OriginOil in the News
Drilling Contractor – May 3, 2013: "To help operators extract more petroleum from process water and reduce the need to use fresh water in the fracturing operations, OriginOil has developed a chemical-free water treatment and separation technology...."
Scientific American – April 30, 2013: "Most of this argument is over water, reports the Financial Times. Hydraulic fracturing uses between 4 and 6 million gallons of water for each well, says the National Petroleum Council, an industry representatives and environmental advisory group..."
Water World – April 28, 2013: "Although Tauzinat has over two decades of experience in emerging markets, new technologies and their applications, he remains a relative newcomer to the world of water, energy and waste. This has not prevented him, however, from taking his start-up firmly by the horns and forming a highly effective tripartite relationship with the UK-based incubator PJC and the US algae oil services leader OriginOil. Their joint venture is focused firmly on urbanized markets, where the hope is that high population densities and rising energy prices will see to it that algae will in due course come to stand out from the ecological crowd...."
Enhanced third party testing shows 99% oil and solids removal, further validating OriginOil CLEAN-FRAC process
Oil Voice – April 26, 2013: "According to Ben Spaulding, Fluid Imaging Technologies' Lab Manager, 'The tests evidence a 99.9% reduction in free oil and a 99.5% reduction in suspended solids. They show a dramatic decrease in oil and suspended particles.'"
Akron Beacon Journal – April 26, 2013: "...A Los Angeles company called OriginOil has developed a technology to help boost production of algae biofuels, one of the great green hopes for displacing fossil fuels and cutting planet-warming carbon emissions. Now OriginOil is repurposing its technology to serve the oil and gas industries as the fracking boom booms."
Quartz – April 25, 2013: "A Los Angeles company called OriginOil has developed a technology to help boost production of algae biofuels, one of the great green hopes for displacing fossil fuels and cutting planet-warming carbon emissions. Now OriginOil is repurposing its technology to serve the oil and gas industries as the fracking boom booms..."
Environmental Leader – April 18, 2013: "OriginOil and Ennesys’ algae harvesting system — which the companies say generates clean energy for buildings, helps with water purification and advances France’s energy goals — was highlighted in the grand opening of an urban algae showcase near Paris..."
Fuel Fix – April 16, 2013: "As oil companies have scrambled to cut down costs and water use, an array of water recycling companies have emerged to offer different approaches to cleaning and reusing the resource..."
The Energy Report – April 9, 2013: "Private companies are now rushing into the relatively new market for recycling drill site water..."
E&P Magazine – April 9, 2013: "Water recycling is good news for companies like OriginOil, Resirkulere, and Halliburton, all of which have various systems and processes that clean fracture flowback water enabling it to be recycled..."
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