MIDLAND, Texas, Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- STW Resources Holding Corp. (OTC QB: STWS), has established itself as a water reclamation services company focusing on providing Total Water Solutions.
STW has researched and applied various technologies through agreements with several manufacturers, resulting in the engagement of the engineering services of BJJA ( Bob J. Johnson and Associates). BJJA has been occupied with the design and deployment of customized water processing systems throughout the world for over 35 years. "Our research, and our teaming with BJJA, have given STW the intellectual property to deploy some of the most efficient and economical systems being used today" stated Lee Maddox, COO of STW Resources. Based on source water specifics and certified results from STW's water processing pilot operations for various oil & gas producers in West Texas, STW is able to customize water processing systems to meet specifications desired by producers. STW's versatile business model is being utilized to build a foundation of revenues based on several related, practical business lines:
STW's future growth is based on five models:
Oil & Gas Industry: Reclamation of produced and/or flow back water to required specifications for on-site reuse. Contaminant removal systems for hydrogen sulfides, sulfates and other contaminants in source waters. Owner-operator model with per-barrel charge revenue stream.Brackish Water Facility: Reclaim brackish water to specifications necessary for re-use in the well drilling and completion processes. Owner-operator model with per-barrel charge, comparable to local fresh water prices, as a revenue stream. Integrated Systems - Sales and Consulting: Consultation on the design and construction of water reclamation systems and ancillary equipment. One-time sales fee model, and consultation is a recurring revenue stream based on contract. Municipalities: Consultation and Build-out of large scale desalination projects, including well development of on-site brackish water sources and evaporation ponds. Recurring fee-based revenue stream.