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Water Management Techbook 2018

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14 | April 2018 | WATER MANAGEMENT: KEY PLAYERS Digital H2O is working on integrating interna tional water data and developing water management tools for operators to more easily manage their assets. DistributionNOW DistributionNOW (DNOW) offers comprehensive engineer ing, design, fabrication and installation ser vices for water management products and services through its Process Solutions Group. This group provides custom designed solutions for saltwater disposal packages, pumps, filtration systems, fresh water and produced water transfer skids, chemical injection skids and waterflood packages. These pack ages feature integration technology that allows a unit's operation to be completely automated in the harshest and most variable environments, according to the com pany's website. DNOW Process Solutions, through its Power Ser vice and Odessa Pumps brands, also operates service centers for repair, fabrication and machining needs. The company employs factory trained service techni cians who are certified to diagnose and repair complex water management systems, offering both field and in shop service. Dow Water & Process Solutions Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Co., specializes in sustainable liquid purification and separation technologies. The company's water treatment technologies include ultrafiltration, polymeric adsor bents, selective ion exchange resins, reverse osmosis and sulfate removal nanofiltration membranes. In November 2017 the company released its WAVE (Water Application Value Engine) design software. The software integrates three of the industry's key technologies for water purifica tion—ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange—into one comprehensive tool, providing accurate water quality and system design mod els for water and wastewater treatment systems, according to the company. In 2016 the company released its DOW FILM TEC FORTILIFE product line, an addition to its reverse osmosis and nanofiltration portfolio. The technology elements transform wastewater into pure water and pure salts for reuse at about 60% lower cost than thermal treatment, according to the company. In addition, the company's Water & Process Academies are a resource for building tech nical knowledge, learning new tactics for increasing effi ciencies and developing best practices for enhanc ing performance at a facility, according to the company's website. Fountain Quail Energy Services LLC Fountain Quail Energy Services (FQES) was the pioneer of oilfield water management with the first permitted water recycling system in a U.S. shale play, according to the company's website. FQES helps operators reduce water management costs by integrating its systems into operators' onsite operations. Those technologies include the company's DNOW provides custom-designed solutions for saltwater disposal packages. (Photo courtesy of DistributionNOW) The Water Asset Intelligence dashboards offer visibility in the supply, demand and logistics of water in oil fields. (Image courtesy of Digital H2O)

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