It isn't that fracking takes much more water than other uses overall. It's just the "last user" in some very water-stressed communities.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
OriginOil Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), developer of Electro Water Separation™ (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, announced today that in a letter to shareholders, CEO Riggs Eckelberry reported on the company's recent entry into the frack water cleanup market in China.
In a video published today, Eckelberry interviewed OriginOil co-founder Nicholas Eckelberry on the results of recent tests of company technology which he carried out in Harbin, China. Nicholas also discussed the company's next steps to support China's reported trillion-dollar plan to clean up its air and water.
Also in the letter, CEO Eckelberry discussed an unexpected benefit of natural gas, which is helping renewable energy sources serve electrical grids reliably.
Eckelberry pointed out that more efficient water cleanup could be both profitable to the oil and gas industry, and also help it "get ahead" of local concerns. In particular, he cited Chevron's project to supply fresh water to local farmers in California.
The full report is now available on OriginOil.com's website at http://www.originoil.com/ceos-update/when-is-natural-gas-good.
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