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Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 104C

GHG Emissions Measurement and Management: Where are We Now and Where are We Heading?

Session Chairpersons:

Brian Sullivan, IPIECA; Arthur Lee, Chevron Corporation

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from oil and gas operations are becoming increasingly scrutinized, especially for newer, unconventional resources such as gas from shale. In order to maintain a social license to operate, the industry—among other thing—needs to demonstrate it is minimizing emissions. For oil and gas, this can often mean improving energy efficiency. The panel will explore these issues and also what the future may hold for emissions management.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 Invited Presenter - The Expanding Role of Natural Gas
A. Lee, Chevron Corporation
1420-1440 168379 icon:HSE Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Systems: A Comparative Assessment for Select Industry Segments
K. Ritter, American Petroleum Institute; T.M. Shires, URS Corporation; M. Lev-On, The LEVON Group
1440-1500 168430 icon:HSE Developing Industry Good Practices in Energy Efficiency and GHG Management
R. Siveter, IPIECA; J. Castañeda, BP; A. Emmert, American Petroleum Institute; A. Lee, Chevron; J. Martin Juez, Repsol; T. Stevenson, X. xavier.riera-palou@shell.com, Shell; K. Ritter, American Petroleum Institute; G.R. Smith, BP; L. Verduzco, Chevron
1500-1520 icon:HSE Invited Presenter - GHG Issues on the Horizon in the O&G Industry
G. Scoggin, BP
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 103

Can We Ever Be Truly Secure?

Session Chairpersons:

Stewart Fraser, Fraser HSSE Ltd; Andrew Smith, Risk Management Systems

We are secure when we can resist, fend off, or withstand unauthorized acts designed to cause intentional harm or damage. Conversely, we are insecure when we cannot successfully resist or repel such acts. Therefore, security is a variable and relative state of resistance. It is variable because it can vary from very secure to very insecure and it is relative because it depends on how threatening or dangerous specific harmful acts are. We may be secure relative to some threats but insecure relative to other threats. A security threat is any possible intentional action or series of actions that could potentially damage stakeholders, facilities, or operations; destroy the integrity of a business or jeopardize its continuation; or disrupt an entire economy. A high-risk security threat would have both a high probability of occurring and a severe impact if it actually occurred. Security risk combines three elements: it starts with a potential threat and then combines its probability with its potential severity. The concept of risk asks two future-oriented questions: • What is the probability that a potential security threat will actually occur in the future? • How severe would the impact be if the potential security threat became an actual security incident? The panel will address the full range of threats both real and potential.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 icon:HSE Invited Presenter - Oil and Gas E&P Cyber Security: Perfect Storm Threat Review
A.L. Smith, Risk Management Systems Ltd
1420-1440 168466 icon:HSE Process for Security and Requirements Development
N. Aarab, National Oilwell Varco; S. Houmb, SECURE-NOK AS; K. Hulick, E.A. Engum, National Oilwell Varco
1440-1500 168510 icon:HSE Security Challenges in Geophysical Operations
W. Rosenbusch, G.C. Gill, International Association of Geophysical Contractors
1500-1520 Invited Presenter - Security Rebooted
G. Hurd, Statoil
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 104B

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Session Chairpersons:

Paola Maria Pedroni, Eni Exploration & Production Division; Jeffrey Jeter, European Bank for Reconstr/Dev

The oil and gas industry has long recognized the business value of identifying and managing dependencies and potential impacts of its operations on the natural environment (biodiversity) and the resources it delivers (ecosystem services). This session provides a representative overview of sectorial good management practices, innovative approaches, integrated assessment tools and examples of practical implementation that illustrate how these issues can be effectively addressed throughout the asset life cycle.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168421 icon:HSE A Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Management Framework for the Oil and Gas Sector
S. Connick, Chevron; P.M. Pedroni, Eni; S. Terry, ConocoPhillips; L. Nguessan, ExxonMobil; M. Johnston, BP; R.F. Romer, International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association
1420-1440 168367 icon:HSE Optimizing Effectiveness of Restoration Practices Using Principles of Applied Ecology
M. Nucci, R. Angelini, A. Cirelli, Eni E&P; G. Marcantonio, ABD Monitoring; P.M. Pedroni, Eni E&P
1440-1500 168449 icon:HSE Mangrove Restoration in the Vicinity of Oil and Gas Facilities: Lessons Learned From a Large-Scale Project
E. Dutrieux, Creocean; C. Proisy, IRD-UMR AMAP; F. Fromard, R. Walcker, CNRS, Ecolab, University of Toulouse; M. Ilman, School of Geography Planning and Environmental Management, the University of Queensland; F. Pawlowski, ECO-MED; H. Ferdiansyah, Total E&P Indonesie; O. Ponthieux, Total
1500-1520 168361 icon:HSE Assessing Freshwater Biodiversity Risk through Enhancement of Existing Tools
M.C. Weikel, I. Harrison, Conservation International; M. Sneary, IUCN; S. Connick, Chevron; M. Monahan, Chevron Energy Technology Company
Alternate 168457 icon:HSE Practical Guidance on Biodiversity Risk Assessments
K. Fennessey, ConocoPhillips; W. Staudt, Conocophillips Canada Library; I. Suryana, ConocoPhillips
Alternate 168550 icon:HSE Applying Ecosystem Services Analytical Approaches Within the Oil & Gas Industry
M. Oxman, S. Waage, BSR
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 102B/C

Decommissioning and Reclamation

Session Chairpersons:

Michael T. Stephenson, M.T. Stephenson & Associates; Steve Pa Piscina, Arrow Energy Pty Ltd

The oil and gas industry's activities continue beyond exploration and production to include removing the project infrastructure and returning the location to the governing body in a condition that allows other use in a safe manner. This session provides discussion of both onshore and offshore efforts that include and go beyond technical considerations.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168368 icon:HSE Is There a Net Benefit From Offshore Structures?
T. Fujii, University of Aberdeen Oceanlabs; A.H. Walls, M. Horsfield, BP
1420-1440 168521 icon:HSE Ecological Value of Leave-in-Place and Reefing Options in Temperate Environments: Case Studies From Decommissioning Projects in California, USA
P. Krause, Environmental Resources Management
1440-1500 168426 icon:HSE Progresive Land Reclamation as the Design and Operational Basis for the Kearl Oil Sands Mine
L. Neufeld, Imperial Oil Resources
1500-1520 168558 icon:HSE Facts Behind the $18 Billion Ecuador Judgment for Environmental Damages
S.J. McMillen, Chevron ETC
Alternate 168517 icon:HSE An Optimized Protocol to Expedite Pit Closure
R. Hoffmann, D. Conrad, R. Kamath, R. Kolhatkar, G. Sabadell, C. Douglas, Chevron
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 201 B

Protecting Workers Health

Session Chairpersons:

Robert A. Nocco, Chevron ETC; Kim Carlson

Potential workplace exposures related to musculosketal, chemical, and physical hazards are considered in this session. The hazards are elevated using practical tools and helping to identify solutions..

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168496 icon:HSE Dermal Risk Assessment Using the IH SkinPerm Model
R. Tibaldi, ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences; W. Ten Berge, Santoxar
1420-1440 168346 icon:HSE A Survey on Computer Work-related Risk Factors for Musculoskeletal Complaints at the PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)
A. Dusadi-Isariyavong, A. Thongpradit, PTT E&P; W. Jalayondeja, C. Jalayondeja, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Mahidol University
1440-1500 168459 icon:HSE Screening Personnel Exposures to Hydrocarbons Using the IonScience CUB Photoionization Detector
P. Owens, Shell Martinez Refinery
1500-1520 168339 icon:HSE Heat Related Illness: Onshore and Offshore Medical Management
T. Hochberg, International SOS
Alternate 168400 icon:HSE Addressing Non-Occupational Risk Factors for Repetitive Stress Injury in the Workplace
G. Perez, J. Davis-Street, U. Irikannu, Chevron; K. Maltchev, Health Fitness Corp
Alternate 168651 icon:HSE Oil and Gas Extraction and the High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge Program
R.D. White, American Petroleum Institute
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 203 A/B

Fracking: Optimizing Social Performance and Impact Management in UCR Development

Session Chairpersons:

Doug Bannerman, Statoil ASA; Michael Ellekjaer, Maersk A/S-AP Moeller

This session will include a review of the latest tools and approaches related to addressing social challenges in unconventional resource (UCR) development.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168508 icon:HSE Hydraulic Fracturing Tools for Successful Engagement With Fence-Line Communities
C. Kinslow, Environ
1420-1440 168439 icon:HSE Addressing the Social and Community Impacts of Shale Gas Development
S. Reider, R. Wasserstrom, Terra Group
1440-1500 168463 icon:HSE Walking the Talk: Proactive Corporate Social Responsibility Management in Oil and Gas Operations
J.P. Martin, JPMartin Energy Strategy; C. Faivre, Boréalis
1500-1520 168540 icon:HSE A Benchmark Study of Current Practices and Tools for Sustainability in Petroleum and Other Comparative Industries
J. Schroeder, E2 ManageTech; J. Honeycutt, E2 Manage Tech
Alternate 168493 icon:HSE The Social Side of Unconventional Oil and Gas in Latin America
M. Snodgrass, Acorn International
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 202 B/C

Managing Culture to Drive HSE Performance I

Session Chairpersons:

Stephen Michael Freemyer, BHP Billiton; Davide Scotti, Saipem

This technical session covers how companies have internally, and with other companies and contractors, addressed the cultural aspect (inclusive of culture, human factors, and behaviors) of improvement in HSE Performance.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168571 icon:HSE Driving HSE Excellence Through Kaizen Philosophy: The Singapore Assembly, Maintenance, and Overhaul (AMO) Experience
W. Leong, K. Tan, W. Ng, S. Gupta, Baker Hughes
1420-1440 168505 icon:HSE Changing Culture and Behaviors in the Appalachian Basin
H.C. Reavis, S. Loop, Keane Group Holdings
1440-1500 168305 icon:HSE The Journey Continues: Sixty Years of Sharing Incident Information in the Geophysical Industry
I.M. Threadgold, Threadgold Safety Management
1500-1520 168327 icon:HSE Fixing Human Error
P.V. Bridle, Independent Consultant
Alternate 168332 icon:HSE Nurturing the Culture of Reporting Incidents
A.K. Pachiyannakis, AlMansoori Specialized Enginering
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 204

Stakeholder Engagement:: Lessons Learned from Community Participation and Engagement

Session Chairpersons:

Michael Oxman, BSR; Michael J. Seymour, Shell Upstream Intl

This session will focus on technical papers about lessons learned from community participation and engagement in business.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 168387 icon:HSE Fair Dialog and Co-Creation - A Shift in Stakeholder Engagement and Global Performance of Industrial Projects
T. Conraud, C3 CONSENSUS; L. Jammes, Actys-BEE; L. Vera Morales, Vera&Carvajal; J. Cordoba, IEnova
1420-1440 168452 icon:HSE Micro-Finance: A Tool for Promoting Women’s Economic Development in Yemen’s Governorate of Shabwah
J. Rascher, H. Al-Naami, N. Jubary, Yemen LNG
1440-1500 168405 icon:HSE Developing and Deploying a Global Platform for Monitoring and Evaluating Social Investment
L. Kiernan, Chevron
1500-1520 168381 icon:HSE Evaluating the Global Performance of Social Investment Programs: A Socioeconomic and Environmental Impact-Oriented Approach
F. Graveaud, ENEA Consulting; B. Verzat, QUANTIS; L. Jammes, Actys-BEE
Monday, 17 March

1400-1530

Room 104A

Leadership - Critical HSE Ingredients and Characteristics

This panel generates discussion about what it takes for a leader to be an HSE Leader. Panelists will be from academia, another high-risk industry, and someone from within our industry who has had a transformative experience.

Session Moderators:

George Siokos, George Siokos Consulting; Steve Merritt, Chevron Global Upstream & Gas

Panelists:

Greta Lydecker Greta Lydecker
Chevron
Dave Werner Dave Werner
Nabors Drilling
Robert B. Chapman Robert B. Chapman
King Chapman & Broussard
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 104C

Running a 'Healthy' Business

Session Chairpersons:

Frano Mika, Saipem; Deena L. Buford, Exxon Mobil Corporation

In the oil and gas industry, health has multiple aspects. Health, undoubtedly, has great intrinsic value, but can it impact business from an economical point of view? Which aspect of health and its management can have a substantial impact on the project's costs and how does health contribute to the profitable execution of the project? Two topics are of main interest: 1) Occupational Health and 2) "General" Health. The management of emergencies is also important, but is excluded from this discussion. The session will offer reflections and doubts on the extent of health management in the industry with respect to a given context where different health care systems are interacting with actual needs and resources available. We will discuss the role of occupational health and hygiene aspects of the workplace and the attention they need in the project from its beginning, raising the level of importance of the H in HSE. We will also discuss how new technologies and novel material can impact or are impacting the consideration of health in the design of the project, ensuring workers’ health and safety during the execution. Last, but not least, we will define the importance of employee health. This includes the health culture of the environment that employees are working and living in for the benefit of the employee, the company and society, making this a "win-win-win" situation that includes the basics and creates the most conducive setting for running a healthy business.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168528 icon:HSE Creating a Global Culture of Health: Designing Data-Driven Multinational Wellness Programs
L.G. Shallenberger, Exxon Mobil
1620-1640 168453 icon:HSE Putting the 'H' in HSE: A Business Friendly Means to Effectively Address the Health and Hygiene Aspects of the E&P Industry
B.L. Randolph, J.J. Hinton, S.M. D'Orsie, Baker Hughes
1640-1700 168334 icon:HSE Safety and Health Management Aspects for Handling Silica Based Products and Engineered Nanoparticles in Sequences of Shale Reservoir Stimulations Operations
D.S. Heidel, J. Baker, K. Carlson, Bureau Veritas North America
1700-1720 Invited Presenter - Hugh O'Donnell
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 103

Indigenous Peoples: Inclusive Engagement to Achieve Social License to Operate

This panel will address true participation to achieve value outcomes.

Session Moderator:

Hart Searle, Imperial Oil Company

Panelists:

Dr. Marie Y. Delorme Dr. Marie Y. Delorme
The Imagination Group
Perry Eaton Perry Eaton
Alaska Native Art Foundation Board of Directors
Etsa Jhon Wajai Etsa Jhon Wajai
COICA
Ellis Ross
Haisla Nation Council
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 104B

Environmental Monitoring

Session Chairpersons:

Edgar Furuholt, Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA; Ian Michael Sealy, Schlumberger

Regular reporting of emissions, discharges, and other environmental parameters is mandated by authorities in many countries and is expected by financial institutions, shareholders, NGOs and the general public. Environmental monitoring is also increasingly being used for planning and optimization of operations to minimize environmental impact. This session presents both the environmental performance of the E&P industry over the past years and new methods for monitoring of environmental impacts from oil and gas activities.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168356 icon:HSE Monitoring of Impact of Drilling Discharges to a Calcareous Algae Habitat in the Peregrino Oil Field in Brazil
S. Johnsen, I. Nilssen, A.B. Pinto, Statoil; T. Torkelsen, METAS
1620-1640 168444 icon:MI Towards Integrated Environmental Monitoring
A. Ulfsnes, T. Møskeland, DNV GL; T.K. Frost, V. Hepsoe, Statoil; G. Gramvik, Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies; U. Broenner, SINTEF Materials & Chemistry; P. Rylandsholm, DNV GL
1640-1700 168461 icon:HSE Overview of FracFocus and Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Disclosure Data
J.D. Arthur, M.A. Layne, H. Hochheiser, R. Arthur, ALL Consulting
1700-1720 168408 icon:HSE Monitoring Total Dissolved Hydrocarbons in Seawater Around Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities
M.C. Alboussière, K. Cailleaud, Total
Alternate 168365 icon:HSE New Technology for Groundwater Compliance Monitoring: Improve Efficiency, Reduce Incident Risk, and Saving Money
M. Grassi, U. Benson, Chevron Australia; D. Thomas, Chevron ETC
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 102B/C

Innovative Environmental Solutions

Session Chairpersons:

Rick Greiner, ConocoPhilips Co; Brian Sullivan, IPIECA

The oil and gas industry has championed innovative technologies to meet environmental challenges for many years. This session introduces new technologies, innovative technologies capability development, and the integration of established innovative environmental solutions into the project and infrastructure planning process.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168342 icon:HSE Leading Organizations Build Case for Green Infrastructure
D. Disselhoff, Shell Global Solutions; F. Guertin, The Dow Chemical Company; J. North, The Nature Conservance
1620-1640 168471 icon:HSE Development and Test of an AUV for Environmental Monitoring and Asset Integrity in Offshore O&G Scenarios: CLEAN SEA Project
M. Buffagni, eni e&p; F. Gasparoni, Tecnomare; N.H. Bergseth, E. Bjornbom, Eni Norge; P. Broccia, eni e&p
1640-1700 168322 icon:HSE A Seachange in Environmental Capability Development
A.H. Walls, S. Walker, R. O'Brien, BP; J. Yoder, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
1700-1720 168490 icon:HSE Implementation of Life Cycle Assessment at One Company: Lessons Learned and Good Practices
J.P. Lilien, H. Jin, Chevron Energy Technology Company; T.P. Gloria, Industrial Ecology Consultants
Alternate 168385 icon:HSE Brazilian Deployment of Mobile Effluent Treatment of SBM Contaminated Deck Drain and Slop Water Interfaces From Offshore Drilling Operations
A.G. Cupelo, AECOM do Brasil; A.G. Marroquim, Shell; J. Araruna, Pontifícia Univercidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro; B. Medeiros, D. Moura da Silva, Schlumberger; M.C. Gama, Pontifícia Univercidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
Alternate 168355 icon:HSE Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance: Delivering Environmental Performance
B.A. Jajuee, Imperial Oil
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 201 B

Assessing Health Risks and Impacts

Session Chairpersons:

Dennis Devlin, Exxon Mobil Corporation; Faiyaz Ali Bhojani, Shell

This session provides innovative tools and strategies to help manage risks and impacts on total health. It encompasses the elements of occupational health, community health, and personal health. Topics include assessment through human bio-monitoring, visualizing health impact (HIA), and workforce and worksite health metrics.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168329 icon:HSE Human Biomonitoring (HBM): Challenges and Solution for Assuring Quality
S.E. Lerman, ExxonMobil; G.D. Minsavage, ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc.
1620-1640 168390 icon:HSE Protecting Worker Health Through Biological Monitoring: Urinary s-Phenylmercapturic Acid (sPMA) as a Tool for Assessing Barriers and Control Efficacy
K. Koller, Kim Koller
1640-1700 168454 icon:HSE Visualizing Health Impact Assessment
G.R. Krieger, M. laing, M.Z. Balge, Z. Balge, Newfields
1700-1720 168399 icon:HSE Wellness Scorecards: Tools for Engagement and Organizational Health Management
J. Davis-Street, N. Ryan, V. Guy, C. Stevens, Chevron
Alternate 168542 icon:HSE Health Impact Assessment For Global Oil & Gas New Major Capital Projects: Developed Versus Undeveloped Regions
R. Welsh, AECOM
Alternate 168530 icon:HSE Assessing Substance Use in the Oil and Gas Industry
J.J. Zambrano Celly, A. França, Schlumberger
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 203 A/B

Managing for Major Incidents

Session Chairpersons:

Andrew Lloyd Smith, Risk Management Systems; Annamaria Petrone, Eni E&P

Managing for major incidents requires focus on what happened, lessons learned, and measures to put in place to prevent recurrence. The emergency response and subsequent safe recovery operations are also part of the life cycle of these events. This includes the potential dangers of high-consequence activities and the wide range of challenges presented in different terrains ranging from turnarounds through to drilling, fracturing, and complex workovers and well testing, where toxic releases may necessitate evacuation of the local community.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168478 icon:PO Elgin G4 Gas Release: What Happened and the Lessons to Prevent Recurrence
D. Henderson, D. Hainsworth, Total E&P UK
1620-1640 169881 icon:HSE A Model Approach to the Emergency Preparedness and Response Process
P.A. Jensen, ExxonMobil
1640-1700 168450 icon:HSE Safe Work Practices and Rescue Planning for Vertical Column Work During Turnaround: A Case Study
E. Daher, G. Case, G. Davis, D. Dowd, United Safety
1700-1720 168441 icon:HSE Evaluating reputational risk and implications of a Major Accident Hazard in e&p activities: a qualitative methodology
L. La Rosa, A. Petrone, G. De Ghetto, I. Rainaldi, L. Scataglini, A. Maccagni, eni e&p; M. Arena, S. Vantini, Politecnico di Milano
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 202 B/C

Managing the Understanding and Improvement in HSE Performance I

Session Chairpersons:

Dominique Grepinet, Total E&P; Davide Scotti, Saipem

This technical session includes papers where companies learned from their analysis and observations of their workplaces and interactions between workgroups to better understand how they could improve HSE Performance. Note: This session is predicated on papers 753 and 755 from Baker Hughes being combined.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168556 icon:HSE Organizational Ownership of an Interdependent HSE Culture Yields Quantifiable HSE Performance
K. Breitsprecher, J.J. Hinton, P. Jacques, S. Ndahbros, Baker Hughes
1620-1640 168494 icon:HSE The Safety Leadership Challenge: Line Leaders as Safety Culture Change Agents
A. Krauss, T. Casey, Sentis
1640-1700 168538 icon:HSE Using Established Programs and Processes to Transform HSE Performance
B. Kraus, Environmental Resources Management
1700-1720 168433 icon:HSE The Journey to 80 Million Safe Man-Hours
M.J. Morales, JGC Corporation
Alternate 168487 icon:MI Managing a Contractor Workforce Based on High Consequence Activities
B.T. Peterson, Chevron
Alternate 168553 icon:HSE Critical Measurements for Increasing Effectiveness of Management System Control
A.M. Du Preez, Sempcheck Services
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 204

Integrating Social Risks and Operationalizing

Session Chairpersons:

Sonia Gupta, Suncor Energy Inc.; Phil Middleton, BP plc

This session will present case studies that demonstrate the application of best practices and integrated approaches to deliver business value.

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 168432 icon:HSE Are Enterprise Risk Management Frameworks Effective for Prioritizing Sustainability Risks in the Oil and Gas Sector?
T. Cort, S. Gudernatch, TUV Rheinland North America Group
1620-1640 168560 icon:HSE An Integrated Approach to Risk and Impact Assessments
M. Macfarlane, Channel Research
1640-1700 168485 icon:HSE Leveraging Sustainability in the Oil and Gas Supply Chain
J. Dell, V. Hart, ConocoPhillips
1700-1720 168511 icon:HSE Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks
H.M. Shield, Imperial Oil Resources
Monday, 17 March

1600-1730

Room 104A

Water: Critical Resource, Competing Interests

This panel will provide insights from both the environment and social responsibility program tracks.

Session Moderators:

Robert J. Sandilos, Chevron; Karl Fennessey, ConocoPhillips

Panelists:

Dan Mueller Dan Mueller
Environmental Defense Fund
Mike Paque Mike Paque
Groundwater Protection Council
Sarah Teslik Sarah Teslik
Apache
Don Zylstra Don Zylstra
West Basin Municipal Water District
Michael Ray Dunkel Michael Ray Dunkel
Pioneer Natural Resources