WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Decision Makers From:
- E&P Companies Operating in Californian Basins
- E&P Companies Seeking JV Partners in California
- Investment Firms Seeking New Opportunities
- Regulatory Bodies & Associations
With The Following Job Titles:
- Water Management
- Chemical Engineering
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Water Treatment Technology Vendors
- Water Logistics Companies
- Suppliers of Water Disposal Products
- Environmental Strategists
- Regulatory Advisors
- Drilling Companies
- Suppliers of Hydrogeological Mapping
- Suppliers of Reconditioned Water
- Facility Construction Companies
- Public Relations Companies
Given the scale of investment necessary to economically and responsibly re-use and dispose of water...
...the California Water Management 2014: Steam Generation & Hydraulic Fracturing Congress will allow for the first time, a comprehensive E&P analysis of the commerciality of using different water treatment technologies for re-use in hydraulic fracturing, steam generation and waterflood, as well as treatment for disposal.
Over an intensive two days of E&P case studies, the initiative will bring together light and heavy oil operators, across the San Joaquin, Los Angeles, Ventura and Sacramento Basins to evaluate water recycling programs, find the most effective chemical treatment methods for produced water, strategies for innovative water sourcing and evaluating the most economical disposal options available.
The congress will be taking place in California on January 29-30 and is solely dedicated toward helping companies develop an economic long-term water program whilst complying with increasingly stringent regulations and public pressures.
RE-USE TECHNOLOGIES: Examining the economics of using different water treatment technologies like reverse osmosis and ionization to re-condition water for re-use in fracs, steam generation and waterfloods
DISPOSAL OPTIONS: Evaluating optimal water purification methods for disposal in SWD wells, evaporation and percolation ponds to minimize environmental impact at lowest cost
STREAMLINING PERMITTING: Outlining permitting processes for drilling and operating SWDs to identify opportunities to streamline the process
WATER RE-USE IN AGRICULTURE: Examining treatment processes and regulatory requirements to determine the economic feasibility of treating water for agricultural use
PUBLIC EDUCATION: Developing strategies to engage communities and eliminate public concern over water contamination, water consumption and induced seismicity caused by hydraulic fracturing
LATEST REGULATIONS: Examining the SB4 and AB32 to provide clarity on latest regulations and enable effective compliance from operators