Shale Water Research Center Doubles Lab Space To Meet Growing Business Needs
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Houston-based Research Center Doubles Lab Space

Shale Water Research Center Adds 2,000 Square Feet to Meet Growing Business Needs

HOUSTON, TX (MMD Newswire) February 7, 2013 -- The Shale Water Research Center (SWRC) announces the expansion of its research lab by nearly 2,000 square feet to accommodate the rapid growth and the ability to better serve its membership's research needs. In addition to doubling its laboratory space, the expanded space at 8285 El Rio St., Suite 100 will provide capacity to increase its current projects and services.

"The Shale Water Research Center's new lab space will allow us to better serve our member company's research projects," said Ross Tomson, director of the SWRC. "We are committed to meeting our member's needs and this expansion demonstrates our commitment to building on our current success."

About the Shale Water Research Center (SWRC)

The SWRC works to measure describe and model full-cycle water and chemical additives used in shale oil and gas production. Our primary goal is to systematically research with the aim of increasing water reuse, reducing water costs and increasing oil and gas production from each well. Find out more at


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