Winner Water Services Recap of Site Tours

While visually unassuming, the production site was just as impressive based on the amount of natural gas being produced and the manner that the gas was being treated prior to entering the distribution pipeline.  The equipment to remove and store produced water for treatment was simple but effective.

Our third stop was at the water treatment plant.  The flowback and produced water was brought to a centralized location where it was chemically treated for further use in completion operations.  Again, Cabot’s careful evaluation of the impacts of produced water reuse showed no impact to production.  Thus, Cabot recycled 100% of the produced water.  Very impressive and very forward thinking!

Perhaps most importantly, during our ride to the various sites, Bill told us of all the activities and support that Cabot was providing to the community.  It was very clear that Cabot was part of the community through their actions such as working to build a community health center, re-paving roads and many other actions.

We all wish Cabot continued success!

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Bill desRosiers

Raised in Highland Falls, New York, William desRosiers learned about responsible resource development, firsthand, as a part of his family's mining business. William received his B.S. in Management, B.A.in History and MBA from Misericordia University. He currently serves in External Affairs for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation. His primary responsibilities include strengthening media relationships, managing company-run fundraising programs, building better community relations and representing Cabot every chance he has.

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