Tag: Recycle Water

From Water Technology Magazine on September 27: “It’s no secret that the demand for hydraulic fracturing in the Permian Basin is on the rise. What is less commonly understood is how the high completion activity is affecting water demand in the area. For example, a fracturing job in the Permian today typically requires between 300,00 […]

More contamination news: Pipeline spills 270,000 liters of produced water in northern Alberta! Why the concern? It’s just WATER … Well, no. Produced water is the water that comes up with oil and gas when drilling takes place.  Millions and millions of barrels of produced water is generated each year, and most petroleum companies either […]

The Huffington Post just published a story on August 15 entitled “Fracking Water Use Skyrockets, Creating 1,440 Percent More Toxic Wastewater.” See the whole story HERE. I do applaud HuffPost for taking on this story.  It’s tough for most mainstream consumer media to get this issue right – and HuffPost has fallen into the same factual […]

So writes Mary Holcomb, Assistant Editor for Hart Energy’s Digital News Group. We’ve been saying it all along! In her interview with Joel Mack, she quotes Mack as saying, “By streamlining, consolidating and offloading the responsibility of water management from individual producers to service providers, he said producers will gain revenue for building out, developing […]

As seen in the Golden Transcript Newspaper GOLDEN COMPANY OFFERING CLEANER TECHNOLOGY IDEAS TO THE CHINESE Christy Steadman csteadman@coloradocommunitymedia.com John “Grizz” Deal, the CEO of IX Power Clean Water based in Golden, is no stranger to China. He’s been travelling there for more than a decade to conduct business. But on June 6 and 7, […]

PRESS RELEASE GOLDEN, CO, July 26, 2018– Water technology is one of the most promising opportunities for investors today, and IX Power Clean Water is now providing people with an eye toward the future an opportunity to participate in the lucrative $150 billion per year industry focused on “produced water” from oil & gas, mining, […]

The debate over “produced water” from the oil & gas industry continues to heat up. Note this story from Adam Wilmoth at The Oklahoman newspaper on Sunday, July 22. KINGFISHER — A growing fight in the heart of Oklahoma’s oil patch pits local control against state regulators, private property owners against the state’s largest industry […]

It’s news, but it’s not surprising news – the American West is not just experiencing drought. (Drought is a temporary condition.) We are going through aridification – the period of transition when a location becomes increasingly and permanently water scarce. How will our western states survive? What can we do to prepare for this coming challenge? […]

A new study that looks at water competition between cities & agriculture has found that URBAN water demand in 482 of world’s largest cities will increase by 80% by 2050, leading to an acute urban surface-water deficit. What will we do?! Learn about recycling at buff.ly/2y3b3CZ. Read the story at: How agriculture can ease the […]