WHAT TO INCLUDE IN YOUR ABSTRACT

Abstracts should be 200-600 words long and not be commercial or mention trade names. The abstract should explain the problem or obstacle; the novel solution, technology or process proposed to address the problem; and how the solution did or did not solve the problem. Abstracts and presentations that are data-rich will be scored much higher by the technical committee.

Topics can include a wide range of areas as they relate to oilfield water, wastewater, and unconventional/shale plays. View suggested topics.

The technical committee will review all the submitted material, rank abstracts on quality, data, and relevance, among other qualifications, and determine which presentations will be on the agenda for the 2020 Seminar.

ABSTRACTS ARE BEING ACCEPTED THROUGH

Monday, December 16.

Do not miss your chance to be a part of this industry-shaping agenda.

SOME SUGGESTED TOPICS INCLUDE:

Automation

Beneficial Use & Sustainability

Best Practice

Big Data

Biological Control

Chemical Treatment

Deep Water

EOR

Finance

Health, Safety, & Environment (HSE), including Regulation/Policy

Heavy Oil

Membranes

Monitoring

Offshore

Physical Treatment

Produced Water Reinjection (PWRI)

Research & Development

Reuse/Recycling

Strategy

Water Flood

Water Management

Well Maintenance

Deepwater

Shallow Water Offshore

Conventional onshore

Conventional near-shore

Unconventional

Heavy oil

Chemical EOR

Coal Seam Gas (Coal Bed methane)