Infinity Water, XTO Energy sign water reuse agreement

Midland Reporter-Telegram • by Mella McEwen

On the eve of participating in the first day of the Permian Basin Water in Energy Conference, Infinity Water Solutions announced agreements covering substantial volumes of recycle-and-reuse water in the New Mexico portion of the Delaware Basin.

Infinity Water Solutions Staging Pond

Anchoring this agreement is a multi-year contract with XTO Energy, an ExxonMobil subsidiary that expands XTO’s portfolio of water management initiatives in the Permian Basin.

“This collaborative work with Infinity is part of ExxonMobil’s ongoing efforts to seek industry-leading performance on water management in the Permian, including a continued focus on increasing water recycling and sharing,” David Scott, general manager of ExxonMobil’s Permian Basin business unit, told the Reporter-Telegram by email. “As a leading operator in the Permian Basin, we are working to do our part and collaborating with others to help safeguard New Mexico and West Texas water sources.”

Michael Dyson, Infinity’s chief executive officer, told the Reporter-Telegram in a telephone interview the agreement with XTO shows the producer is moving forward on water recycling and reuse.

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