This industry expert takes us through the current landscape of produced water issues in the oil patch. While production may have declined in 2020, produced water from hydraulic fracturing still remains a hot topic in the industry. Here’s why.
1.02 Panel: Why Poor Water Management Will Dry Up Your Cash Flow
This leading executive discusses the importance of water management to the overall financial health of an oil and gas producer. Why what you do with water may determine your financing future, and what institutional investors need to see before they’ll provide equity.
Emily Patsy, Senior Managing Editor, Digital Media, Hart Energy
Steve Jones, Co-CEO & Chief Financial Officer, WaterBridge Resources LLC
1.03 Water Midstream Roundtable: An Industry Unto Itself
The rise of water midstream has created an industry unto itself. Learn more about the efficiencies of a great midstream program from leading service providers specializing in the transporting wastewater.
Joe Markman, Senior Editor, Hart Energy
Justin Love, CEO, Blackbuck Resources
Gregory Mullin, Senior Vice President, Commercial, Aris Water Solutions
Jeff Wilhelm, Senior Vice President, Water Management & Artificial Lift, DistributionNOW
1.05 Panel: Options and Outlook for Water Treatment
Many Permian Basin wells produce three to 10 times the amount of water to the amount of oil. Whether that water is injected or recycled, the process all starts with the right treatment. These experts will share their insight into the latest options for water treatment.
Over the last few years, induced seismicity has evolved from quiet speculation to a core focus of upstream risk management and ESG performance. Yet until now there were no reliable analytical tools for measuring and managing seismicity risk across E&P, SWD and water midstream assets. Hear from one of the water industry’s technology leaders on new methods for identifying and mitigating seismicity risks in your water management program.
Len Vermillion, Editorial Director, Hart Energy
Josh Adler, Founder & CEO, Sourcenergy
Casee Lemons, Director of Geoscience, Sourcewater Inc.