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Antelope Water Management Announces Open Season on Two Produced Water Recycling Facilities in the Permian Basin


Austin, TX, Date. /PR Newswire/ -- Antelope Water Management, LLC (“Antelope”) announced today that two of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Enchantment Water Management, LLC and Antelope Water Services, LLC, have reached agreements with two separate landowners in Lea and Eddy counties in New Mexico to construct produced water reuse and recycling facilities (“reuse facilities”).

The reuse facilities will each have baseline treatment capacity of 100,000 barrels of produced water per day, and storage capacity of 1,000,000 barrels of treated produced water.

In concert with the agreements, Antelope has launched open season ("Open Season") to obtain produced water volume commitments to support construction of the facilities. The Open Season begins today and will run for at least 30 days.

It is Antelope's intent to accept all produced water volumes of varying conditions for treatment and reuse.

Antelope CEO, Dustin Brownlow, said, “Antelope's approach is to rapidly aide in de-bottlenecking the industry by focusing on producer and local stakeholder needs rather than contractual obligations.”

Facility descriptions and Open Season procedures are available by request.

Antelope Water Management Announces Open Season on Two Produced Water Recycling Facilities in the Permian Basin

Date: July 10, 2019


Austin, TX, Date. /PR Newswire/ -- Antelope Water Management, LLC (“Antelope”) announced today that two of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Enchantment Water Management, LLC and Antelope Water Services, LLC, have reached agreements with two separate landowners in Lea and Eddy counties in New Mexico to construct produced water reuse and recycling facilities (“reuse facilities”).

The reuse facilities will each have baseline treatment capacity of 100,000 barrels of produced water per day, and storage capacity of 1,000,000 barrels of treated produced water.

In concert with the agreements, Antelope has launched open season ("Open Season") to obtain produced water volume commitments to support construction of the facilities. The Open Season begins today and will run for at least 30 days.

It is Antelope's intent to accept all produced water volumes of varying conditions for treatment and reuse.

Antelope CEO, Dustin Brownlow, said, “Antelope's approach is to rapidly aide in de-bottlenecking the industry by focusing on producer and local stakeholder needs rather than contractual obligations.”

Facility descriptions and Open Season procedures are available by request.