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Oil and gas industry needs new water treatment technologies, report finds

The oil and gas industry needs new technologies to solve its mounting water problems, according to a new report by the London Environmental Investment Forum.
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USGS: No impact on groundwater quality from Williston Basin shale development

Development of shale gas and oil reserves in the United States has revolutionized the energy industry, but debate still rages over whether the activity poses unacceptable risks to the environment.
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Scale inhibitor market worth $4.69 billion by 2019

The market for scale inhibitors, or antiscalants, is expected to continue the trend for strong growth seen in the past few years and will be worth as much as $4.69 billion in five years' time.
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Zebrafish used to test water quality in China

While many countries use zebrafish to test new drugs, China could become the first to use the fish in the fight against water pollution.
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Major new desalination plant opens in Algeria

The biggest seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant on the African continent was officially opened in Algeria this week.
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Oilfield water firms join forces

Select Energy Services, LLC, a provider of water management solutions for the oil and gas industry, has formed a strategic partnership with X-Chem/Terra Services, an oilfield wastewater treatment and recycling company.
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Researchers examine what feeds Florida red tide

A major study that brings together five years' worth of research on Florida red tides shows that the organism that causes the phenomenon has more flexible biology than previously understood.
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US water use reaches lowest level in 45 years

The latest figures on water use in the United States show that conservation efforts are having an impact.
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Streamflow conditions across North America available on new portal

A new website provides information on streamflow conditions throughout much of North America.
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Microbes in saturated forest soil help remove nitrogen from groundwater

Waterlogged areas in forests play an important role in the quality of groundwater, new research has shown.
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