About the 2017 Seminar

The 27th Annual Produced Water Society Seminar, taking place on January 17th – 20th at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square in Sugar Land, Texas, a short drive from Houston. This is the premier technical meeting covering water issues for professionals in the oil & gas industry. In addition to learning about the latest developments, methods, and technologies in the field, attendees can expect to network with the top engineers, chemists, product managers, technology developers and consultants in the business. Whether you’re looking for continuing education, networking or to uncover the newest solutions in a dynamic environment, the 2017 Produced Water Society Seminar is the single most important meeting on water for oil & gas.

Topics for the 2017 Seminar include:

  • Analytics & Monitoring
  • Best Practices
  • Cost Reduction Opportunities
  • EOR
  • Fracking & Flowback
  • New & Developing Technologies
  • Operational Challenges
  • Reuse
  • Seawater Treatment
  • Water Management for Shale & Unconventional Plays
  • Case Studies

Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the room with the some of the best problem solvers and innovators in the field. Take advantage of the early registration prices and book before December 12th. We’ve secured a discounted room rate of $155 per night at the Marriott. You can follow this link to book online or call 281-275-8400 to book your stay, but be sure to tell them you’re part of the Produced Water Society Seminar.

You can book your pass now and secure your place at The Produced Water Society Seminar 2017 in Sugar Land.

If you’d like to submit an abstract for presentation, you can click on the button below to upload a file.

Presentations by the Following Companies

eProcess Technologies
Advanced Sensors
U of H
Fountain Quail
Veil Environmental
Texas A&M
CETCO, with ConocoPhillips
Total / BGH

Third Bay
Water Standard
Water Standard
University of Akron
CAP Resources
Environmental Defense Fund
Oil-Dri Corporation
Rockwater Energy Solutions
Oxidane Engineering

(more posted soon)

2017 Technical Committee

Chair: Steve Coffee, Enerscope Systems International Inc.

Kris Bansal, exConocoPhillips

Ricardo Bernal, CH2M

Naeem Bhola, Jorin Limited

Gordon Carter, Oasys Water

Chris Catalanotto, Siemens

Holly Churman, Water Standard

Guillaume Clairet, H2O Innovation

Gerard Cooke, Advanced Sensors

Kevin Dischler, Element

Joe Ferguson, Schlumberger

Peter Gonzalez, Sourcewater, Inc.

Michael Grossman, Clean Membranes Inc.

Brent Halldorson, Fountain Quail

Kyle Harper, SeaChange Technologies

David Harry, Rockwater Energy Solutions

Joaquin Henriquez, PRODEK INC

Morris Hoagland, Jade Dragon LLC

Aaron Johnson, Dow Chemical

John Kilbane, Intertek

Justin Love, Love Energy Advisors

Dipak Mahato, SeaChange Technologies

Ken Martins, CH2M

Jarrod Massam, Omya Inernational AG

Jay Mishra, Worley Parsons

Abdul Motin, Michigan State University

Dan Mueller, Environmental Defense Fund

Daniel Shannon, Cameron

Michael Strikmiller, Environmental Enterprises USA Inc

John Tracy, Oasys Water

John Walsh, CETCO

Chip Westaby, Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments