DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nick Hines has joined Oilfield Water Logistics (“OWL”) as Executive Vice President of the Permian Basin. Mr. Hines is responsible for managing all of the Company’s Permian Basin activities, including all operations of existing facilities and the design and construction of new gathering systems, saltwater disposal wells and produced water re-use infrastructure. Mr. Hines was previously at Pioneer Natural Resources for 11 years, most recently serving as the Construction and Produced Water Manager where he was managing a water system with $1.2 billion of invested capital.
“We are pleased to have Nick join us at the helm and welcome him and his family to OWL,” says Chris Cooper, CEO. “Nick brings a wealth of water management and engineering experience, and as our volumes continue to grow and systems become more complex, he will play a critical role in helping OWL meet and exceed our customer demands.” Nick Hines adds, “This is an exciting opportunity to come on board a company with a large water gathering footprint strategically positioned in the Delaware Basin.”
Oilfield Water Logistics, LLC (OWL) provides midstream water infrastructure and services to the energy industry in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, with offices in Midland, Denver and Dallas. OWL is an established leader in the Permian Basin and owns and operates the largest commercial produced water gathering system in the northern Delaware Basin and Lea County, New Mexico. OWL is a portfolio company of NGP Energy Capital Management. www.oilfieldwaterlogistics.com