Oilfield Water Weekly
Wednesday November 18, 2020
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Here is this week’s oilfield water news…
Blue Quail Energy Services acquires Fluid Delivery Solutions
The company has acquired, through a related entity, substantially all of the assets of Fluid Delivery Solutions LLC. FDS is one of the nation’s largest water transfer companies and will give Blue Quail a footprint in the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shales in South and East Texas and the Marcellus and Utica Basins in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
What Does Water Midstream Have In Common With Carbon Capture?
Chris Weyand asks... look familiar? Interested to watch how carbon capture and storage asset development parallels produced water midstream in the oilfield.
Online portal for produced water data reporting goes live
New Mexico’s Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) Oil Conservation Division (OCD) has just launched a new online portal for submitting water use reports within the oil and gas industry.
Purdue-Led Team Advances in DOE Contest in Treating Produced Water
Indiana-based team aims to use high-temperature solar heat and a hybrid of desalination technologies to purify high salinity water, both in produced water applications in the Permian Basin and other oil and gas operations.
What's Trending In UIC Applications
Cumulative authorized daily injection volumes for new wells indicate that new volume - and LOTS of it - is still being approved.
Weld County oil and gas spill report for Nov. 23
NOBLE ENERGY INC., reported Nov. 20 a historical tank battery spill about 2 miles southeast of Kersey, near Weld County roads 57 and 52 1/2. An unknown amount of oil, condensate and produced water spilled.
Western Midstream Releases Inaugural ESG Report
Western Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE: WES) ("WES" or "Western Midstream") announced the release of its inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report.
WATER TALENT POOL: Midstream Water Company Hiring Water Reuse Forman in Carlsbad, NM
A water midstream company, is actively searching for a Water Reuse Foreman to manage produced water recycling operations at mobile facilities in the Carlsbad, NM area.
WATER TALENT POOL: Houston Midstream Water Company Hiring Planning & Performance Manager
Planning & Performance Manager - Hydraulic Engineering
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks public input for the dunes sagebrush lizard in West Texas
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) [has] announced a notice of availability and request for public comment for an Enhancement of Survival Permit Application and draft Environmental Assessment for the dunes sagebrush lizard, a rare species found only in the active and semi-stable shinnery oak dunes in the Permian Basin of West Texas and southeastern New Mexico.
Could OPEC's house of cards collapse?
All is not well in the house of OPEC.
Expect more consolidation in oil industry through mid-2021
Mergers will continue to shrink the industry...
EVX Midstream Highlights SWD Activity In S TX Coming Back
Beautiful morning in South Texas! Great to see activity coming back. Thankful to be serving our customers!
iPIPE Selects Orbital Sidekick as Partner for Pipeline Monitoring Project
Orbital Sidekick will provide targeted monitoring in the oil and gas industry to detect and prevent leaks
Brent oil hits 8-month high on hopes for vaccine in weeks
Global oil prices hit the highest level since March as hopes for a vaccine rollout within weeks brightened the outlook for fuel consumption.
Case Study: Bedrock Automation reduces water-management costs
Bedrock Automation announced that an upstream service provider has implemented a Bedrock OSA Remote secure control node in a fracking water-transfer application.
New Mexico increases enforcement of clean-up at oil sites
The New Mexico State Land Office that oversees thousands of oil and natural gas development leases in a major U.S. petroleum-production basin is expanding environmental enforcement efforts to ensure that oilfield sites get cleaned up and restored as leases expire.
Enservco Sees Frac Water Demand Coming Back...
Demand for frac water heating picked up consistently heading into late fall and consequently, in the fourth and first quarters, which we refer to as our heating season, traditionally our strongest quarters in terms of revenue and profitability.