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Cradle To Grave: Strategies For Handling Water Over The Full Life Of The Well
One must look below the surface to find water in the Permian Basin’s arid terrain. As the region’s activity continues to climb sky high, finding reliable sources of water to keep operations supplied can be a challenging task. As increased volumes of produced water flows to the surface, so to do the challenges of safely and responsibly managing that water over the life of the well. CLICK HERE to register. Location: Education Building | Midland County Horseshoe Arena | 2514 Arena Trail, Midland, TX 79706
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1:00 PM
Welcome & Introductory Remarks
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
1:05 PM
Opening Keynote
University Lands manages surface and mineral interests on 2 million West Texas acres, 1.4 million of which are leased for oil and gas development. With 200 operating companies working these assets and 23,000 potential future drilling locations, increasing demand for water is as significant as the need for smart water infrastructure.  Hear how University Lands is working to address the water issue for the benefit of operators, the environment, and the Permanent University Fund.
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
Mark Houser, CEO, University Lands
1:35 PM
Panel: Sourcing & Supply Strategies
Leading Permian Basin operators and service providers provide insights into sourcing and supply strategies that keep operations running in the region. Topics of discussion include how to determine water quality and work with different water types, the role of digital monitoring technologies, and more. 
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
Josh Adler, CEO, Sourcewater Inc.
Mark Patton, President, Hydrozonix
2:10 PM
Panel: Gathering & Disposal Strategies
Water midstream burst onto the Permian Basin stage more than a year ago, offering transportation alternatives for water disposal. As produced water volumes increase, so to do the demands placed on SWD facilities. Leading water midstream experts and SWD operators share insights and strategies in this roundtable discussion.
Moderator(s):
Brian Walzel , Associate Production Editor , E&P
Speaker(s):
Bill Zartler, CEO, Solaris Water Midstream, LLC
Cory Hall, President & CEO, Aqua Terra Water Management
2:45 PM
Networking Break
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3:15 PM
Producer Spotlight I
Pioneer Water Management was formed in 2014 by Pioneer Natural Resources to supply and manage its water operations in the Permian Basin. The company’s main objective is to reduce the volume of fresh water used in drilling and well stimulation operations and also mitigate disposal of produced water through water recycling. A state-of-the-art and fully automated water sourcing and distribution system are currently under development. Hear how the company is supporting and ensuring the long-term operations for Pioneer Natural Resources.
Moderator(s):
Brian Walzel , Associate Production Editor , E&P
Speaker(s):
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Alan Van Reet, Construction & Operations Manager, Pioneer Water Management
3:40 PM
Panel: Reuse & Recycle Strategies
Leading Permian Basin industry experts provide insight into water reuse and recycling strategies.
Moderator(s):
Brian Walzel , Associate Production Editor , E&P
Speaker(s):
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Bridget Scanlon, Senior Research Scientist; Director, Sustainable Water Resources Program, University of Texas at Austin
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Katherine Rojas, Water Business Manager, Schlumberger
Greg Conrad, Global Oil and Gas Segment Leader, PeroxyChem
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4:20 PM
Producer Spotlight II
San Mateo Midstream, a strategic joint venture formed in 2017 by Matador Resources and Five Point Energy, provides an all-inclusive approach to midstream services in the northern Delaware Basin. San Mateo is currently transporting and has capacity to dispose of over 175,000 barrels a day. Here how this midstream provider is working with multiple customers to grow and continue supporting the region.
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
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Matthew Spicer, Senior Vice President & General Manager, San Mateo Midstream
4:40 PM
Closing Keynote
Goodnight Midstream focuses exclusively on safely building and operating produced water gathering and disposal systems. Founded in North Dakota in 2011, Goodnight Midstream has grown to become the largest produced water pipeline and disposal company in the Bakken. Goodnight entered the Permian Basin in 2016 and is currently building in six project areas in the Midland and Delaware Basins. Goodnight owns and operates over 350 miles of produced water pipeline and more than 40 saltwater disposal wells. Hear how Goodnight Midstream plans to provide producers with reliable infrastructure to alleviate the growing issue of produced water in the Permian.
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
Patrick Walker, CEO, Goodnight Midstream, LLC
5:00 PM
Forum Concludes
5:00 PM
Opening Reception on the Exhibit Floor
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