WHO ATTENDED:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • US Oil & Gas Majors
  • Leading Marcellus Operators
  • Leading Utica Operators
  • Independent Oil & Gas Companies With Shale Gas Operations
  • Leading Operators Active In Other Major North American Shale Plays Such as Haynesville, Eagle Ford & Barnett
  • Utica Operators
  • Government & Regulatory Bodies
  • Research Institutes
  • Geological Institutes & Associations

With The Following Job Titles:


  • CEO       
  • VP Completions
  • VP Production
  • VP Operations
  • VP Engineering
  • VP Resource Management
  • VP Marcellus
  • VP Utica
  • VP Assets
  • VP Unconventional Resources
  • VP Geology & Geophysics
  • VP Strategy & Planning
  • VP Upstream North America
  • VP Onshore Development
  • VP New Ventures
  • VP Asset Development
  • VP Strategy
  • Technology Director
  • Completions Director
  • Technical Engineers
  • Chief Unconventional Oil & Gas Experts
  • General Counsel
  • Associate General Counsel
  • Staff Attorney
  • In House Counsel
  • VP Legal
  • Corporate Affairs Professionals

PLUS:


  • Water Treatment & Filtration Companies
  • Water-less frac
  • Gel frac
  • Gas frac
  • Bioremediation Companies
  • Pressure Pumping Companies
  • Hydraulic Fracturing Service Providers
  • Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Pipeline Companies
  • Transport & Logistical Service Providers
  • GPS Tracking System Service Providers
  • Water Storage Companies
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Well Service Providers
  • Completions Consultants
  • Laboratory & Analysis Firms
  • Software Systems Companies
  • Investment Firms
  • Market & Economics Analysts
  • PR Firms
  • CO2 Sequestration

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

To maintain economic operations whilst complying with current and proposed sourcing, treatment, storage and disposal regulations…

...Innovative alternatives to disposal wells, latest treatment technologies for re-use and commercially viable strategies for the collaborative re-use, storage and transfer of water need to be shared.

Do not miss the chance to be part of the discussion as major E&P operators gather at the Produced Water Disposal & Reuse Initiative: Utica & Marcellus 2014 Congress to deliver tried and tested case studies on recent technological and strategic advances that have enabled them to successfully drive down the cost of disposal and maximize the amount of water re-used within the Marcellus and Utica

WHAT'S NEW THIS YEAR?

  • TREATMENT FOR DISPOSAL: Examining the cost- effectiveness of different treatment methods to remove salts from produced water for safe discharge into streams
  • INNOVATIVE DISPOSAL OPTIONS: Evaluating evaporation, public treatment facilities and other innovative disposal methods as an economically viable alternative to disposal wells
  • OPERATOR COLLABORATION: Assessing the feasibility of building centralized treatment and storage facilities to reduce the transportation, storage and recycling costs

OTHER TOPICS DISCUSSED:

  • ALTERNATIVE WATER SOURCING: Evaluating the potential of using AMD as a water source to determine it as a cost-effective method of minimizing fresh water sourcing
  • WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES: Examining electro coagulation, chemical treatments, on-site treatment technologies to determine The most cost-effective method
  • WATER STORAGE: Comparing the construction and maintenance costs of storing water in tanks vs. above and below ground pits to determine the cheapest and safest option
  • REGULATIONS: Examining latest sourcing, storage, disposal and reuse regulations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia to ensure compliance in operations

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