Select Energy Services Enhances Aquaview® Technology

Operators now able to track water transfer operations

(Houston, TX) – June 25, 2015 – Select Energy Services, LLC (Select), today announced added features to AquaView®, the company’s suite of water monitoring technology services. AquaView® now includes the ability to remotely monitor flow meters and report volume and flow rate data back to a secure customer portal.

Select has built trailers equipped with flow meters; the trailers are connected to Select’s lay flat EnviroHose™. The meters send data to a customized portal that allows operators to track the movement of their water from the source to operations, ultimately reducing man-hours and downtime, while preventing safety and environmental incidents.

“The AquaView® technology enables efficient planning for large-scale frac programs,” said Nate Banda, GIS manager for Select Energy Services. “With the meters, we are another step closer to showing operators where every drop of water is, in real-time, at any point during the completion cycle.”

“Efficiency in field operations is the key to reducing costs and prolonging E&P operations,” said John Schmitz, Select Energy Services CEO. “Select is now able to offer customers more detailed information about the movement of their water. Our team is proud to be the first to offer AquaView’s next generation technology, providing operators with the most accurate information in the industry.”

About Select Energy Services

Select Energy Services strives to change the oil and gas industry’s approach to water management.  By providing strategic water management services from sourcing and transfer to reuse and disposal, Select provides innovative, efficient, end-to-end solutions to energy producers.  Select Energy Services has the people, resources, and experience to safely and efficiently deliver reliable water to energy operations in every major United States shale play.  Always mindful of the environment, Select is the premier provider of water solutions that help unlock the vital energy resources of our country.

For more information, contact Brooke Barnes 713.296.1011