NGL’s recycling water project featured on Discovery Channel

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Advances being made by NGL Energy Partners LP’sWater Solutions segment in sustainable produced water reuse technology and practices were featured recently in an episode of the Emmy-nominated series Tomorrow’s World Today on the Discovery Channel.

The Water from the Desert episode explores NGL’s collaboration with XRI Holdings, LLC (“XRI”) — a collaboration providing holistic water management to their customers in the Permian Basin. Below is a link to the program:

Water From the Desert | Tomorrow's World Today | Discovery

Tomorrow’s World Today NGL Episode – YouTube

This program is centered on recycling and reusing produced water in order to minimize the amount of fresh water that is needed in oil and gas activities. The episode also explores the potential for this reuse technology to push the boundary outside of oil and gas activities, including the use of recycled produced water in agricultural development and other uses in the future.

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“We are really pleased to share what we are doing at NGL Water Solutions to advance our reuse technology and practices so the public can see firsthand the efforts we are making to provide safe, efficient, reliable and sustainable solutions to our customers today and potentially even wider application down the road,” commented Doug White, EVP of NGL Water Solutions.

NGL owns and operates the largest integrated network of large diameter produced water pipelines, recycling facilities and disposal wells in the Delaware Basin. The Partnership’s Water Solutions segment operates in a number of the most prolific crude oil and natural gas producing areas including the Delaware Basin in New Mexico and Texas, the Midland Basin in Texas, the DJ Basin in Colorado and the Eagleford Basin in Texas.

Source: Wire Ready

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