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Market Map

Drilling down into water treatment trends in the US shale plays

With rig counts at their highest in over two years, and the industry adjusting to the new low oil price environment, the unconventional O&G sector in the United States is ramping up production again. What does it mean for water treatment?

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Smart Water Watch

Global Omnium to launch digital suite for water to support overseas expansion

127-year old water company Aguas de Valencia is stepping up marketing of its ICT and data-driven analytics solutions under its new brand, Global Omnium, as the domestic private water operations market dries up. Outside of Spain it will need partners.

From CTO

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Water and Oil and Gas

Tom Pankratz

Tom Pankratz charts the rise of hydraulic fracturing for oil & gas production in the United States and the opportunity it brings for water treatment. Boom and bust cycles add challenges to the mix. read more

User Perspectives

AkzoNobel paints forward-looking picture for managing wastewater

The global chemicals and paints giant must effectively deal with high-load wastewater while striving towards the eradication of any waste streams. GWI finds out what is in store for water management in its increasingly state-of-the-art facilities.

CTO Outlook

A strong dose of innovation for a chemicals giant

While an acquisition spree has filled some gaps in technology expertise for Kurita, it recognises the need to enhance its innovation efforts further. GWI discovers how the chemicals company is looking to develop technology for overseas markets. read more

First Report


Texas-based TX2O has developed a polishing step for removing oil down to negligible levels in produced water, as well as a process for regenerating the media.


Founded in 2012, Gothenburg, Sweden-based Flocazur AB is developing a technique that can undertake five different reactions in one reactor.