Hype officially over for frack water treatment

Every new field goes through an early hype period, followed by disillusionment, then slower, more measured growth. With small-scale investors and large companies like Schlumberger weighing in to report a much more fractured market than most expected (see the report "Risk and Reward in the Frack W...

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