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New Mexico is making progress! Yesterday a NM Senate bill that would restrict the use of freshwater by oil and gas operations in most cases, and assess penalties for spills, passed the Senate Conservation Committee Tuesday and proceeded through the Legislature.
Covid-19 has affected the world in ways we don’t often think about. One is energy usage. Globally, the energy market has seen the largest reduction in consumption in 70 years. In the first quarter of 2020, demand for energy fell by 3.8% compared to 2019....
Colorado is home to close to 60,000 active oil and gas wells. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, part of the Department of Natural Resources, is charged with regulating all oil and gas actions in the state, including produced water disposal. “The...
IX Power Clean Water and Kingdom Agriculture Technologies team up to Fulfill Global Need for Advanced Water Treatment Technology
IX Power Clean Water (IX Water) and Kingdom Agriculture Technologies (Kingdom Ag) have teamed up to cross market, sell, and distribute their water treatment products and systems. “This collaboration means that both our companies will be able to reach out and solve more water issues for agriculture, heavy industry, manufacturing, and oil and gas operations,” said John R. (Grizz) Deal, CEO of IX Power Clean Water.
IX Power Clean Water uses innovative new technology to treat and clean wastewater/produced water from oil and gas operations that requires no chemicals and is significantly cheaper than trucking and reinjecting that water. This allows a dramatic amount of fresh water to be saved for people, livestock and agriculture.
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...
The rulemakings changed the COGCC’s mission from “fostering” to “regulating” oil and gas development in a manner that protects public health, safety, welfare, the environment and wildlife resources.
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).
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