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Friday, September 11, 2015

Investorideas.com Announces its First Global ‘Follow the Money’ Contest


Investorideas.com Announces its First Global ‘Follow the Money’ Contest

New York NY- Point Roberts WA–September 11, 2015 -- Investorideas.com (www.investorideas.com), a global investor news source covering leading sectors
announces its first ever ‘Follow the Money’ contest for global investors.

The contest will run from September 15th to October 31st, 2015 and is open to Investor Ideas members. (http://www.investorideas.com/membership/)

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Monday, August 24, 2015

Investing in Water Stocks for World Water Week



Investing in Water Stocks for World Water Week




Point Roberts WA, NEW YORK, NY -Investorideas.com (www.investorideas.com water stocks newswire), a global news source covering leading sectors including water, updates its water stocks directory for World Water Week, being held in Stockholm, August 23 – 28, 2015.  

World Water Week in Stockholm (http://www.worldwaterweek.org/) is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues. It is organized by SIWI. This year is the jubilee year for both the Week and the Stockholm Water Prize. The theme is Water for Development. In 2014, over 3,000 individuals and 270 convening organizations from 143 countries participated in the Week.

Experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. We believe water is key to our future prosperity, and that together, we can achieve a water wise world.

Investorideas.com water stocks directory features publicly traded water companies listed on global stock exchanges.


Preview:
American Pacific Corp. (NasdaqGM: APFC) is a leading manufacturer of specialty and fine chemicals within its focused markets. We manufacture water treatment equipment.
American States Water Company (NYSE:AWR) is the parent of Golden State Water Company, American States Utility Services, Inc. and Chaparral City Water Company. Through its subsidiaries, AWR provides water service to 1 out of 37 Californians located within 75 communities throughout 10 counties in Northern, Coastal and Southern California (approximately 255,000 customers) and to over 13,000 customers in the city of Fountain Hills, Arizona and a small portion of Scottsdale, Arizona. Through its contracted services subsidiary, American States Utility Services, Inc., the Company contracts with the U.S. government and private entities to provide various services, including water marketing and operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK) is the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the company employs nearly 7,000 dedicated professionals who provide drinking water, wastewater and other related services to approximately 15 million people in 32 states and Ontario, Canada.
Ameron International Corporation (div of National Oilwell Varco, Inc)(NYSE:NOV) The Water Transmission Group (WTG) of Ameron International Corporation, of a wholly owned subsidiary of National Oilwell Varco (NOV) is a leader in pipe technology and a principal supplier of highly-engineered concrete and steel pipe systems in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central and South America. Designed to satisfy the needs and performance requirements of each project, WTG’s concrete and steel pipe products provide long-term water and wastewater conveyance solutions.
Anhui Water Resources Development Co., (Shanghai:600502.SH) is principally engaged in the undertaking of construction projects, real estate development, electric power generation and hotel operation. The Company operates its businesses through construction of engineering projects and build - transfer (BT) projects, development and sale of real estate, hydroelectric power generation, development and sale of new building materials, as well as the operation of hotels. The Company undertakes and constructs water conservancy projects, industrial and civil engineering projects, and municipal projects. The Company operates its business In Anhui Province market and the markets outside the province.
Aqua America (NYSE:WTR) operates as the holding company for regulated utilities providing water or wastewater services primarily in the United States. It serves residential, commercial, fire protection, industrial, water, wastewater customers, and operating contracts and other customers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Illinois, Texas, New Jersey, Florida, Indiana, Virginia, Maine, Missouri, New York, and South Carolina. The company also provides water and wastewater service through operating and maintenance contracts with municipal authorities and other parties close to its operating companies' service territories.
Aqua-Pure Ventures Inc. (TSX:AQE.V) is a leading provider of industrial and municipal wastewater services and technology solutions that ensure environmental sustainability through utilization of patented and proprietary technologies.

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

Water crisis creates new marketplace as watercluster.com launches to connect industry leaders, innovative solutions

Water crisis creates new marketplace as watercluster.com launches to connect industry leaders, innovative solutions
SANTA MONICA, California, June 19, 2015 Finding the worlds most innovative water solutions just became easier with watercluster.com, an on-line deal platform to connect technology, talent and investors that can solve urgent water problems compounded by record drought on the West Coast.
Southern California is a key, dynamic market for innovation and the perfect place to introduce a new paradigm for matching new water technology, talent and services from around the world, says founder Thomas Schumann, who was inspired to launch the on-line venture by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Water Technology Innovation Cluster Program.
Schumann seeks disruptive collaboration through the on-line site, which allows members to work together and match needs with solutions in a real-time environment. The watercluster.com platform enables water industry leaders, tech companies, investors, universities, corporates, utilities, governments, NGOs and service providers to connect, communicate, collaborate and conduct business.
The first member to join watercluster.com is Global Water Technologies (OTC: GWTR), an emerging company working to commercialize new solutions that improve efficiency in water and wastewater infrastructure.
This industry needs a dynamic marketplace where resources can quickly be matched and deployed to address the growing need for new water solutions, says Erik Hromadka, CEO of Global Water Technologies. We look forward to being part of this exciting new venture.
Schumanns decision to launch watercluster.com in the Los Angeles market allows him to leverage the nations largest Metropolitan Water District to drive positive change at ground zero of Californias and Americas water challenges.
Focusing on creating social good and financial value watercluster.com promotes and advocates the value of water and its impact on all aspects of society.
More information is available at: watercluster.com
Media Contact: Thomas Schumann
watercluster.com LLC, The Water Garden, 2425 Olympic Blvd., Suite 4000W, Santa Monica, CA 90404, U.S.A., info@watercluster.com

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Investing in Water and Energy Insights with Jud Hill, Managing Partner at Blue Star Capital

Investing in Water and Energy Insights with Jud Hill, Managing Partner at Blue Star Capital

How Consolidation in the Fracking Industry is Creating Greater Efficiencies and Opportunities For Companies Treating Water

New York, NY - Point Roberts, WA – April 7, 2015 - Investorideas.com and its water investment portal, Water-stocks.com issues an exclusive Q&A with Jud Hill, Managing Partner of Blue Star Capital, LLC.

Jud shares insight into some of the benefits in the recent drop in energy prices and how new efficiencies and opportunities have been created for service providers in the sector. His thought-provoking commentary provides a unique perspective and paints a more positive outcome for the relationship between energy and water for the future.


Interview:

Q: Investorideas.com
Jud, with your background in water and energy, you have insight into how boom and bust in the energy sector has impacted the opportunity for service providers in the water treatment business. First of all, can you tell us how the boom created such a high profile concern over water usage and treatment and how that built the opportunity?

A: Jud Hill, Managing Partner, Blue Star Capital, LLC.
The hydraulic fracturing for deep strata hydrocarbons (2 miles deep) has been around for many years.  It has only been in the last 5 to 7 years it has it gained dominance. Some 60 to 70 percent of the wells completed today are hydraulically fractured. Ironically, it is still referred to as unconventional horizontal drilling. A couple of points that are important to note about the relative usage of water in hydraulic fracturing. First - understanding the entire water value chain which considers the following: sourcing of fresh water, transporting or “provisioning” the water to the drilling pad, storing the water on-site in preparation for a frac, managing the return water coming back out of the well, post frac. This return water is referred to as flow-back, which is the water that comes back over 4 to 6 weeks post frac, followed by produced water which will last as long as the life of the well (twenty plus years potentially). The flow back and produced water then needs to be transported (by truck or pipeline) to an offsite location to be disposed of or recycled for reuse. Disposal is typically via a salt water disposal well (SWD) and recycle, albeit discussed at length, is a very small part of this water value chain…at least for the time being.

Each step of this value chain has a different price point depending on which shale formation you are operating in.  For example, in Texas (Permian and the Eagle Ford) where water is in short supply, fresh water is more expensive than disposal. In Pennsylvania (Marcellus) where water is prevalent, fresh water is much cheaper than transportation and disposal. Most importantly, the largest variable in this value chain pricing spectrum, almost independent of the shale formation, is the logistics or transportation costs. This is best demonstrated in Central Pennsylvania where SWD’s are currently illegal. The transportation costs can be as high as $15/bbl to haul the water to eastern Ohio to a permitted SWD. It is surprising that many of the Exploration and Production companies (E&P’s) don’t appreciate or manage the “all in” cost of water. There is a saying in the frac water business that the service provider that reduces the “windshield time” or hauling distance will win the customers’ business. In essence, frac water service is a logistics not a technology business.

Q: Investorideas.com
As the public and government reacted to the sector, new regulations and rules also came into play. How did that impact the sector on both sides, from the energy companies to the service providers treating the water?

A: Jud Hill, Managing Partner, Blue Star Capital, LLC.
Public awareness and regulation are always important drivers in the water sector. The frequently unsaid reality is that industry doesn’t mind strong regulation. They want predictability (set a standard and don’t change it frequently) and consistently enforce the standards. A high regulatory bar keeps out the bad actors and on balance doesn’t affect the all in price of crude oil that much. Generally speaking, most of the experienced and well capitalized E&P players strive to be good stewards of the water supply and want to be seen as green/sustainable actors. The brand damage that comes from doing it wrong is far greater than the perceived savings of a few cents per barrel by trying to cut corners. Of course, treatment companies embrace strong regulation. Regulation is one of the under-pinning’s of ensuring that water is priced as a valued commodity and not a “free good” as some like to think.

Q: Investorideas.com
What are some of the myths and misperceptions out there on the relationship with energy and water?

A: Jud Hill, Managing Partner, Blue Star Capital, LLC.
As mentioned in my previous answer and as crass as it may sound, behaviors are primarily driven by the pricing of the commodity, be it energy or water. Most folks know what they pay to heat and light their homes but many don’t know how much they pay for water. It is still very cheap. Furthermore, guess what the primary cost is in the pricing of water? - The cost of energy to move the water thru a pipeline.

Not a myth but a reality. More than 20% of California’s energy is used to move water around the state.

We all seem to know how much a gallon of gasoline cost at the pump…why? - Because it has a big impact on our disposable income. How much is a gallon of water that you draw from the faucet?  - Less than a penny.

Water and energy are inextricably tied. We now label it as the water/energy nexus.

Another misconception or unappreciated fact is that energy has many substitutes (e.g. oil, coal, nuclear, wind and solar).  Water has ZERO. The best example of perfect price inelasticity… without water, you will die (a need not a want) and, if need be, you will pay any price for it.

Q: Investorideas.com
You recently told me in a phone interview how the recent drop in energy prices has created a new era of efficiency in the sector and how that has created an even better opportunity for the service providers. Can you run us through the cycle and where things stand today?

A: Jud Hill, Managing Partner, Blue Star Capital, LLC.
The water value chain I described previously has changed dramatically at $50 WTI
Three things are occurring:

  1. E&P drillers are shifting from exploratory drilling that allows them to “drill to hold” acreage which are new regions of a shale formation that are not well defined in terms of yield…at $100 bbl it can justify the risk…to what is referred to as “infield drilling” or drilling between proven wells where they own the reserves. This concentrates the water volumes into a smaller geographic area.
  2. The Moore’s law of fracking is at work….drillers are getting more efficient and better at drilling tighter frac patterns which translates to more wells per pad (3 or 5 moving to 10 to 15) causing a conservative increase of the amount of water used and produced by a factor of say three.
  3. And lastly, drillers are shifting from a “gel frac” formulation to what is called a “slick frac” approach. Gel fracs require about 75,000 bbls of water per frac where slick fracs require twice the amount of water - up to around 150,000 bbls per frac - a 2x multiplier for water.

So, assume the cumulative effect of these three drivers and you have dramatically changed the water value chain…increasing the water volumes in a smaller area of geography. Now it makes more economic sense to build a “hub and spoke” collection and treatment system. The spokes are a buried network of salt water gathering pipes (dramatically reducing the need for trucks…reducing windshield time…remember?) Everybody wins…the environment, road infrastructure, safety, public acceptance, greener and at around $2/bbl to transport the water, the E&P’s save lots of money. The hub is an SWD and potentially a recycling system to return clean salt water back to the drilling area with a sister return pipeline laid next to the collection pipe. Same set of savings apply to recycling by reducing the amount of fresh water required for the next set of fracs.

Q: Investorideas.com
In closing , with analysts on both sides seeing energy prices going higher and lower in the year ahead, where do you see it headed and if prices rise will the new efficiencies in place be lost moving forward? Do you think the industry has learned to manage resources better and will hold on to that lesson?

A: Jud Hill, Managing Partner, Blue Star Capital, LLC.
I am not smart enough to predict where the price of oil is going, but as long as we price water as a valued resource - everybody will win.

Bio:
Mr. Hill recently reestablished his management advisory firm with sector verticals to include energy, water environmental services, general industrial and life sciences. Particular expertise in the nexus between energy, water and agriculture. Advisory services range from M&A, capital structures (equity/mezz. and senior debt), and operations advisory including business strategies, markets and personnel optimization.

Has over 30 years of experience in both water and environmental service company operations as well as over a decade of private equity experience in the water industry. 
 
Prior experience includes serving as a Managing Director of NGP Energy Capital Management where he led the firm's efforts in sourcing, execution and monitoring of opportunities in the water and oil field services sectors.  Prior to NGP, Mr.Hill was a Managing Partner with Summit Global Management, Inc. where he was responsible for all private equity investments in the water sector. From 1999 to 2008, he served as a Managing Director of Aqua International Partners and then The Halifax Group, both affiliates of the Texas Pacific Group. Mr. Hill’s early career was with Atlantic Richfield and Westinghouse Electric Corporation where he held operating and executive roles in the environmental and water sectors.
 
Mr. Hill received a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Chemistry in 1977 from Edinboro State University and a Bachelor and Masters of Science in Environmental Engineering in 1979 from the University of Pittsburgh. He serves as a Trustee of the Water Keeper Alliance.

Currently serves on the Board Of Directors for Abtech Industries, Inc. and Greenstone Resource Holdings. Formerly served on the Board of Directors for Meineke Auto Care Centers, Soil safe Inc., North American Video Inc., Biotronic Systems Corp. and Westinghouse Bioanalytic Systems Corp.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

New Water Stock Added to Directory of Global Water Stocks; Mount Everest Mineral Water Ltd

New Water Stock Added to Directory of Global Water Stocks; Mount Everest Mineral Water Ltd

New York NY- Point Roberts WA–November 18, 2014–Investorideas.com, (www.investorideas.com) global news source covering leading sectors including water, issues the updated water stocks directory for November. The Water Stocks Directory lists publicly traded water companies listed on the TSX, TSX Venture, OTC, NASDAQ, AMEX, NYSE, ASX, AIM and other leading global Stock Exchanges.

Recently added to the directory is Mount Everest Mineral Water Ltd. Mount Everest Mineral Water Ltd (BSE: MOUNTEVE.BO) produces, sells, and distributes natural mineral water under the HIMALAYAN brand name in India. Its customers include hotels, airlines, embassies, etc. The company also sells its products through retail outlets, malls, multiplexes, hypermarts, and fine-dine restaurants. In addition, it exports its products worldwide. The company was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Mumbai, India. Mount Everest Mineral Water Limited is a subsidiary of Tata Global Beverages Limited.

The stock directory features water stocks ranging from desalination companies to bottled water stocks, to infrastructure, water treatment and technology as well as other sub sectors. The directory is in PDF format and features hyperlinks to stocks symbol(s), company URL’s and company's description. For investors following water stocks this is one of the most comprehensive directories in the sector available.



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