Abstracts should be 200-600 words long and not be commercial or mention trade names. They should include the speaker’s name, the representative company or companies, and a presentation title. 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.
After the deadline has passed, the technical committee will review all the submitted material, rank abstracts on quality, data, and relevance, among other qualifications, and determine what presentations will be on the agenda for the 2019 Seminar.
Analytics & Monitoring
Case Studies: Successes & Defeats
Centralized Treatment Solutions
Cost Reduction Opportunities
Chemical treatment & management
Disposal & SWD Management
Downstream Water Concerns
Eagle Ford, Marcellus, Powder River, and SCOOP & STACK Plays
EOR, IOR & cEOR
Fracking & Flowback
New & Developing Technologies
Oil & Water Separations
Public Private Partnerships for Water Infrastructure
Reuse & Recycling
Smart Transfer Equipment