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Ecosphere Technologies, Inc. Message Board

  • jklbuilder Jul 16, 2013 7:56 PM Flag

    HAL and Nuverra (nyse NES) ink deal

    for treating frac water with their H20 Forward system.
    Any info on how many barrels per minute and anything else about their system??
    Wonder how this ties into the HAL arbitration- article says thal has been using them for some time.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Fret not peeps-the entire world is turning to fracking and the expanse of opportunities is beyond 50 companies that do what ECO does-the world market is growing by the second. In time, once the HAL issue is resolved, royalties begin to appear based on the HZ units now in place and operating, the 2 EF80's are sold, ECO will be better able to focus on developing new markets, beyond which they are likely right now in the midst of doing as this is being written. This stock is a steal at 31 cents-I advise buying more now...the 2nd half of this year should yield interesting new developments for us all-LOXOMO

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Yeah, they were previously know as HEK. I am not sure how environmental they are since they use deep-injection disposal wells.

    • Seems like esph just keeps falling further and further behind ... this is first paragraph from Motley Fool article:

      "Nuverra Environmental Services (NYSE: NES ) – formerly known as Heckmann – is a tiny company trying to carve out lucrative niche in the U.S. energy industry. And with today's announcement of a partnership with Halliburton (NYSE: HAL ) , that niche just became more solidified."

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      • Heckman Resources (now Nuverra Environmental Services) hauls our water from our oil and gas wells and I can tell you first hand they are no where close to ESPH in terms of market share and technology, it's not been implemented on the scale that ESPH has been and their main business is hauling water and injecting it down a disposal well. My guess is you're going to see a lot of water hauling companies grasping to acquire technology or merge with a company that has technology to recycle water because of their connections in the oil and gas industry. Just remember no matter how many partnerships are established they haven't been concentrating purely on the technology, they might have decent technology but it will be secondary to their business model unlike ESPH. Not saying it won't cut into ESPH's market but lets wait and see how how much before we claim ESPH is falling behind in any way.

        Sentiment: Buy

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