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E&P co. takes stake in Houston energy water co
August 4, 2019 | Houston Business Journal

Midland-based Concho Resources Inc. (NYSE: CX) reached a deal with Houston-based Solaris Water Midstream LLC creating a partnership around the company’s exploration and production water needs.​ Read more »
Concho Resources Inc. and Solaris Water Midstream, LLC announced the formation of a strategic joint venture focused on optimizing produced water logistics at scale in the Northern Delaware Basin. The joint venture includes a long-term produced water management agreement between Concho and Solaris Water. ​ Read more »
HOUSTON – July 16, 2019 – Solaris Water Midstream, LLC(“Solaris Water”), a leading provider of water-related infrastructure to the oil and gas industry, announced today it has launched operations at its expanded Lobo Ranch Produced Water Recycling and Blending Center, a large-scale produced water recycling and non-potable water blending facility in Eddy County, New Mexico. Solaris Water also has started the development of its Bronco facility, an additional recycling and blending facility in Lea County, New Mexico. Read more »
Solaris Water Midstream, LLC announced it has increased the size of its revolving credit facility to $350 million from $250 million.  Read more »
Solaris Water Midstream, LLC, a leading provider of water-related infrastructure to the oil and gas industry, announced today that its flagship Pecos Star System has begun recycling operations and has added new acreage and volume commitments that support a major expansion of the system. Located in the heart of the Permian Basin in Eddy and Lea counties in New Mexico and Culberson and Loving counties in Texas, the system serves numerous oil and gas producers working in the Delaware Basin. The system delivers integrated water management services including produced water gathering, transportation, disposal and treating, as well as the delivery of treated produced water and non-potable brackish water for use during drilling and hydraulic fracturing Read more »

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