OWL acquires WestWater's oilfield water assets

Oilfield Water Logistics

Oilfield Water Logistics (OWL), a Natural Gas Partners portfolio company providing water infrastructure and services to the energy industry, has expanded its network into three new states – Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming – by acquiring assets of WestWater Energy.

This acquisition reinforces OWL's commitment to expanding and strengthening its water infrastructure and service offerings. The transaction adds three state-of-the-art water evaporation facilities to the existing OWL portfolio, including Danish Flats Environmental Services in Cisco, Utah; the Pumpkin Buttes Waste Water Treatment facility near Gillette, Wyoming; and the Wamsutter Wastewater Treatment facility in Wamsutter, Wyoming.  

Also part of the acquisition are five immediate development projects to further expand OWL's water infrastructure network, including a new solids facility in Meeker, Colorado. The transaction further establishes a regional office for OWL in the Denver, Colorado, area.

With the WestWater acquisition, OWL has 27 oilfield water facilities in operation or development and an extensive network of water pipelines and surface use agreements.

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