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Water for Fracking: Forecasts and Trends in Water Management, Q1 2019

13 February 2019
Quarterly Insight

The hydraulic fracturing landscape continues to evolve, with water management and related costs playing a more significant role. The midstream water sector is developing, not only because of outside, financial investors, but the strategies being deployed are taking shape.

Bluefield’s team of water experts track the ongoing oil & gas exploration and related water management demands across the U.S., with specific focus on 14 basins driving unconventional activity.

In this Quarterly Insight, available to U.S. Industrial Water clients, we look at:

  • Key Market Drivers & Trends
  • Water Management Spend Outlook
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Policy Landscape

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