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Midstream Water

At more than 12 million gallons of water per well, "midstream water" has gained traction in upstream oil & gas.
An overall production slowdown– shaped by lower demand because of COVID-19, geopolitics, and sub-$30 per barrel prices– could, once again, drive increased focus on water management costs in hydraulic fracturing.
Reese Tisdale, President, Bluefield Research

Hydraulic Fracturing’s Rebound? Forecasting Its Impact on Water Management

The hydraulic fracturing sector’s call for water management solutions has been kickstarted by a resurgence of drilling activity in 2017. On the heels of a U.S. horizontal rig count that has climbed past 650– up from a monthly average of 414 in 2016– water demand is again on the rise. But… this is only part of the story. Read More.




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