headlines…

Happy New Year! Thank you for joining us each week as we carefully curate the most important oilfield water industry news and analysis for business leaders. Thanks also to everyone who attended, spoke, or sponsored at the two unique industry conferences we hosted in 2019. It is because of what

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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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