Silver Sponsor

Hydrozonic

Co-Sponsors

Detechtion Technologies

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Unmatched Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities For Manufacturers, Suppliers And Service Providers Of:


  • End-to-End Water Management Solutions
  • Produced Water Treatment Technologies : For Brine Water Remediation, TDS Removal, H2S Mitigation, Mobile Treatment, Membrane Filtration, Reverse-Osmosis, Electrocoagulation, Ion-Exchange, Evaporators, Crystallization, Beneficial Reuse & More
  • Produced Water Recycling Services
  • Oilfield Water Disposal Services : For Injection Wells Construction, Permitting & More
  • Produced Water Storage/Containment Solutions : Containment Systems, Above Ground Storage, Storage Tanks & More
  • Produced Water Transfer Services : Pipeline Construction, Pipeline Material Suppliers (Polypipes, Temporary Hose etc.), Above Ground Pipelines, Produced Water Trucking Services, Real-Time Truck Monitoring Systems & More
  • Frac Fluids Suppliers : Slick Water Frac Fluids, Cross-link Gels, Hybrid Proppant Suppliers & More

Kyle E. Murray, PhD

Hydrogeologist

Oklahoma Geological Survey

Dr. Kyle E. Murray earned a PhD in Geological Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in 2003, and has worked as a consultant or academic researcher for more than 20 years. He is currently employed as a Hydrogeologist for the Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS), which is part of the University of Oklahoma (OU) Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. His research team investigates physical and chemical properties of geologic materials that store and produce fluids, and conducts regional-scale studies of water, earth, and environmental resources. Water management in the energy industry is his current primary research area. Because of recent seismic activity in Oklahoma, Dr. Murray is partnering with other geoscientists to understand relationships between geologic factors, resource management, and seismicity. He consults on a variety of issues related to water management, energy production, environmental protection, and seismicity.  He also pursues industrial and commercial partnerships related to the water and energy nexus, where companies are promoting the value chain of water and energy resources.

Kyle Murray
Group

2019 AGENDA AT A GLANCE

LESSONS LEARNED & STEPS FORWARD

DRIVE DOWN THE ECONOMICS OF OILFIELD WATER MANAGEMENT

Depending on the size & location of operation, water quality and management processes, no two financial equations and margins are alike. In 2019, we look at new, smarter ways to drill down on every dollar operators are spending to reduce the cost of water

RECOGNIZE LOCATION-SPECIFIC NUANCES TO DELIVER BASIN-SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS

This year's agenda is designed to deliver region-specific Regulatory Updates On Water Rights, Reuse, Disposal, Storage And Location-Specific Water Sourcing opportunities and Recycling and Disposal options

REGULATIONS & WATER RIGHTS

Regulations & Water Rights continue to be a pressure point in the industry - how poignant that pressure is entirely based on the region you are in. If you want to fully Understand The Regulatory Environment From Both An Environmental And Industrial Efficiency Perspective, What rules are in place across different operating jurisdictions, what legislation is likely to come into place and what do companies need to do to be on the right side of regulations, then the 2019 Rocky Mountains conference is the place to be.

RECYCLING & REUSE STRATEGIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Look at recycling and Reuse Over The Long-Term And Turn It Into A Real Value Proposition to reduce their lease operating expenses. And in a first for the event, this year, we'll examine the most effective Pipeline & Trucking Infrastructure Designs For Moving Water To Recycling Facilities & frac sites

WATER TREATMENT LEVELS & FRAC COMPATIBILITY

How much treatment is just right? What are the specs that you can get the water to and what's the cost? Get answers to key questions in October: What is the Right Amount Of Treatment To Make The Water Good Enough and what is the Optimal Technology To Get The Minimum Requirements needed to execute a water management plan

WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO GET A BETTER QUALITY BARREL

Increasing regulations and public scrutiny is driving the industry to be more innovative in the water treatment space. Hear the very latest case studies on Treatment Technologies That Are Delivering A Higher Quality Barrel While Protecting Operator Margins

PROACTIVE & COST-EFFICIENT DISPOSAL & TAKEAWAY OPTIONS

This year's event looks at Disposal And Takeaway Not As An Afterthought, But As A Vital Part Of Long-Term Planning Process to successfully achieve production goals

ADDRESSING REGION-SPECIFIC WATER SOURCING ISSUES

With sourcing a operator and location dependent issue, this year's agenda also takes a look at Economic Water Sourcing - Find Out Exactly Where You Can Find Fresh Water And How Much It Will Cost

ECONOMIC STORAGE OPTIONS

Learn how operators are constructing & designing Pits, Tanks And Other Storage Options At The Lowest Cost Possible

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