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New New Mexico Regulations

New Mexico is now requiring oil and gas operators to report a bit of information regarding water use. Companies will have to report how much water is used to complete a well. Between two and eight million gallons of water is used to frack a well. The New Mexico Bureau...

NASA licenses commercial development of tech to IX Power Clean Water

NASA licenses commercial development of tech to IX Power Clean Water

NASA’S Kennedy Space Center has licensed its new patented Ammonia Recovery System to Colorado-based IX Water Treatment, a division of IX  Power Clean Water for commercial development. “We are looking forward to bringing this amazing technology from space to terrestrial markets,” said John R. (Grizz) Deal, CEO of IX Power Clean Water (aka IX Water).

All shook up?

All shook up?

IX Power Clean Water can safely and cost-efficiently clean this wastewater for reuse – for agriculture, livestock, onsite at the oil rig, and so much more. Voila! Use the wastewater instead of reinjecting it and losing this valuable resource which is needed so badly in the parched West. Learn more: StartEngine.com/ix-water

A step toward making it illegal …

A step toward making it illegal …

The move to make produced water spills illegal is a move toward getting the problem of this toxic waste water under control for the oil & gas industry, and the environment – a problem that is costly for both. An even better move would be to TREAT & CLEAN that water with IX Power Clean Water’s (IX Water) highly efficient and cost-effective new technology.

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