Industry Veteran, Alan Smith, Joins Advisory Board
Infinity Water Solutions Adds New Leadership
AUSTIN, Texas – March 7, 2023 – Water management and sustainability company, Infinity Water Solutions (Infinity), today announced that investor and energy entrepreneur, Alan Smith, recently joined its Advisory Board.
Alan Smith is the co-founder, president and chief executive officer of Rockcliff Energy, LLC, a well-capitalized, privately-held oil and gas company headquartered in Houston, Texas. He will be seated alongside fellow industry veterans and top-tier researchers, including John Ferguson of Ben Nevis Capital and Dr. Nansen G. Saleri of Quantum Reservoir Impact Group, to name a few.
“We are beyond honored to have Alan join our esteemed advisory board,” said Infinity CEO Michael Dyson. “Alan’s leadership and commercial expertise is well-known in the energy industry. We are anxious to learn from his experiences and benefit from his insight and knowledge.”
Infinity is a water midstream provider focused on green infrastructure and water recycling in the Permian Basin. As a pure-play recycler, Infinity operates within a closed-loop network, striving to recycle 100% of what it gathers. Reimagining the production process, Infinity is bookending the way water is managed on both the collection and sourcing sides, resulting in millions of barrels of freshwater conservation, annually.
“As one of the largest recyclers of produced water, Infinity is quickly becoming a leader in its sector,” said Alan Smith. “I continue to be very impressed by the team, their technology, and the scale at which Infinity is growing.”
Though headquartered in Austin, Texas, Infinity’s operations are based in the New Mexico portion of the Delaware Basin. Since commissioning its flagship, Mills Ranch 1 Facility, in 2022, Infinity has invested heavily in a robust water-sharing network that covers more than 150,000 acres across Eddy and Lea County. With a clientele that consists of the largest operators in the industry, Infinity’s recycled volumes, for just 2023, already equate to more than 4,000,000 barrels of produced water.
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