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Houston Marriott West Loop by The Galleria 1750 West Loop South Houston , Texas 77027
Tel: (713) 960-0111
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Infocast's Water Management for the Permian Basin Summit

Overview

The Only Event Designed by Operators for Operators

Join Leading Operators, Oilfield Service Providers, Local Regulators, and Water Specialists as They Discuss:

  • Case studies on current water infrastructure projects in the Permian
  • The latest on water regulations affecting the basin's oil and gas operations
  • The economic impact of water management on ROI
  • Risk mitigation strategies in water infrastructure investments
  • Cutting-edge innovations in water systems, automation, transportation, and treatment

Featured Operators' Panel

  • Lauren Sloan, Water Management, Project Lead, CONOCOPHILLIPS
  • Brett Creeser, Director of Laredo Midstream Services, LAREDO PETROLEUM
  • Grant DeFosse, Senior Production Engineer, APACHE
  • Rick McCurdy, Manager of Chemicals & Water Reclamation, CHESAPEAKE ENERGY
  • Douglas Park, Manager of Drilling and Completion Technology, CIMAREX
  • Jeff Ryan, Production Manager, DIAMONDBACK ENERGY

Other Featured Speakers:

  • Michael Gerstner, Director of Strategic Integration, BAKER HUGHES
  • Mark Kidder, Global Business Manager- Oilfield Water Management, SCHLUMBERGER
  • James P. Welch, Global Business Development Manager- Water Solutions, HALLIBURTON
  • David Ramirez, Area Director, Border and Permian Basin, Office of Compliance and Enforcement, TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY


The Permian is booming again as operators re-drill the entire basin. Rig counts have doubled since 2010. Production has increased by 43% since 2013, and is expected to grow up to 3.5 million barrels per day in 10 years. The sweeping move from vertical to horizontal drilling in the region combined with mounting natural growth is expected to drive spending up to $18 billion dollars in the Permian in 2015.

However, water remains the biggest challenge in the region. Critical and persistent drought has forced many producers to innovate with alternate water sources in produced and brackish water. Many operators in the basin are collaborating to reach 100% use of brackish/produced water for drilling operations in the Permian. Even with this commitment, recycled/reused water presents some of the same hurdles as fresh water, including-transport, storage, treatment and disposal. Lack of necessary water infrastructure to support the new boom also presents a large hurdle. In order to profit from this age of revival, producers must incorporate foresight by planning tomorrow’s water management strategies today.

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