Water Standard has been awarded the ISO 9001 for excellence in quality management for the engineering design, procurement, operation and project management of water treatment and enhanced oil recovery facilities and systems. ...Read More

Read Amanda Brock’s October 2013 Column for Global Water Intelligence entitled “Looking Beyond the Hype”

Jim Wodehouse and Holly Johnson met with members of the United Kingdom’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), Oil & Gas UK, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), and representatives of seven major and independent oil and gas and engineering companies to explore offshore facilities solutions for implementing EOR in the North Sea.  The workshop was held in Aberdeen, Scotland on May 21, 2013.

Purchase your tickets to attend the Water Standard sponsored topical luncheon on the Role of NOCs in the Energy Sector at OTC, Houston here.

WS Chris Martin, Senior Process Engineer,p resented for the WaterWorld webcast for the US Water Alliance on the practical considerations for management, re-use, and disposal of “Waste” waters as a part of the four-part series on hydraulic fracturing: beyond name calling to real environmental protection. You can access his presentation online by clicking on his name at:

HOUSTON – To address the challenges of effective water treatment in waterflooding and the rapidly growing market for water related EOR applications on and offshore, Water Standard(WS) has announced the successful piloting and commercialization of its H2Ocean Spectrum™ Technology. This breakthrough technology provides Operators unparalleled flexibility to modify the specifications of water produced on a real time basis shifting from the minimal treatment needed for conventional waterflooding to successfully meeting the challenges of secondary and tertiary enhanced waterfloods as reservoir requirements change. …Read More

Read Amanda Brock’s March 2013 Column for American Water Intelligence entitled “The Impact of Water Scarcity on Economic Growth.”    March 2013 Column

Amanda Brock spoke at the Water 2.0 Conference in New York yesterday on Information Powered Projects. You can access her presentation at the following link: The conference website with her bio on it is:

State-owned Petronas is planning to finalise contracts for the construction of the world’s first full-field, vessel-based chemical enhanced oil recovery projects at the mature, producing Angsi oilfield off Peninsular Malaysia. Malaysia’s MMC Oil & Gas Engineering and Water Standard of the US have already been working on front-end engineering and design studies on the Angsi CEOR vessel. The US contractor is now set to drive project management of the vessel construction and installation after setting up a new office in Malaysia. Headed by seasoned Malaysian oil and gas veteran, Azmi Mahamad, Water Standard will provide engineering support in the delivery of the Angsi CEOR project, now targeted for the end of 2014. …Read More