Houston Business Journal honors Water Standard CEO
Water Standard announced that CEO Amanda Brock has been recognized as an "Innovator" in the Houston Business Journal's Women in Energy Leadership Awards.
Brock is recognized for her many professional affiliations and environmental efforts over her more than 25 years in the industry. Her foresight and passion for water conservation within oil and gas drove her to help found Water Standard in 2008, and the company is now recognized as a pioneer in water treatment for the energy industry.
Brock shares her belief: "We have to give back and make the environment a better place for the people we're leaving it to."
Viewed as an industry strategist, Brock is regularly requested to speak and participate at global events, keeping the topic of water scarcity and reuse at the forefront. She sits on several Advisory Boards and counsels Private Equity Investors, identifying global investment opportunities in the water and energy sectors. She also is a regular columnist, writing about the Water Energy Nexus for Global Water Intelligence published in Oxford, U.K.
Brock contributes her success to the team that supports her. She is proud that Water Standard is successfully navigating the industry downturn as the company continues to deliver effective water treatment solutions for today's challenges. As part of Water Standard's strategy, Brock proactively initiated the recent acquisition of Houston-based Monarch Separators to better respond to the industry's need to recycle and reuse produced water.