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Breakwater Energy Completes Permian Water Recycling Facility

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   |    Monday,October 05,2020

Breakwater Energy Partners said it has constructed the largest produced water recycling facility in the Permian Basin. The 80-acre facility, known as the Big Spring Recycling System (BSRS), has a throughput capacity of over 250,000 barrels per day of recycled produced water. Located between Howard and Martin counties, BSRS brings several commercial operators together into a central nexus point and concurrently serves them with frac water blends of up to 100% recycled water. The facility also owns or has access to disposal capacity over 100,000 barrels per day.

"Operators tell us all the time that they want to recycle 100% of their wastewater. But they either lack the ability to aggregate enough recycled water when they need it, or they are unable to distribute their water to others when they have too much," said Jason Jennaro, Chief Executive Officer of Breakwater. "We call our approach collaborative recycling. We're saving our customers money by integrating their entire water supply chains into a single multi-customer connection point which includes last mile recycled water distribution to the wellsite. Collaborative recycling is the right thing for customers from an ESG perspective, but it's also the right thing economically. Operators don't want to pay twice for the same water: once for completions and a second time for disposal."


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