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Water Exchange for the Energy Ecosystem
Water Exchange for the Energy Ecosystem

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This article should be titled "How Technology is Revolutionizing the Oilfield."

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“How did learning of the fracking boom lead to developing Sourcewater?”

We’ve seen this a few times, like the rise of the Internet in the 90s, or the rise of personal computers and related software in the 80s. But you don’t see that kind of growth in an industry very often in your lifetime. My reaction was, “Wow, how do I get involved?”

Read the full interview with industry leader, Josh Adler about what it takes for water management, #entrepreneurship.

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Online water management company Sourcewater was presented with the New Technology Development of the Year Award March 30 at the 2016 Northeast Oil & Gas Awards in Pittsburgh, PA. The Awards recognize innovative accomplishments in the Upstream and Midstream sectors of the Oil & Gas Industry.

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Flip a light switch, open a faucet. Energy development, generation, transmission and consumption all have one thing in common – they require HUGE amounts of water.

Like a double-edged sword, an inherent duality ties energy development and water together. Millions of gallons are required to bring new wells online, and alternately, the issue of water conservation is more clearly defined, along with a solution -- managing the flow of water to and from where it’s required.

Utilizing a specialized online marketplace, Sourcewater enables energy companies to minimize water management costs and further reduce environmental and community impacts by ensuring access to a reliable, mission-critical water supply chain

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A tsunami of produced water suddenly has no place to go.

Before the oil price collapse produced water associated with new well completions was repurposed and used for fracking other wells.

But with new drilling and well completion levels approaching historic lows, produced water is flooding storage and companies are often left with two options -- dispose of it with an injection well or transport it to distant and seemingly elusive wastewater treatment plants.

E&P’s need their ‪#wastewater‬ to flow somewhere, and treatment plants are happy to oblige. With a specialized online platform, Sourcewater connects E&P’s with interested parties to efficiently channel produced water back into the unconventional energy ecosystem.

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Still wondering what Sourcewater does and how it works? Watch IHS Analyst Samir Nangia interview Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler at CERAWeek and learn how Sourcewater is slashing E&P companies' single biggest operating expense to help them survive low energy prices.  - http://bit.ly/1o7mC1q
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"Treating water – all water – as a valuable natural resource is our only path to sustaining global growth in this century,” says Sourcewater Founding CEO Josh Adler who will speak on Tuesday, April 19th at The Global Water Summit in Abu Dhabi in a session titled, “Creating Value: Municipalities and Industry.” Adler's appearance is sponsored by Veolia. #GWS2016

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Sourcewater founder Joshua Adler will lead a roundtable discussion on “Water Wars: Water Issues in Energy and Agriculture” at the Wall Street Journal ECO:nomics 2016 conference April 6-8 in Santa Barbara, California.

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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette interviewed the founding CEO of Sourcewater, Josh Adler, on creating a marketplace for fracwater. Sourcewater is the "Expedia" of water services for the oil and gas industry, allowing companies that need water, those that need disposal, and those that offer water services to connect. 

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Sourcewater, an online marketplace for water management in the energy ecosystem, announced today that Josh Adler, founder and CEO, will present “Making a Case for Water Sharing” at the 6th Annual Low Cost Produced Water Management: Marcellus and Utica Congress 2016 in Pittsburgh, PA.
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