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Infinity Water Solutions

Who We Are

Infinity Water Solutions, LLC. (IWS) is a private midstream and services company based in Austin, Texas. Our business provides the oil and gas development market with produced water recycling services tied into a developing network of pipelines accompanied by recycling installations. IWS is investing in strategic locations in New Mexico and Texas that demonstrate long-term growth potential.

IWS was founded in late 2019 and began operations in 2020 with the first commercial volume facility constructed in Eddy County, New Mexico. IWS is managed by an experienced upstream Leadership team.

Our Values

IWS is the energy market’s destination for sustainable wastewater management that lowers costs and mitigates inflexible contracts and commitments. Through support of our partners and a focus on customer values, we seek to develop meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships.  We are focused on creating solutions where purpose and opportunity intersect.

Our Major Projects

The IWS portfolio reflects the Company’s focus on economic and sustainable investments that contribute to an American future of energy independence and a better world.  We are optimistic that our application of capital incrementally improves the industries we serve by providing innovative and lower cost solutions to our customers. As an ESG focused company, our projects provide a conduit where innovation drives responsible solutions.

Federal 128

New Mexico

In June of this year, IWS opened the gates to it’s first oilfield wastewater recycling facility in Eddy County,New Mexico.  This facility is situated on Hwy 128 (mile marker 15) and is the first node of several planned installations that will address the needs of major oilfield operators in the area.  Designed to process up to 25,000 BBLS of produced wellhead water per day, the facility is designed for water recycling delivered either by truck haulers or pipelines. Using a combination of solids settling techniques, electrolysis and recirculation, the facility leverages the benefits of extended detention times and chemistry to eliminate the need for chemical additions.  Large volumes of water are stored in above ground storage tanks and lined earthen pits until they are transferred to nearby operators for new well completions.  After all storage is constructed and accounted for, the facility will be capable storing upwards of 2 million barrels of recycled water.

Automation Technology to Keep Costs Low

IWS facilities hosts an array of automation processes with real-time video monitoring. These features allow our operations team to quickly assess process issues and direct manpower to resolving and restoring facilities to full capacity. IWS is able to control direct costs while enhancing utilization which ultimately creates a better service to our customers.

Contract Terms Not Required

Whether your needs are delivering produced water to our fixed facilities or you require onsite water recycling services, a contract is not required. Your business needs change and your services required will likely follow suit. We align our goals with yours and work hard to gain your trust and business.

Automated Delivery and Field Tracking

We want to keep your water moving and our recycling flowing with the minimal amount of inefficiencies so that you can be more productive and we can keep your costs down. Our automated billing system generates detailed daily, weekly and monthly reports for each client to facilitate accounting.

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Federal 128

New Mexico

In June of this year, IWS opened the gates to it’s first oilfield wastewater recycling facility in Eddy County, New Mexico.  This facility is situated on Hwy 128 (mile marker 15) and is the first node of several planned installations that will address the needs of major oilfield operators in the area.  Designed to process up to 25,000 BBLS of produced wellhead water per day, the facility is designed for water recycling delivered either by truck haulers or pipelines. Using a combination of solids settling techniques, electrolysis and recirculation, the facility leverages the benefits of extended detention times and chemistry to eliminate the need for chemical additions.  Large volumes of water are stored in above ground storage tanks and lined earthen pits until they are transferred to nearby operators for new well completions.  After all storage is constructed and accounted for, the facility will be capable storing upwards of 2 million barrels of recycled water.

Leadership

Get familiar with our leadership and board members

VP, Operations

Peter Mercure

Vice President & Board Member

VP, Business Development

Jordan Kramer

Vice President of BD & Board Member

VP, Legal

Mike Dyson

Vice President of Legal & Board Member