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November 18, 2014

Cleaning up the fracking mess

Al Jazeera America: "OriginOil’s tanks are small enough and mobile enough to install right at the frack site. Their solution will save the gas industry money because they’ll no longer have to truck the stinky water to a disposal well...." Read More

Colorado Biz: "Because flowback and produced water typically don’t meet clean water standards, they must be treated. That’s where Eckelberry’s company and dozens of other entrepreneurs come in." Read More

Energy Global: "The application has also been published by the European Patent Office (EPO) under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)." Read More

Energy Global: "...Gulf Energy, an oil service company with major customers across the Arabian Peninsula, has purchased a US$ 1.4 million CLEAN-FRAC™ 5000 system, designed to process 5000 bpd, for the company’s growing oil services business. " Read More

Digital Journal: "OriginOil’s technology could prove to be an instrumental part of the clean water equation, as energy service providers are feeling the pressure from the Chinese government to find ways to safely reuse their frac-water." Read More

The Fish Site: "OriginOil is to provide algae harvesting technology for the low-cost algae growth system from Algasol Renewables. The integrated system will launch at Algasol’s new facilities in Bangladesh — a unique, large-scale demonstration of micro-algae production for fish feed." Read More

Digital Journal: "OOIL has been a frack play but in our opinion the real story is in water remediation where the company can become completely diversified and take advantage of several multi-billion dollar industries positioned for growth over the next 5 years." Read More

KQED Science: "For the company’s shore-based breeding tanks, Cruver hopes to grow his own food. He’ll use technology developed by Los Angeles-based OriginOil." Read More

OGPE Magazine: "Their CLEAN-FRAC 1000 Integrated Electro-Coagulation, Electro-Oxidation & Electro-Flotation illustration demonstrates how it continuously removes oils, suspended solids, insoluble organics, and bacteria from produced or ‘frac flowback’ water." Read More

The Wall Street Journal: "OOIL has begun to get some recognition for its process by investors and industry peers, even including a meeting attended by T. Boone Pickens." Read More

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