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Bechtel, Five Point Energy announce sustained pilot operations of water conservation technology
Other - FEBRUARY 26, 2024

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Bechtel, Five Point Energy announce sustained pilot operations of water conservation technology

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Bechtel, a global leader in engineering, procurement, construction and project management, has announced the sustained pilot operations of its proprietary Low Energy Ejector Desalination System (LEEDS) — a long-awaited economic solution that creates a valuable new supply of water for customers and communities, which in turn reduces stress on limited freshwater resources.

The LEEDS Pilot Unit is installed and operating at Deep Blue’s saltwater disposal site near the Midland Airport in Texas. The field testing of the LEEDS Pilot Unit is expected to run through the second quarter 2024.

LEEDS is an efficient, cost-effective, end-to-end solution that converts produced water from oil and gas fields into usable, end-marketable products. The recovered water can be used for agriculture or grassland irrigation, feedstocks for industrial uses such as hydrogen production, fertilizers for agricultural uses, and clean water for industrial and community applications. By transform

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