We’re back from Texas!
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, March 29, 2013
You have to see it to believe it – here’s a cascade of clean water straight out of our demo system in Houston… produced in minutes from some very dirty frac flowback water.
And here’s my initial report, carried on MoneyTV. Expect a full video report next week…
And check out this selection of photos on Facebook.
Media, media, media
After industry demos last week in San Antonio, we demonstrated nonstop this week outside a Houston warehouse to fifteen separate groups of reporters and analysts… each interview lasting an hour at least.
Publications included AP, Reuters, The Houston Chronicle, Forbes and many more.
They were all incredibly attentive and focused. The growing attention to fracking safety issues makes this a very big deal indeed.
Better than Halliburton?
In this new group of zero-chemical cleanup technologies, Halliburton has a solid offering. What could make us so much more attractive than them?
For one thing, we believe we come in about one-third the operating cost.
But more importantly, it’s the fact that we are happy to license widely to anyone. Call it Android vs. iPhone.
As our industry advisor Jerry Bailey put it, the industry is mostly made up of small independent operators, who pick and choose their equipment and services.
So our licensing business model is perfect to spread our technology throughout this very fragmented industry.
And it is a very large industry, growing explosively.
So what’s next?
Some of these publications will come out with reports over the next few days. Others will feature us in a later roundup on this new industry.
They all want to see us in the field with a commercial system. That’s the big next milestone. And on that front, we have news coming…
Stay tuned for that next week!
We’re on the map in Texas!
Enjoy your weekend.
Riggs and Team
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)
OriginOil Rolls Out its Oil and Gas Water Cleanup Systems (video)
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