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Events

Overviewing the top upcoming events that tackle the most pressing issues in the world of Water in Oil…

Washington, D.C. October 9

EPA will hold a public meeting at their headquarters at 1201 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 1153 from 10:30 am to 4 pm. They will report the results of their ongoing study, “Looking at Ways to Discharge Produced Water” (see WiO August 24). They will be accepting public comments at the meeting. More information will be posted soon for the meeting here.

Arlington, Texas October 13

The University of Texas – Arlington is holding their second annual conference entitled “Responsible Shale Energy Extraction”. It will be held at the Science and Engineering Innovation & Research (SEIR) building on the south side of the University of Texas – Arlington. The program can be reviewed here.

Scottsdale, Arizona November 6

The International Water Conference has carved out an afternoon for a technical session on produced water on Tuesday (1:15 – 5:00 pm). To see the entire program and register go here.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates November 11-12

“Optimizing Capex and Opex for Efficient Produced Water Management in the GCC” is the theme for the upcoming PWS conference to be held at the St. Regis Hotel. The agenda can be perused here.

Keystone, Colorado December 11-13

American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) will hold a workshop entitled “Membrane Use in Oil, Gas, and Mining” at the Keystone Conference Center. Topics to be covered include low pressure membranes for challenging waters, zero liquid discharge, desalination in remote locations, beneficial use of produced water and associated permitting.

Houston, Texas February 6-7

The 28th annual PWS conference in Houston will be the Marriott Hotel in Sugar Land, Texas will feature technical presentations, panel discussions, round tables sessions, and an entire track dedicated to the booming midstream and unconventional operations servicing oil and gas production in the Permian Basin and other shale plays.

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