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Water Management Techbook 2018

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Page 2 of 55 | April 2018 | 1 2 Water Management The 2018 Techbook A supplement to E&P Table of Contents HART ENERGY 1616 S. Voss, Suite 1000 | Houston, Texas 77057 Tel: +1 (713) 260-6400 | Fax: +1 (713) 840-8585 Group Managing Editor, Print Media JO ANN DAVY Executive Editor JENNIFER PRESLEY Chief Technical Director RICHARD MASON Associate Editor BRIAN WALZEL Associate Managing Editor ARIANA BENAVIDEZ Assistant Editor ALEXA WEST Contributing Editors SANDY MCDONALD JENNIFER PALLANICH MARK PATTON SCOTT WEEDEN Senior Editor, Digital News Group VELDA ADDISON Corporate Art Director ALEXA SANDERS Marketing Art Director MELISSA RITCHIE Senior Graphic Designer MAX GUILLORY Production Manager SHARON COCHRAN Marketing Director GREG SALERNO For additional copies of this publication, contact Customer Service +1 (713) 260-6442. Senior Vice President , Media RUSSELL LAAS Vice President –Publishing SHELLEY LAMB Publisher, Midstream Business DARRIN WEST Editorial Director PEGGY WILLIAMS Chief Financial Officer CHRIS ARNDT Chief Executive Officer RICHARD A. EICHLER On the cover: Oil and gas industry innovations in water management planning, treatment, technologies and services aim to optimize water resources for all stakeholders. 10 28 38 46 50 Hart Energy's Techbook Series The 2018 Water Management Techbook is the 15th in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy will provide comprehensive coverage of effective and emerg- ing technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each techbook includes a market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of field applica- tions and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to specific technologies. To learn more about E&P technology trends, visit Hart Energy © 2018 OVERVIEW Taking Charge of Water Management Enhanced practices emerge amid growth in production. KEY PLAYERS Water Management Solutions a Priority These key players focus on providing valuable expertise and innovative technologies. TECHNOLOGY Automation, Modular Units Cut Water Management Costs Regulations, reduced installation cost, lower operation cost and automation are driving new technology in the water management business. BEST PRACTICES Evolving Best Practices in Water Management Tightening regulatory requirements, a changing financial landscape and decreasing supply are tipping the scales toward reusing and recycling water. CASE STUDIES: KAIZEN FLUID SYSTEMS A New Approach to Reuse Water recycling system replaces disposal with reuse in the water chain. CASE STUDIES: HYDROZONIX Produced Water Management: The Role of Aeration As practices move from disposal to reuse and recycle, aeration could provide a cost-effective solution.

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