Produced Water Society
Permian Basin Summit 2023
August 14 - 16, 2023 | Midland, Texas
Produced Water’s Impact in the Permian – Energy – Land – Conservation
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The Produced Water Society is a 501 (c)(3) educational organization serving water professionals in the oil and gas industry. The mission of the Society is to improve produced water management to the benefit of the environment and the industry by fostering dynamic discussions and opportunities for water professionals to learn from one another at our live events, luncheons, and growing online community.
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The Produced Water Society holds technical events near key areas of production activity around the world. The aim of our seminars, conferences, and training events is to enhance the knowledge base and best practices in order to improve the overall management and understanding of water issues in the oil and gas industry. We do this by delivering highly relevant content and networking opportunities at our three annual events.
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Water in Oil is the Produced Water Society’s bimonthly newsletter dedicated to finding and extracting the water element in oil and gas developments around the world. From new technologies and novel applications to headline transactions and breaking stories, Water in Oil covers the news you need to know and digs into the issues deeply relevant for the future of a rapidly growing global concern: produced water.
GWSC research targets innovative produced water management strategies
The research center’s focus on membrane technology could result in new management approaches and uses for both low- and high-salinity produced water. As ConocoPhillips’ Global Water Sustainability Center (GWSC) celebrates…
France’s Total developing offshore biological treatment technology
BIOMEM could give the operator a leg up on offshore produced water discharge regulations, which are expected to become more stringent in certain areas. Researchers at French major Total have…
Four things I learned from the PWS operators’ panel on ESG
Some key takeaways from the Produced Water Society’s virtual operators’ panel, held on November 18. PWS brought together panelists from key operators in the US to discuss how the growing…
An integral part of the Produced Water Society‘s mission is to engage students and young professionals and help them acquire skills crucial for a successful career in the industry. Therefore, we are launching an initiative for young professionals in produced water.
If you are a graduate student (Master, PhD and Postdoc) or a young professional (aged 35 or under) with no more than 3 years of experience, you may eligible to receive additional Produced Water Society membership benefits.