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Hear From Leading E&P Operators & Technology Providers From...
- Western Canada's Tight Oil & Shale Gas Plays, Including Montney, Duvernay and Cardium
- Leading US Tight Oil & Shale Plays, including the Permian Basin
- Leading Latin and South American Operators
Meet, Network, Learn From Senior Decision Makers & Water Management Experts
Including Presidents, CEOs, COOs, VPs, Heads, Directors, Managers, Principals, Team Leads, Technologists, Supervisors, Specialists, Superintendents, Coordinators, Consultants, Chemists of ...
- Water Treatment
- Project Management
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2019 AGENDA AT A GLANCE
Hear Success Stories & Lessons Learned From Active Canadian Tight Oil & Shale Gas Plays
DAY 1 FOCUS:
> LIFE CYCLE WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: Preparing For Future Expansion & New Market Opportunities
> SUCCESSFUL PRODUCED WATER REUSE STRATEGIES: Reusing Produced Water Cost Effectively For Fracking & Long Term Production
> WESTERN CANADIAN REGULATIONS: Evolving Regulations In Alberta, British Columbia & Saskatchewan Governing The Storage, Transportation & Reuse Of Produced Water
> WATER TRANSFER OPTIONS: Comparing Water Handling Strategies & Water Transport Solutions To Reduce Costs
> MIDSTREAM INTEGRATED WATER SOLUTIONS: Evaluating Opportunities For Midstream Water Infrastructure Sharing
> TEMPORARY PIPELINES: Improving The Movement Of Produced Water Movement In Temporary Pipelines
> WATER STORAGE STRATEGIES: Constructing, Designing & Monitoring Pits, Takes & Impoundments
> AUTOMATED WATER TRANSFER: Using SCADA Systems & Leak Detection Technology To Move Water With More Control, Less Manpower And Avoid Over-Pressuring
> DISPOSAL STRATEGIES: Examining Disposal Techniques Used By Regional Operators & Assess Available Disposal Options And Capacity Vs. Transmission And Reuse
> REDUCING THE COST OF DEEP WELL INJECTION: Effectively Manage Large Flowback Volumes To Determine Appropriate Levels Of Treatment
DAY 2 FOCUS:
> TREATMENTS FOR REUSING WATER IN FRACS: Improving Well Performance And Fracking Effectiveness
> REUSE AND THE RESERVOIR: Mitigating The Impact Of Produced Water Reuse On The Reservoir
> WATER FOR FRAC OPERATIONS: Understanding How Producers Are Dealing With Water For Their Frac Operations
> COST EFFECTIVE TREATMENTS FOR WATER: Sessions On Treating H2S, Iron Sulfide, Bacteria & Scale
> BENEFICIAL REUSE: Assessing State-Of-The-Art Technologies Capable Of Turning Waste Into Yieldable By-Products For Reuse
> WATER MANAGEMENT IN WINTER: Maintaining Water Flow Throughout The Year - Get To Grips With The Water Challenges Faced By Canadian Operators In The Winter
> TECHNOLOGY & WATER MANAGEMENT - RETROFITTING EQUIPMENT: Reducing Costs On Retrofitting Existing Equipment To Save On CapEx And OpEx
> TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Looking At The Automation Of Water Facilities & Digitization Of Water Transfer Infrastructure, Microwave Inspection For Pipelines And Water Treatment Technologies