Leading E&P's That Were Present In The Room Last Year Including:
- Marathon Oil
- Gulfport Energy
- ROAN Resources
- Kingfisher Midstream
- Alta Mesa Resources Inc
- Chapparral Energy
- Cheyenne Petroleum
- Continental Resources Inc
- Corterra Energy
- Enable Midstream
- Layne Water Midstream
- SK E&P
- Tallgrass Energy
- Waterbridge Resources
Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities For A Range Of Service Providors & Suppliers Of:
End-to-End Water Management Solutions
- Produced Water Treatment Technologies: For Brine Water Remediation, TDS Removal, H2S Mitigation, Mobile Treatment, Membrane Filtration, Reverse-Osmosis, Electrocoagulation, Ion-Exchange, Evaporators, Crystallization, Beneficial Reuse & More
- Produced Water Recycling Services
- Oilfield Water Disposal Services: For Injection Wells Construction, Permitting & More
- Produced Water Storage/Containment Solutions: Containment Systems, Above Ground Storage, Storage Tanks & More
- Produced Water Transfer Services: Pipeline Construction, Pipeline Material Suppliers (Polypipes, Temporary Hose etc.), Above Ground Pipelines, Produced Water Trucking Services, Real-Time Truck Monitoring Systems & More
- Frac Fluids Suppliers: Slick Water Frac Fluids, Cross-link Gels, Hybrid Proppant Suppliers & More
For more information on how to sponsor or exhibit at the event, please contact:
Phone: (1) 800 721 3915
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AGENDA AT A GLANCE
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