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AGENDA AT A GLANCE

Focus Areas In 2019: Strategic Visions & Technical Case Studies Shared Over 3 Days


MAIN TWO-DAY CONFERENCE: DECEMBER 11 & 12

DAY ONE FOCUS
  • Analyzing The Economics Of Water Management:Operator Panel: Leveraging New Strategies And Practical Opportunities To Manage Produced Water Volumes & Compare Water Treatment Economics For Recycling & Reuse Vs. Disposal
  • Oklahoma State Regulatory Panel:Understand The Current State Regulatory Framework On Water Sourcing, Deep Well Disposal, Induced Seismicity & Water Handling 
  • County Regulations Panel:Kingfisher, Creek & Stephens: Getting To Grips With Ambiguities On Permitting And Liability Issues & Clarity On Public Policy And Steps For Working Within The Confines Of County Regulations
  • Current & Future Midstream Infrastructure Panel:Assess The Capex & Opex Benefits Of Using Midstream Infrastructure Vs. Using Your Own Facilities
  • Cost Effective & Efficient Water Transfer Strategies:Comparing Options: Examine Key Economic Drivers For Centralized, Buried Or Temporary Pipelines And Trucking To Determine Options Where Cost And Efficiencies Are Optimized
  • Trucking:Assess Latest Technologies To Help Optimize Truck Routes
  • Managing Produced Water Disposal Panel:Best Practices For Cost Effective Disposal Alternatives Across The State When Recycling & Reuse Is Not An Option
  • Water Temperature:Evaluate How Using Fiberglass Pipelines Can Handle Higher Water Temperatures And Help Transfer Flowback Water Immediately After Drilling
  • Safe Surface Discharge:Defining Water Quality Standards For Safe Surcharge Discharge & How To Get There Cost Effective
DAY TWO FOCUS
  • Economics Of Produced Water Reuse: Evaluate And Compare The Cost Of Recycling Flowback Water Vs. Using Freshwater For Production Operations
  • Recycling & Reuse: Success, Failures & Lessons Learned: World E&P Case Study To Back The Business Case For Reuse: Examine Practical & Feasible Applications For Recycling Produced Water In The Scoop/Stack
  • Optimizing Water Sourcing During Drought: Learn About Operator Perspectives And Strategies For Sourcing Fresh Water Supplies During Extended Periods Of Drought
  • Managing The Risks Of Induced Seismicity: Addressing The Impact Of Frac Operations On Induced Seismicity And Discuss How To Mitigate Long Term Legal And Cost Issues
  • Seismicity Regulations: Regulator Keynote: Understanding The Latest Seismicity Regulations In Oklahoma & The Impact On Future Operations And Disposal
  • Water Quality, Treatment & Frac Chemistry And Impact On Well Performance: How Different Water Quality Levels And Chemical Treatment Options Are Impacting Well Performance And Overall Frac Quality
  • Treating Bacteria & Brine Scaling: Utilizing The Latest Biocide Treatment Technologies Including Glut & Thps Biocide Mitigation To Improve Overall Well Performance & Keep Your System Clear Of Bacterial Fouling
  • Mineral Mapping: Examine The Mineralogy Of The Formation Through Mineral Mapping To Assess Frac Conditions And Map Out Potential Elements To Extract For Beneficial Reuse
  • Beneficial Reuse: Assess State Of The Art Technologies Capable Of Turning Waste Into A Yieldable By-Products For Reuse In Alternate Agricultural Industries

Main Conference Agenda: Wednesday & Thursday, December 11 & 12, 2019

CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2019

9:00 Chair's Opening Remarks

ANALYZING THE ECONOMICS OF WATER MANAGEMENT: OPERATOR PANEL

9:10 Assess New Strategies To Compare Water Treatment Economics For Recycling & Reuse Vs. Disposal Of Produced Water

This opening operator panel establishes where the industry is in the Scoop & Stack with a focus on operators in Kingfisher & Creek counties and delves into freshwater sourcing vs. reuse and understanding the future of water disposal from a CapEx and OpEx perspective

  • Establishing the ratio and percentage of fresh water used for fracking vs. recycled produced water in the region
  • Hear from operators on innovative strategies and technologies being implemented to reuse and dispose of water at the lowest possible cost in the current $51 a barrel environment
  • Examine how the increasing investment in midstream infrastructure and pipeline network can help facilitate the movement of large volumes of water for reuse and disposal whilst reducing handling costs in the long term
  • Assess truly cost effective, proven and scalable technologies for recycling and disposing produced water effectively

Bill Fairhurst, President, Riverford Resources

Victor Jordan, Production Manager,Casillas Petroleum

9:50 Question & Answer Session

WATER MANAGEMENT REGULATION

OKLAHOMA REGULATORY PANEL

10:00 Gain Clarity How Evolving Political Dynamics And Evolving County - By - County Regulations Will Impact The Economics Of  Water Recycling, Reuse & Disposal

10:05 Panel Part A - County Level Regulation

Understanding, On A County By County Basis, Evolving Water Transfer Regulations & Restrictions On The Piping Of Produced Water

This county level panel session focuses on understanding county regulations with three individual sessions from Kingfisher, Creek and Stephens counties

  • Gain clarity on counties legislation and future updates in regards to laying down temporary pipelines for handling produced water
  • Understand county level approvals on trucking options and how that can impact network operations
  • Get to grips with the process for gaining permits, current restrictions and possible future changes at a county level
  • Learn about the restrictions currently in place on piping of produced or flowback water and how that can affect reuse options

10:25 Panel Part B - The Operator View

An Upstream Operators View On How To Overcome County Level Restrictions On Water Transfer Infrastructure

10:45 Panel Part C - State/County Regulators & Midstream Water Business'

Gain Regulatory Clarity On Changing Rules Potentially Impacting The Midstream Water Business Model Including The Development Of Recycling & Reuse Infrastructure

This regulator led panel discussion focuses on understanding state policies and how new innovations can allow for midstream and upstream companies to deal with produced water in a more efficient and effective process

  • Recognize the short and long term risks associated with injection wells
  • Agreements with other states, how does this affect midstream operations?
  • Gain clarity on the regulatory requirements and processes to obtain disposal well permits in the SCOOP/STACK

Lloyd Kirk, Director External Affairs, Oklahoma Department Of Environmental Quality

Shellie Chard, Director, Oklahoma Water Quality Department

11:05 Panel Part D - Regulations On Handling

Understanding The Regulatory Standpoint On Truck Traffic In Oklahoma

Standards For Permitting, Whether It Is Underground Pipeline, Lay Flats, Holding Pits, Road Crossings, All Of That Seems To Be Evolving As Time Goes On And Water Becomes A More Pertinent Sector Of The Industry In Itself

11:25 Morning Refreshments In The Networking & Exhibition Area

EXAMINE THE MIDSTREAM MODEL FOR WATER HANDLING
Water Transfer Options Including Pipeline & Trucking

CURRENT & FUTURE MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE PANEL

12:00 Assess The CapEx & OpEx Benefits Of Using Midstream Infrastructure Vs. Using Your Own Facilities: Learn What Infrastructure Is Already In Place In The SCOOP/STACK And the Future Outlook For Development

  • Understand the current industry landscape as operators are getting rid of their upstream assets and contracting third party midstream providers for an efficient and cost effective water handling solution
  • Examine the extend of existing infrastructure already in the region and assess the future prospect for network growth
  • Assess the level of midstream consolidation in the play with leading midstream providers buying upstream assets from operators. Learn the impact of this on future water handling operations and costs

Tom McCormick, Water Management Supervisor, Marathon Oil

Jose Ortega, Vice President, Terra Midstream

12:30 Question & Answer Session

12:40 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

COST EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT WATER TRANSFER STRATEGIES: COMPARING OPTIONS

1:40 Alternatives For Centralized, Buried Or Temporary Pipelines Vs. Trucking To Move Large Volumes Of Produced Water At The Lowest Cost Possible

  • Examine capital costs involved in setting up permanent vs. temporary pipelines in contrast to utilizing traditional trucking to move produced water
  • Examine the operator's vision and overall water management strategy to find out how a decision is made to select the most efficient mode of water transfer and handling
  • Establishing the optimum strategy for transferring fresh and flowback water using pipelines vs. trucks depending on varying volumes of water depending on the operators scale of operation

2:10 Question & Answer Session

TRUCKING

2:20 Assess Latest Technologies To Help Optimize Truck Routes: Understand Whether Integrated Partnerships Between Midstream And Trucking Entities Are A Viable Option For Moving Produced Water In The SCOOP/STACK

  • Assess how advancements in fleet monitoring technology can help optimize routes to minimize inefficiencies by avoiding routes with traffic and road closures
  • Learn how technologies like geo fencing can help operators efficiently track and understand truck movements to better schedule and forecast water sourcing and disposal cycles
  • Understand how trucking companies can utilize these innovative technologies to this fullest extent to leverage their services and improve integration for produced water transfer and handling
  • A look at the options of partnerships between midstream companies and trucking entities to build out a collaborative handling infrastructure

2:50 Question & Answer Session

ALTERNATIVES TO DISPOSAL
Cost Effective & Efficient Water Disposal Options

MANAGING PRODUCED WATER DISPOSAL PANEL

3:00 Best Practices For Cost Effective Disposal Alternatives Across The State When Recycling & Reuse Is Not An Option

  • In-house Vs. Third Party Disposal: Understand how operators decide in between either disposal alternative and the cost considerations associated with each
  • Water Qualities & Treatment Options: Evaluate innovative treatment technologies such as EOR, SAGD, ozone for the treatment of bio-slime and bacteria for safe disposal
  • Aggregation Points: Understand how setting up a centralized booster station can make it easier to consolidate water handling and pump more straight towards disposal

3:40 Question & Answer Session

Colby Tiffee, Director Commercial Development, Alta Mesa

3:50 Afternoon Refreshments In The Networking & Exhibition Area

WATER TEMPERATURE

4:20 Evaluate How Using Fiberglass Pipelines Can Handle Higher Water Temperatures And Help Transfer Flowback Water Immediately After Drilling

With flowback water temperatures rising up to 220-250 degrees Fahrenheit in the SCOOP/STACK, this session is aimed at analyzing how utilizing new innovative pipelines materials such as fiberglass can help move flowback water faster and keep operations smoothly

  • Assess the cost considerations when using flowback pits, cooling towers and fan coolers Vs. using fiberglass pipes
  • Examine the cost savings that can be achieved by minimizing electricity costs by mitigating the use of centrifugal pimps and tower coolers to balance out the water temperature
  • Learn about the benefits of being able to pump flowback water immediately after drilling to disposal sites instead store it in cooling pits
  • Examine how new piping materials such as fiberglass can be integrated into existing pipeline infrastructure and address any possible compatibility issues

4:50 Question & Answer Session

ALTERNATIVE DISPOSAL TECHNIQUES

5:00 Discussing Alternate Technologies For Disposal Of Water Economically When Reuse And Deep Well Injection Are Not Viable Options

  • Learn about alternate scalable disposal technologies such as evaporation pits that can be used when deep well injection is not an option or injection wells are too far out
  • Learn how alternate disposal methods can help reduce total cumulative cost when compared to transferring water over to downhole disposal sites
  • Breaking down how technologies such as crystallization can help offset total cost associated with traditional deep well injection

5:30 Question & Answer Session

Dean Fanguy, Director Of Business Development,TETRA Technologies

SAFE SURFACE DISCHARGE

5:40 Defining Water Quality Standards For Safe Surcharge Discharge & How To Get There Cost Effectively

This session looks at the impact of proposed regulatory changes & standards for permitting on E&P disposal and discharge strategies in the scoop/stack and a look at the different options for treating produced water safely from an operator and regulatory perspective

  • Assess the minimum treatment level required before produced water can be discharge into fresh water stream sources
  • Analyze the optimal treatment options to ensure safe and compliant surface discharge standards
  • Discuss the environmental impact of produced water and steps that can be taken by the industry to maintain high quality disposal standards

6:10 Question & Answer Session

6:15 First Day Of The Conference Ends With The Chair's Closing Remarks

6:15 - 7:00 Networking Drinks In The Exhibition Area

7:00 - 9:50 Invitation-Only 5* Dinner For Speakers & Sponsors

CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY 2: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2019

9:00 Chair's Opening Remarks

RECYCLING FLOWBACK WATER VS. USING FRESHWATER

ECONOMICS OF PRODUCED WATER REUSE

9:10 Compare Cost Of Recycling Flowback Water Vs. Using Freshwater To Optimize Water Sourcing Volumes And Justify Produced Water Reuse For Operations

  • Assess the key decision making factors and criteria operators are using when trying to justifying recycling flowback water
  • Examine the cost of using treatment technologies to recycle produced water Vs. immediately disposing flowback water and sourcing freshwater for completions
  • Understand the benefits of how reusing large volumes of flowback water can help minimize disposal volumes and induced seismicity risks

Bill Fairhurst, President, Riverford Resources

9:40 Question & Answer Session

RECYCLING & REUSE: SUCCESS, FAILUERS & LESSONS LEARNED

9:50 Real World E&P Case Study To Back The Business Case For Reuse: Examine Practical & Feasible Applications For Recycling Produced Water In The SCOOP/STACK

  • Establishing the lowest cost treatment options when treating produced water for reuse in completions
  • Understand what kind of roadblocks were hit on the way to setting up effective recycling/ reuse infrastructure
  • Learn what type of systems, level of technology and infrastructure and cost considerations need to be accounted for when justifying reused water in completions

10:20 Question & Answer Session

Mark Patton, President, Hydrozonix

10:30 Morning Refreshments In The Networking & Exhibition Area

WATER MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES

UTILIZING DATA ANALYTICS IN WATER MIDSTREAM

11:00 Repurposing Water with Technology and Sustainable Approaches

  • Understanding how data analytics can be applied to optimize reuse and recycling of produced water
  • An overview of the produced water market needs and demands in the Scoop & Stack region
  • Assess and examine the uses of surface discharge applications in the field
  • Learn more about the current midstream eco system and evaluate how that fits into the whole water management cycle

Jose Ortega, Vice President, Terra Midstream

11:30 Question & Answer Session

MITIGATING INDUCED SEISMICITY

MANAGING THE RISKS OF INDUCED SEISMICITY

11:40 Addressing The Impact Of Frac Operations On Induced Seismicity And How To Mitigate Long Term Legal And Cost Issues

  • Sharing and analyzing regional data from the SCOOP/STACK to further understand the true impact of induced seismicity
  • Examining the co-relation of induced seismicity due to hydraulic fracking and its long term impact on neighbouring regions and other industries
  • Assessing the true impact of induced seismicity as a result of hydraulic fracturing Vs. deep well injection disposal

Kyle Murray, Hydrogeologist, University Of Oklahoma

12:10 Question & Answer Session

12:20 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

SEISMICITY REGULATIONS: REGULATOR KEYNOTE

1:20 Understanding The Latest Seismicity Regulations In Oklahoma & The Impact On Future Operations And Disposal

  • Learn more about county and state level regulation put in place to combat the negative effects of induced seismicity as a result of disposal
  • Understand how new regulations put in place after increased seismic triggers, especially in the Kingfisher county are going to affect the industry and the future of fracking and disposal in the region
  • Assess how different regulatory bodies across the region are working with one another to identify earthquake prone areas in the SCOOP/STACK and get an update on future regulatory changes in the region

Kyle Murray, Hydrogeologist,University Of Oklahoma
1:50 Question & Answer Session

EFFECTIVE CHEMICAL PROGRAMS & TREATMENT METHODS FOR FLOWBACK AND PRODUCED WATER

WATER QUALITY, TREATMENT & FRAC CHEMISTY AND IMPACT ON WELL PERFORMANCE

2:00 Assessing How Different Water Quality Levels And Chemical Treatment Options Are Impacting Well Performance And Overall Frac Quality

  • Compare and contrast to better understand the effects of fresh water completion vs. using produced water on long term well productivity and frac quality
  • Examine the right chemistry and optimum treatment levels required to ensure a successful frac job with different formation types
  • Learn more about the importance of identifying the right combination and ratio of elements in order to achieve high levels of well productivity

2:30 Question & Answer Session

WATER TREATMENT OPTIONS

TREATING BACTERIA & BRINE SCALING

2:40 Applying The latest Biocide Treatment Technologies Including GLUT & THPS Biocide Mitigation To Improve Overall Well Performance: Keep Your System Clear Of Bacterial Fouling

  • Understand how latest innovations in technology can help operators treat water for safe surface discharge as well as reuse in completions operations
  • Scrutinize the costs, capabilities and ROI of implementing such treatment technologies to improve well performance
  • Asses the impact of how bacterial fouling, brine and scale can affect pipelines, facilities and overall well performance

3:10 Question & Answer Session

3:20 Afternoon Refreshments In The Networking & Exhibition Area

MINERAL MAPPING

3:50 Using Mineral Mapping To Assess Frac Conditions And Map Out Useful Elements To Extract For Beneficial Reuse

  • Understand how minerals interact with one another when exposed to fresh water Vs. produced water to better improve water sourcing standards and quality levels
  • Learn how latest technology like mineral mapping can be utilized to identify ideal formations for drilling and well performance
  • Examine how advanced analysis of the mineralogy of the formation can help operators understand whether fresh water or produced water is best for the formation

4:20 Question & Answer Session

BENEFICIAL REUSE STRATEGIES

BENEFICIAL REUSE

4:30 Implementing State Of The Art Technologies Capable Of Turning Waste Into A Yieldable By-Products For Reuse In Alternate Agricultural Industries

  • Examine the cost considerations, capabilities, scalability and ROI of latest treatment technologies for implementing beneficial reuse
  • Learn how various elements and by-products can be extracted from flowback water before disposal, to create new avenues of revenue streams
  • Assess how by-products such as salts and iodine can be segregated from produced water for application in other industries such as agriculture

5:00 Question & Answer Session

5:10 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:15 Amazon Echo Draw

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