Water Challenge Pilot

Most Applicable Practices (MAPs)


A matrix was developed within the Pilot to document various most applicable practices (MAPs) encountered, discussed, reviewed (via literature and/or presentation reviews) and published case studies/field trial data that describe some of the measures utilized to address water management in the oil and gas sector.

It is not all-encompassing and HARC does not assume credit nor responsibility toward data therein. 

It is searchable resource so that stakeholders may learn more about practices, technologies, applicabilities and challenges across the U.S. Users can view practices, locations, companies, case studies and associated reference material (publications, presentations, etc.) supporting findings.

Categories of Most Applicable Practices (MAPs) in this document include:
     Beneficial Reuse

     Logistics (Central Facility, Ponds, Permanent Pipeline, Temporary Pipeline)
     Sourcing (Brackish, Mine Discharge, Recycle, Waste Treatment, Other)
     Water Management
     Water Treatment (Ceramic, Filtration, Other, Pretreatment, Reverse Osmosis)


To access a searchable spreadsheet (Excel), please contact Andra Wilcox - awilcox@harcresearch.org