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Solaris Water and Concho have extended and increased the scope of their long-term produced water management agreement, which previously covered all of Concho’s acreage in Eddy County, New Mexico, to also include all of Concho’s acreage in Lea County, New Mexico. Under the terms of the agreement, Solaris Water now manages Concho’s produced water gathering, transportation, disposal and recycling for a 2.3 million-acre area of mutual interest located in Eddy and Lea counties in New Mexico.  Read more »
Solaris Water Midstream CEO Bill Zartler joined Hart Energy’s Jessica Morales for the Path Forward video series where leaders discuss the effect this historical downcycle has had on sectors of the energy industry. Read more »
Solaris Water Midstream has been expanding its infrastructure footprint in the Permian for the past several years. With assets in the Midland and Delaware basins, the company has been recycling in the Midland Basin for more than two years and started water recycling at its Lobo Ranch facility in Eddy County in July. In its first few months of operation, Lobo Ranch recycled up to 80,000 bbl/d of produced water. Read more »

E&P Company Takes Stake in Houston Energy Water Company
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 »

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