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New Mexico Releases WaterSTAR Produced Water Data Portal

New Mexico Releases WaterSTAR Produced Water Data Portal

The New Mexico Produced Water Reuse data portal was developed through an agreement between the New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium and the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) in support of the New Mexico Water Data Initiative. The WaterSTAR product of the GWPC was used as the basis of the data portal. The data sources used in the development of the data portal are provided by the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division (OCD) and the Petroleum Recovery Research Center. Read More
RBDMS WellFinder Adds Kansas Data

RBDMS WellFinder Adds Kansas Data

The state of Kansas has joined 13 other oil and gas states whose well data is now featured in the RBDMS WellFinder app. The data, which is directly provided by the state of Kansas, will be updated monthly. Read More
A New Naming Convention Emerges for RBDMS Applications

A New Naming Convention Emerges for RBDMS Applications

Over the last few years a new naming convention for RBDMS applications has emerged. A number of RBDMS web applications now have the STAR acronym in their name. This acronym was first used in California’s implementation of RBDMS 3.0 (WellSTAR) and stands for Statewide Tracking and Reporting. Read More