March 20, 2015: MYCELX Wins "Water Management Company of the Year" from the Oil and Gas Awards
MYCELX Technologies Corporation (AIM: MYX), a global oil-free water technology company, received the distinguished honor of being named the “Water Management Company of the Year” at the 3rd Annual Oil and Gas Awards, Gulf Coast region.
The Oil & Gas Awards recognize the outstanding achievements within the upstream and midstream sectors of the North American oil and gas industry. The awards are a platform for the industry to demonstrate and celebrate the advances made in the key areas of innovation, environmental stewardship, operational excellence, corporate social responsibility and health and safety.
Hundreds of companies were nominated and MYCELX was among the finalists vying for one of the Gulf Coast region industry awards held in Houston on the evening of Thursday, March 19, 2015. MYCELX was voted the “Water Management Company of the Year” by a judging panel of over 25 industry leaders. The key decision drivers included MYCELX’s dedication to developing new approaches and technologies, setting water treatment standards, improving the environment, product innovations and company values.
Lance Rodeman, Regional Manager of Technical Solutions and Matthew Goysich, Business Development Senior Engineer in Technical Solutions for North America accepted the award on behalf of the company. When interviewed, they stated, “As a technology provider, we pride ourselves in the ability to continually advance our water treatment technology to meet and exceed the needs of producers.”
MYCELX Chief Executive Officer and Director, Connie Mixon states, “This is a tremendous honor and recognition of our growing status and impact within the oil and gas industry. The industry’s desire to invest in production and process improvement while reducing the environmental impact of ongoing operations has contributed to MYCELX’s global success. Our proven technology positively impacts their bottom line and performance by sustainably managing the enormous volume of water associated with their operations.”