Horizontal fracking revolutionized the oil and gas industry a decade ago, opening up access to natural resources previously thought inaccessible deep underground.
Now the industry is ready for its next revolution: shifting the costly water management paradigm from waste to revenue stream.
Not only do oilfield developers use a lot of fresh water – 2.2 billion barrels in 2017 – they end up with a lot of briny water they have to dispose of – 660 million barrels last year, according to Boston-based…
Houston Biz Journal
Green technology poised to disrupt oil and gas water management process