Questions About Monarch
Water Standard purchased Monarch back in 2016. Both companies have very strong industry market presence and therefore have maintained their unique brands. They each, however, work as one with Monarch focusing on traditional, proven produced water treatment solutions and Water Standard focusing on advanced water treatment solutions. See our product sheets here.
Monarch serves both the North American and international onshore and offshore produced water treatment markets.
Monarch’s corporate headquarters and fabrication facility are located in Houston, Texas. You can contact us here.
Monarch’s mission is to help energy companies uncover and benefit from the hidden value of water. Our company’s culture and values are as rich and diverse as our cultural make up and we are passionate about the water projects we work on. To learn more, visit our About Us page.
Questions about Monarch’s Products
Monarch’s main products are separators that remove oil and solids from produced water or wastewater streams. Our product sheets can be found on our Resource page.
Our offices and ASME Code fabrication facility are in Houston, Texas. Monarch also works with top quality manufacturers around the world to manufacture its products and systems. Want to work with us? Contact Us.
Yes, and we manufacture all over the world to support local communities and add local content value, too. Click here to learn more.
It is always good practice to have clear project information including: (a) if the inquiry is for purchase or budgetary, (b) who is the purchaser and who is the end user, (c) where is the project located, (d) when will the project be awarded and when is the product or system needed, (e) provide basic min. and max. process and mechanical information such as flow rates, temperature, pressures, oil specifications, water specifications, corrosive or lethal specifications, and design standards, etc.
Yes; we have a dedicated service team capable of servicing domestic and international installations. Please visit our Services page for more information.
Questions about Monarch’s Industry
The upstream market is typically defined as starting sub-surface through the wellhead and associated wellhead surface storage facilities; the midstream market starts at the infrastructure and pipelines that connect at the upstream wellhead surface storage facilities through to the refineries. The downstream market is typically at the refineries or the end-point, prior to distribution and sale.
Water is a key resource for the energy industry. Water is used in the production of oil and gas and therefore, is sourced from groundwater, rivers, natural and artificial lakes, and most importantly from recycled produced water. Water is a limited resource. It is very valuable asset to the energy industry. With new technologies and advances in best water use practices (i.e. produced water reuse), the energy industry is investing tremendous resources such as time and money, to benefit both economically and environmentally.
Produced water is water resulting from an oil or gas producing well. The water can be a natural result of a “producing” well or can be a residual by-product of oil and gas operator’s “producing” methods such as water or steam flooding.
Energy companies are now reusing (recycling) the produced water that is a by-product and produced “naturally” in their oil and gas formations in lieu of just taking water from scarce resources like groundwater, rivers, natural and artificial lakes. This has huge benefits both economically and environmentally. Learn how we help you achieve your recycle goals.
Local, state, and federal regulations allow energy companies to discharge (i.e. dispose of) the produced water that forms naturally or as a by-product of their oil and gas formations, provided they meet strict discharge regulations. Like recycling, this has huge benefits both economically and environmentally. Learn how we help you achieve your discharge goals.