Oilfield Water Weekly
Wednesday March 9, 2022
Here is this week’s industry news…
Texas Pacific Land Corporation and Aris Water Solutions Announce Expansion of Alliance
This enhanced alliance allows TPL and Aris to coordinate service to customers more efficiently across the core of the Delaware Basin, spanning Loving, Reeves, and Culberson Counties, Texas, while optimizing utilization of their combined asset portfolio.
12 Key Permian Water Challenges
Did you make it to B3's Ripple Effects Summit or Oilfield Water Connection's Water Markets Conference? The oilfield water industry is assessing the effects of the recent, major changes in market forces for the Permian energy industry.
REPLAY: Sourcenergy Presentation, Part 1: Introduction to Seismic Response Areas (SRA)
The 2nd annual Oilfield Water Markets conference took place in early March 2022. In this replay, you can watch Part 1 of the presentation from Sourcenergy CEO Josh Adler.
Oil market’s big winners: ‘Little guys’ who are eager to drill
Small operators race to produce more crude with big players on sidelines; ‘almost too good to be true’.
Small Private E&Ps Are Now The Majority In Shale Drilling
Since 2020, the private E&P activity in the unconventional drilling mix has moved up substantially.
Hess Water Investment
Hess Corporation has invested in the expansion of the Texas Water Action Collaborative (TxWAC) to the entire Trinity River Basin. This investment is foundational in bringing funding and partners to conservation projects along the Trinity to provide benefits for water volume, water quality, air quality, and biodiversity.
Yesterday Was World Water Day
Groundwater is invisible, but its impact is visible everywhere. Out of sight, under our feet, groundwater is a hidden treasure that enriches our lives. Almost all of the liquid freshwater in the world is groundwater.
The Big Picture: PepsiCo Announces New Innovations and Partnerships To Be "Net Water Positive" By 2030
PepsiCo, Inc. announced several new innovations, investments and partnerships to progress against its ambition to be Net Water Positive by 2030, aiming to replenish more water than the company uses.
Wells Fargo, Others Arrange Select Energy’s ABL Transition to Sustainability-Linked Facility
Select Energy Services, a leading provider of sustainable full life cycle water and chemical solutions to the U.S. unconventional oil and gas industry, successfully transitioned its existing Asset-Backed Loan facility into a Sustainability-Linked Loan facility, while extending the facility through March of 2027.
New Water Potential Water Re-Usage Plan for Midland
Water from fracking can now be tested and transported at a more efficient cost, making their way safely to your faucet. And now droughts may no longer be an issue with more consistent soil.
Pa. on list of states where fracking is most prevalent
Stacker analyzed data from FracFocus, a national hydraulic fracturing chemical registry, to rank states with the most fracking wells.
North Dakota's daily oil output could climb 100,000 barrels by year's end, regulator estimates
North Dakota’s oil output could climb another 100,000 barrels per day by the end of 2022 amid high crude prices, a state energy regulator estimates.
New initiative aims to celebrate US energy workers
USA Energy Workers and a website, lets the nation’s 3.1 million energy workers tell their stories and offers an online gathering for them, their families and friends.
Solugen Makes Number 2 On List Of World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies
Houston's fast-rising bio-chemical manufacturing company Solugen is No. 2 on Fast Company’s 2022 list of the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies. http://ow.ly/EHRq50Igpn1
Blackbuck Resources Is One Of Fastest Growing Companies
Blackbuck Resources made the 2022 #IncRegionals list of fastest-growing companies in the Southwest.
Athabasca Minerals Signs Definitive Agreement with Al-Pac for Repurposing Treated Waste-Water for AMI's Prosvita Sand Project
Athabasca Minerals Inc. enters agreement with Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. for the construction, operation, and supply of treated industrial wastewater for AMI's Prosvita Sand Project, which borders Al-Pac's industrial operations in Athabasca County, Alberta.
Overseas: Colombia presents a plan to conserve water with the use of technology
Some objectives are to reduce 66 per cent of freshwater captured and zero discharges to surface waters by 2045
Whiptail Midstream acquires DJR Energy’s gathering systems in the San Juan Basin
Whiptail Midstream announced that the company has acquired the oil, gas, and water gathering assets of DJR Energy in the Gallup oil window of the San Juan Basin.
PHOTOS: Campbell County firefighters respond to SWD fire
CASPER, Wyo. — The Campbell County Fire Department said Monday that firefighters responded to a fire at a water injection oilfield site on Black and Yellow Road at around noon Sunday.
Nebraska and Colorado Are Fighting Over Water After 99 Years of Sharing Rights
Fearing development in Colorado, Nebraska plans canal to lay claim to water from South Platte River before its neighbor uses it up
Groups: DEQ not doing enough on ‘unlawful’ gas-field discharges
Conservationists find troubling water samples, want permit review after DEQ eased testing requirements for Moneta Divide pollution.
Old News, But More Coverage: NGL Energy Partners Collaborates to Increase Recycled and Reused Produced Water Volumes
NGL Energy Partners is collaborating with XRI Holdings to advance full cycle produced water management across operations in the prolific Delaware Basin.
Billion-Dollar Wastewater Infrastructure Upgrades May Already Be Outdated
As the country grapples with woefully outdated wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, much of the work being done to confront the problem may become outdated before it’s even complete.
Chems Shortage Coming Next In Oilfield Water?
"I believe we are at point of the “calm before the storm with material shortages” we are already starting to see the Spring season demand and $100+ oil demand on products which is driving up prices. "
Heartland Announces $45M Investment from The Baupost Group
Heartland Water Technology, Inc., an industry-leading provider of wastewater treatment technologies, today announced the closing of a $45 million investment round by Boston-based investment manager The Baupost Group, L.L.C.
DCP Midstream Announces Sustainability-Linked Amendment and Renewal of Revolving Credit Facility
DCP Midstream, LP (NYSE: DCP) announced the amendment and renewal of its $1.4 billion revolving credit facility, which now includes sustainability-linked pricing metrics.
U.S. Shale Oil and Gas Are the Key to a Renewable Future
The Permian Basin can be the cleanest hydrocarbon source in the world.
Sand “Rationing” In South Texas As Eagle Ford Proppant Market Swings Into Undersupply
The sand pinch felt first in West Texas last month is now being felt in a big way in South Texas, and the past two to three weeks have seen buying conditions become much more challenging.