September 2017

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Viewpoint: Advanced H2O systems and the drive for efficiency

For both upstream and downstream operations, H2O is a critical resource in the oil and gas industry.

Andersen, K., Veolia Water Americas

For both upstream and downstream operations, H2O is a critical resource in the oil and gas industry. The industry has seen several challenges in recent years, including economic hardships due to lower oil prices, burdensome regulations and the effects of climate change that have ranged from flooding to drought in some areas of the US and internationally. These challenges have caused the industry to look for ways to improve productivity, control costs and better manage the resources of H2O and energy. In turn, Veolia is challenged to help the industry achieve those goals by developing and implementing smarter H2O systems to maximize efficiency, while reducing risk and cost. Today’s H2O syst

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