Focus Areas In 2018: Strategic Visions & Technical Case Studies Shared Over 3 Days



  • Cost-Effectively Manage The Entire Water Management System: Including Sourcing, Transfer, Reuse & Disposal
  • Regional Demand For Water Reuse:The feasibility of reusing water in the SCOOP/STACK
  • Justifying The Economics For Reuse: Comparing the cost of reuse Vs. the cost of disposal
  • Cost Effective Disposal: Assessing effective disposal methods available in Oklahoma
  • OGC Directives On Seismicity: Update on the latest directives concerning seismic activity
  • Seismicity Risks & Effect On Cost: Understanding seismicity risks as water volumes increase
  • How Operators Are Curbing Seismicity: Proven methods for reducing the risk of seismicity
  • Minimum Treatment Levels:The optimum level of treatment required for frac compatibility
  • Latest Cost-Effective Treatment: The latest treatment techniques including filtration & brine remediation
  • Pipeline Infrastructure Design : Assessing the latest pipeline infrastructure designs and how they could increase efficiency
  • Pipeline Materials & Leak Prevention Technologies : The latest SCADA and Leak Detection technology and their benefits
  • The Impact Of Midstream Companies : Understanding the midstream model & how it has changed the water management focus
  • Right Of Way Issues - Kingfisher County : Understanding the legalities of right of way issues and the possible effects of the ban in Kingfisher County spreading to other areas
  • Storage Systems : Assessing storage methods and benefits of impoundments
  • Water Sourcing & Availability : Understanding the outlook of source availability and locations in Oklahoma
  • Alternatives To Underground Injection : Assessing disposal options that do not increase the risk of induced seismicity
  • Optimizing Completions Design & Fluids : Examining the latest frac designs and performance of frac fluids

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