GreenHunter’s Management Shakeup, Sells S TX Injection Well

GreenHunter Water, a division of GreenHunter Resources and based in Texas, has its eyes on the northeast. GreenHunter is building up a series of frack wastewater recycling and shipping facilities throughout the Marcellus and Utica Shale region. Perhaps the most prominent GreenHunter facility in the northeast, because it’s been in the news recently, is the one they’re building in Wheeling, WV (see GreenHunter’s Wheeling Frack Wastewater Facility Hits a Snag for the latest).

We have a pair of recent announcements from GreenHunter to share. The first announcement is that GreenHunter has just sold a South Texas wastewater injection well for $3.9 million, which may not seem like MDN news, but it is because GreenHunter sold it expressly to continue the company’s laser focus on the Marcellus/Utica region. The second announcement is about a shakeup at the top. As of a few weeks ago, Jonathan Hoopes, who had been on the Board of Directors and was the interim CEO, President and COO, is now gone. GreenHunter’s Chairman of the Board, Gary Evans, has taken the reigns as interim CEO. A number of other people have changed chairs in upper management and there’s been a few new hires as well. Details below…

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