DAY 2

September 21, 2017

7:00-8:00

Registration + Breakfast

8:00-8:15

Opening Remarks

Steve Coffee, Produced Water Society

8:15-9:15

Session 3: Sourcing & Treating Produced Water

Chair: Dan Shannon, Schlumberger

Future of Groundwater Demand in Permian Basin
Carter Cheek, Fluid Delivery Solutions

Economics of Treating Produced Water 
BJ Kern, Dow Chemical

9:15-10:15

Session 4: Key Issues & Chemistries for Produced Water Handling

Chair: Rajendra Ghimire, PfP Industries

Key Issues Associated with Produced and Recycled Water Handling in the Shale Plays
Wally Georgie, Maxoil

The Chemistry of Produced Water
Adam Garland, Water lens, LLC

10:15-10:45

Coffee & Networking Break

10:45-11:45

Topical Panel

Chair: Morris Hoagland, Jade Dragon

Topics Include: Emerging Trends in Treatment, Performance Metrics, Case Studies, Downhole Considerations

John Walsh, Cetco
Dan Mueller, Environmental Defense Fund
Brent Halldorson, Fountain Quail Energy Services
Chris Catalanotto, Siemens
Daniel Shannon, Schlumberger
John Durand, WaterBridge

11:45-12:45

Lunch

12:45-1:45

Session 5: Case Studies in Treatment & Recycling

Chair: Chris Catalanotto, Siemens

Exploring Fluid Compatibility for Reusing 100 % Produced Water: Case Studies from Permian Basin
Rajendra Ghimire, PhD, PfP Industries

Capitan Reef Aquifer Case Study
David Sisk, Streamline Chemical

1:45-2:15

Coffee & Networking Break

2:15-3:15

Roundtables Session 2

Table 1: Process Oil in Water Measurement and the Correlation to the Primary Test Methods
Jonathan Cole, Advanced Sensors

Table 2: CANCELLED

Table 3: Defining Metrics for Reliability of Hydraulic Fracturing Operation in Shale Gas

Hamed Hamedifar, DNV GL

Table 4: Case Study: Shale Gas Flow Back and Produced Water Clean Up in the Bakken Field
Steve Coffee, Enerscope Systems

Table 5: Reducing Operating Cost Through Technology Application
Kushal Seth, Gradiant Energy Services

Table 6: Production Fluids Recycling: Clean Brine + Biocide in a Single Step
Michael Havelka, Matrix Energy

Table 7: Produced Water Management through An Automation in Frack Water Sourcing, Transfer, Treatment and Supply Systems
John Siewenie, PureLine Treatment Systems

Table 8: Produced Water Challenges for the Permian Operations: Validation of Pilot Plants for Improvements to SWD Facilities
Chip Westaby, Turner Designs

3:15-3:45

Closing Remarks