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Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler shares insights on water management, entrepreneurship

Sourcewater CEO and entrepreneur Josh Adler

Over a year into the oil price collapse, the upstream energy sector is struggling to survive the economic shock with layoffs, stacked rigs, and new attention to cost-saving innovations in operations and the supply chain.  Responding to the industry need for cost reductions, Sourcewater founder Josh Adler created an Internet platform to reduce the largest expense in today’s oil and ...

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Sourcewater, Inc. honored with New Technology of the Year Award – Software in the 2016 Northeast Oil & Gas Awards

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Sourcewater, the online water exchange for the energy ecosystem, was presented with the award for New Technology Development of the Year at the The 4th annual Northeast Oil & Gas Awards. The awards ceremony honored the brightest work being done in the Upstream and Midstream Oil & Gas Industry at their red carpet gala in Pittsburgh, Pennslvania on March 30,, ...

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Sourcewater – helping SWDs stay afloat in turbulent times

Among the many challenges operators face in this down-market, produced water management remains their single largest operating expense. Across the board, onshore E&P’s have significantly reduced capital investment – rig counts are down and operators have high-graded assets. Yet, while ongoing declines in the price of oil further suppress drilling and completion activity, the constant stream of produced water from ...

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Sourcewater Founder Joshua Adler to Speak at Produced Water Society, Houston


Sourcewater, the water exchange for the energy ecosystem, announced that its founding chief executive Joshua Adler will be a featured speaker at the Produced Water Society Annual Seminar at the Omni Westside Hotel in Houston, Texas, January 26-28, 2016. This year’s meeting will focus on reducing the cost of oil and gas operations through best practices, new technology and strategic ...

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Energy Spotlight: Melissa Pagen

Melissa Pagen returned to her roots when she changed careers five years ago to work in water management. Her father led environmental groups while she grew up in Dearborn, Mich., and she loved biology field trips in high school. “He planted the seeds for that, talking about water and sustainability,” said Pagen, 39, who this month joined Canonsburg-based Comtech Industries ...

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Longmont water system master plan carries projected $215 million price tag

John Fryar | The Daily Times-Call (Longmont, Colo.) A capital improvements program to ensure Longmont can continue to provide enough drinking water to its residents — and to those who’ll be living here when the city gets completely built out to its current planning-area boundaries — would cost more than $214.7 million over the coming 20 years. That estimate — ...

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Letter to the editor: Media should report both sides on TENORM disposal

By Laura Erickson from Williston, N.D. Printed in the Jamestown Sun Incidents regarding technologically-enhanced, naturally-occurring radioactive materials (TENORM) have generated a fair amount of concern among western North Dakota’s citizens and local officials. Media have reported on several businesses haphazardly discarding TENORM waste, blatantly violating North Dakota solid waste disposal regulations. These incidents have been sensationalized by some reports and letters, creating ...

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