Produced Water Society Permian Basin 2019

Produced Water Society Permian Basin 2019 took place August 7th and 8th at the Horseshoe Arena in Midland, Texas.

The Permian Basin produces between 9 and 15 million barrels of water a day. As service providers and capital rush into the play to strike a deal, the volumes of produced water continue to grow, with forecasts anticipating 75% to 90% increases over the next 10 years. Truly innovative solutions will be required to maintain the oil and gas production levels the Permian enjoy at the moment. Without smart changes, the shale plays will drown in water.

Produced Water Society Permian Basin brings together industry leading speakers to address the issues facing operators, the solutions on the market and in the pipeline for improving produced water management, and the ways local expertise, national business interests, and international attention steer the most productive unconventional shale play in the world.

PWS Permian Basin is the only event of its kind to bring a breadth of produced water professionals together for a combination of technical presentations and problem solving, as well as networking opportunities and the potential to strike key business deals.

Attendee List

PWS Permian Basin is focused on bringing together professionals from all areas of the produced water industry, giving you the opportunity to explore new business opportunities, hear from a variety of perspectives, and meet clients, customers, suppliers, consultants and government officials who directly affect the work you do day to day.

Submit an Abstract

Produced Water Society Permian Basin is seeking abstracts on a wide range of topics within areas relating to produced water and unconventional/shale plays. Click the button to see a full list of topics.

Technical Committee
The Produced Water Society Permian Basin Technical Committee is integral to helping shape the agenda for the Permian Basin event each year. The committee of 30 represents a wide variety of some of the most influential companies in the industry.

Michael Dunkel, Advisian
John Walsh, Advisian
Karen Work, ConocoPhillips
Ben Warden, Diamondback
Steve Coffee, Exterran
Morris Hoagland, Jade Dragon
Chris Kelley, Antelope Water Management
Dustin Brownlow, Antelope Water Management
Tyler Hussey, Apache Corporation
Devesh Mittal, Aquatech
Robert Bruant, B3 Insight
Felipe Saurez, Bechtel
Jay Keener, Blackbuck Resources
Drayton Bryant, CETCO Energy Services
Cheng Chen, Chevron

Emily Sappington, ExxonMobil
Wally Georgie,
Maxoil Solutions
Valentina Llano,
Monarch Separators
James Robinson
, Oxidane Engineering
Rajendra Ghimire, PFP Industries
Brad Nelson, Produced Water Solutions
Gregory Hallahan, ProSep
Dan Shannon, Pureline
Jim Patterson, RyKor
Chien Ly, Schlumberger
Cindy Pena, Select Energy Services
Chip Westaby, Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments
Duane Germenis, Veolia
Xandra Turner, Water Vision
John Durand, XRI

Sponsors

For more information about sponsoring, contact Roxy Ali, Events Sponsorship Executive, at roxy.ali@globalwaterintel.com

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Contact Info

Zac Roesch
Head US Events & Operations

+1 (512) 716 8536   zachary.roesch@globalwaterintel.com