Water Independence and Water Security...now!
Primary Water Technologies LLC (USA) is the first water exploration and production (Water E&P) venture established to locate, drill into and produce high quality earth-generated Primary Water worldwide. PrimaryWater™ refers to renewable unconventional groundwater resources available globally regardless of geology or climate. Primary Water E&P follows the proven methodology of the other extractive industries of the oil/gas and mining sectors. Advanced remote sensing and geophysical technologies assist in pinpoint locating these resources; precision drilling using standard DTH dual rotary air hammer drilling rigs into typically consolidated and hard rock formations ensures minimal contamination and maximum production. We drill where the water is!
What is Primary Water?
Fractures and Fissures
All in nature is moving. Under the influence of the sun, the moon and internal factors, fractures and fissures form in Earth's mantle and all the way up through Earth's crust. These are the canals through which primary water finds its way to the surface.
Imagery and Data Analytics
Radiometrics, Magnetic anomalies, Gravity anomalies and Satellite imagery are used to estimate where the probabilities are highest to find large quantities of underground water.
Primary water is confined to specific pathways. It is not a diffuse source of water. That's why it's crucial to know exactly where to drill, in order to hit the water-filled underground structure. The next step is to precision-drill at the exact point, where the underground primary water was located.
“At no time is water static. It is constantly changing form. It is either a liquid or gas, or it is bound up in crystalline form in rocks and minerals. The cycle of gas to liquid to crystal is repeated over and over. Oxygen and hydrogen combine under the electromechanical forces of the earth to form liquid water. Not only is water being constantly formed within the earth, but also rocks, minerals, and oil. What I seek is water in its liquid state.”
Stephan Riess (1898 - 1985)