SPE announces inaugural Produced Water Handling and Management Symposium (PWHM)

Galveston, Texas, USA, Moody Gardens Hotel

May 20-21, 2015

PWHM will provide facilities, process, and reservoir engineers, in addition to anyone involved in water sourcing, handling, and treatment in the upstream oil and gas industry with the latest field cases and best practices. PWHM combines several water-related SPE conferences and workshops from across the globe.

Topics covered include deep water offshore, conventional and unconventional onshore, subsurface water in reservoirs and wells, fundamentals for difficult treatment applications, and more by speakers from Athlon Solutions LLC; CETCO Energy Services; Chevron; Enviro-Tech Systems LLC; Eureka Resources LLC; FMC; MIOX Corporation; Rice University; Shell Intl. E&P BV; SoluForce–RLP; Spec Services Inc.; Statoil; Total; and the University of Pittsburgh.

In addition to the highly technical program, the Symposium offers an exhibit area that will showcase recent technology offerings from regional industry players such as CETCO Energy Services, ECS, Enviro-Tech Systems LLC, OCS Clean Seas, ProSep, Siemens Water Solutions, Soluforce RLP, and Veolia Water Technologies.

Registration, sponsorship, advertising, and exhibiting opportunities can be found at www.spe.org/events/pwhm.


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