2018 Texas Water Recycling Outlook

Speaker Brent Halldorson
Mr. Halldorson is the acting chairman of the Texas Water Recycling Association (www.txwra.org).  The TWRA is a non-profit focused on helping find solutions to Texas’ most challenging water issues across all industries. Brent Halldorson is Chief Technology Officer for Fountain Quail Energy Services.  Fountain Quail pioneered commercial recycling in shale ...

Mr. Halldorson is the acting chairman of the Texas Water Recycling Association (www.txwra.org). ; The TWRA is a non-profit focused on helping find solutions to Texas’ most challenging water issues across all industries.


Brent Halldorson is Chief Technology Officer for Fountain Quail Energy Services.  Fountain Quail pioneered commercial recycling in shale gas development, starting in the Barnett Shale in 2004.  Since that time the company has grown significantly.


Mr. Halldorson is a professional engineer that has been with the company since 1999.  In that time, Fountain Quail has recycled over a billion gallons of shale gas wastewater back into freshwater for re-use in Texas utilizing its patented NOMAD evaporators and has expanded operations into multiple shale plays.  Fountain Quail also offers its high capacity ROVER mobile treatment system which is capable of generating clean brine for re-use at a very economic rate for customers which do not require freshwater.  New developments include the SCOUT, a completely automated filtration system, and the MAVREX, the industry’s most advanced and safest chlorine dioxide system.


Brent currently lives in Ft Worth Texas with his wife and three children.  He believes firmly that America can achieve energy independence while simultaneously managing water responsibly.  One of his chief ambitions is to help bridge the divide between pro-energy and anti-energy interest groups by highlighting cases of responsible and sustainable energy development.

Full Description

Discussion on:

1.The state of the water recycling industry.

2 .Trends affecting water management in the energy sector.

3 .Legislative/Regulatory issues – state and federal.

4. Recommendations to insulate energy sector from water supply and disposal constraints.

5. Development of Frac Water Quality Standards.

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Tue, Feb. 20, 2018
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