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2023: Making Measurement Matter

Reading Time: 2 minutes As a busy 2022 wound down, I finally had time to read some of the more interesting ‘things to watch for in 2023’ thought pieces sitting in my inbox. Continued capital discipline as the key indicator of good governance; seismicity; China-India-Russia in the global crude market; ESG is not dead, just changing…

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Oilfield H2O Wyoming Data is Live!

Reading Time: 2 minutes B3 Insight’s comprehensive water data offering for Wyoming is a unique, first of its kind dataset and integrates data for injection wells, production sites, water rights and land parcels in addition to many water management layers…

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Increased Seismic Activity in the Delaware Basin Brings National Scrutiny to Wastewater Disposal Practices

Reading Time: 6 minutes A 5.4M earthquake was recorded in Reeves County on November 16, 23 miles southeast of Mentone, TX, within the North Culberson-Reeves 4.5km Seismicity Response Area (SRA) boundary. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) this is the strongest earthquake to occur in Texas since 1995, and is about six miles from the 4.9M event that occurred on March 26, 2020…

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Wyoming Dataset due for Release on December 5

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are days away from the release of our data set for Wyoming – the first of its kind. In Wyoming, water sourcing is equally or in some cases more important than produced water disposal options…

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Changing Tides for Water Managers

Reading Time: 2 minutes The last few months have been a whirlwind – I haven’t spent this much time on the road in years and it’s been great. I’ve been able to spend time with clients and prospective customers at their offices, conferences, etc…

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Water and Sand: Most Used Global Resources

Reading Time: < 1 minutes The Houston Chronicle recently published an article discussing the rapid growth of mobile sand mines in the Permian Basin. As operators look for ways to further cut costs and reduce their environmental footprint…

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Water, Data, and Trust

Reading Time: 6 minutes Data is in Our DNA A couple of years ago, I managed a consulting project with a young analyst on our team. The project objective

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