It’s hard to believe that we are already well into January 2018! During our first all company meeting of 2018, the team shared some year end wins including some exciting new customer acquisitions, product developments, and an overview of important initiatives we are pursuing as jump into the new year. I was impressed by how […]
Kelly Bennett, Managing Partner of Water Sage, takes a look back at what the team has accomplished in 2016 and what we’re planning for 2017.
June is shaping up to be a busy month for the Water Sage team! From conferences and summits in all four of our current coverage states, to our upcoming version 2.0 launch for Colorado and cultivating a few very exciting partnerships, we are looking forward to a great June. Check out our events section on the blog for more details about where you can meet the team!
Check out our Water Sage Texas page to learn more about the service. We are excited to release Texas in our new Version 2.0 platform, which gives you the ability to do detailed searches and analysis of land, water rights, wells, and the host of administrative regions in Texas that govern groundwater development.
Water use in the oilfield is the center of one of the most contentious debates in energy. The complicated nature of the oilfield water lifecycle is a key reason for concerns about how much water gets used to produce oil and gas. This is the first in a series of posts in which we will shed some light on how water gets used in oil and gas production and how new technologies are changing the lifecycle of water in the oilfield.