We are excited to announce our September Produced Water Society webinar, hosted by Sourcewater’s Director of Geoscience Casee Lemons on the topic of “How to find and evaluate the best SWD sites for development, acquisition and servicing with new subsurface data models.”
With much tighter capital budgets but still an ever-growing need for produced water disposal capacity, optimal disposal well design, placement and servicing to maximize ROI and minimize OpEx has become more urgent than ever.
Sadly due to the unprecedented situation we find ourselves in, we have made the decision to cancel this year’s Produced Water Society Permian Basin event, slated to take place August 5th & 6th in Midland, Texas.
We are disappointed that we won’t be able to again present an excellent Permian Basin focused program for our members in and around Midland, but we are hopeful that our other events will be able to take place, and as always the 2021 PWS Seminar will include a focus on issues and opportunities in the Permian Basin.
Unfortunately, we have made the decision to cancel Produced Water Middle East 2020, slated to be held October 25th & 26th 2020 in Abu Dhabi. We are excited to return to Abu Dhabi in 2021.
Produced Water Middle East is the only conference in the region that brings together oil and gas professionals focused on produced water issues.
The 2020 Seminar celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Produced Water Society.
The Produced Water Society holds technical events near key areas of production activity around the world.
The 2020 Seminar addressed produced water issues in diverse geologies from operations around the world, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Gulf of Mexico, the Middle East, the North Sea, South Asia, and the US.
PWS has run an annual seminar in Houston for the past 30 years, alongside Produced Water Permian Basin, held in the summer in Midland, TX, and Produced Water Middle East in the fall, most recently help in Oman.
The Society is the preeminent authority on produced water treatment and management in on and offshore conventional production as well as upstream and midstream unconventional oil and gas.