We understand the challenge of water.
On average throughout North America, 6 barrels of water are produced alongside each barrel of oil, although this ratio can be much higher depending on the geology of the region. Our team has worked hand in hand with major producers in basins across North America to develop comprehensive water management strategies to deal with some of their most acute water challenges.
We understand the operational, financial and organizational challenges that can hinder efficient water management and partner with producers, traditional midstream companies and oilfield service providers to develop and execute a long-term strategy for water. Collectively, our team brings a successful track record building and operating gas, oil and water infrastructure over the past 35 years.
We believe in a long-term, partnership approach.
H2O Midstream prides itself on honest, straightforward and equitable relationships with all of our customers, partners and vendors. Whether a producer is seeking a midstream partner to manage produced or flowback water from ‘source to sink’ or wants to retain operational control over its water infrastructure under a flexible capital arrangement, H2O Midstream can tailor the appropriate structure to meet their individual goals and achieve a win/win solution.
We utilize midstream best practices for safety, operational excellence and environmental compliance.
Key elements of these best practices include:
- Comprehensive pipeline maintenance programs, including pressure and integrity testing, corrosion protection, leak detection, regular pipeline maintenance and pigging
- Ongoing outreach and education for landowners and other local stakeholders
- Compliance with all state and federal requirements and industry standards
CapEx and OpEx percentages and water to oil ratios for Permian and Eagle Ford obtained from DigitalH2O. Water to Oil Ratios for SCOOP and STACK were derived by H2O Midstream using data from Dr. Kyle Murray at the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Injury statistic was drawn from the Manhattan Institute’s June 2013 Issue Brief on Pipeline Safety..