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
2nd Annual Upstream & Midstream Water Management Congress 2019
With water volumes used in fracs climbing and not a lot of produced water reuse taking place, induced seismicity and disposal continuing to pose a challenge. With little established commercial water infrastructure in place, water is now being understood to be a critical part of the value chain and a big concern for the region's operators.
With operators paying for the entire system of water management - from sourcing to recycling to facilities design to disposal - as well as absorbing high labor costs, E&Ps are striving to drive down costs as low as possible across all areas and looking at midstream operators as an increasingly critical part of the water management process.
American Business Conferences' Full Life Cycle Water Management Congress Oklahoma Shale 2019 returns to Oklahoma City this December with a focus on assessing effective full life cycle water management methods to drive down operational expenditure on a cost per barrel basis, bringing together regional operators and service providers from across the nation, to share their knowledge and experiences on proven and effective ways to optimize water management strategies.
American Business Conferences promises to once again push the envelope, and raise the bar to bring you over 20 Hours of Learning, Networking & Business Development.
DAY 1 FOCUS: WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12, 2019
- Focusing On Key Economic Cost Drivers, Including Water Reuse, Disposal, Safe Surface Discharge, Trucking, Midstream, Regulations (County And State)
DAY 2 FOCUS: THURSDAY DECEMBER 13, 2019
- Focused On Produced Water Resuse, Recycling Case Studies, Induced Seismicity, Seismic Regulations, Water Quality For Completions, Treatment Technologies: Bacteria & Brine Scaling, Mineral Mapping, Beneficial Reuse
Multiple Registration Options | Make Sure You Don't Miss Out
+ Subsidized E&P Registration Rates + Group Discounts For E&Ps & Vendors
+ Sponsorship & Exhibition Options + Fully Interactive Live Stream Option
INTERESTED IN SPONSORING OR EXHIBITING AT THE 2019 EVENT?
Being the first shale water management focused conference for the region, this event is designed to be a one-stop-shop for E&Ps from across Oklahoma, that are looking for the latest treatment technologies, disposal technologies and services, and water transfer options to optimize water management strategies while reducing the risk of seismicity.
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