A new midstream division has been launched by Breakwater Energy Partners to build and operate pipelines and other equipment to move freshwater and wastewater to and from oil and gas sites in the West Texas shale play.
The company has already pushed to boost oilfield wastewater recycling in the Permian Basin and the move to launch the midstream division is to unify its water sourcing, transfer and recycling businesses under the Breakwater name
"We are looking forward to providing our customers even more solutions as we continue our commitment to the quality of our work, integrity and continuous improvement," Breakwater CEO Jason Jennaro said in a statement.
The company’s headquarter is in Houston and has more than 400 employees. It recycles more than 16.8 million gallons of oilfield wastewater per day and has more than 350 miles of lay flat hose and 140 transfer pumps.