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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This 2 Day Conference Has Been Designed For The Following Job Functions:

  • COO
  • VP Engineering
  • VP EHS/HSE
  • VP Operations

Plus:

  • Director, Manager, Supervisor, Team Lead, Superintendent of:
  • Water Services
  • Water Logistics
  • Water Operations
  • Water Management
  • Water Sourcing
  • Water Technology
  • EHS/HSE
  • Operations
  • Production/Production Operations
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • And:
  • Manager/Senior Engineer/Foreman of:
  • Water Operations
  • Facilities/Facilities Engineering
  • Completions
  • Environmental
  • Regulation & Compliance
  • Drilling

Meet Leading Technology & Service Providers In:

  • Water Treatment Technology Providers
  • Mobile Treatment
  • Evaporation Technologies
  • Crystallization Technologies
  • Produced Water Disposal Options
  • TENORM Handling Solutions
  • TENORM Management & Disposal Options
  • Transportation & Logistical Service Providers
  • Water Tracking System Service Providers
  • Water Storage Companies
  • Water Monitoring Providers
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Completions Consultants
  • Pumping Companies
  • Water Infrastructure Developers
  • Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Pipeline Companies
  • Mobile Software Systems Companies

Katherine Schmid, P.G

Snr Geoscientist, Petroleum & Subsurface

Bureau of Geological Survey


Katherine Schmid, P.G., joined in the Pennsylvania Geological Survey in 2010 and serves as a senior geoscientist. At the survey, Katherine tracks water use and oil, gas, and brine production from shale wells in Pennsylvania. She has worked on various externally funded projects including the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative (MRCI), Midwest Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership (MRCSP), Appalachian Storage Hub ASH) and Development of Subsurface Brine Disposal Framework in the northern Appalachian Basin projects. Before starting with the survey, she was employed in the oil and gas industry for five years, working first for PGMT Energy and then for EQT. Katherine received her M.S. degree in geological sciences from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005 and her B.S. degree in geology from the Ohio State University in 1999.

AGENDA AT A GLANCE

DAY 1 - CASE STUDIES IN ACTUAL PRACTICE TO ADDRESS LIMITED DISPOSAL
CAPACITY

  • Developing Innovative Approaches To Reusing More Produced Water, Increasing Takeaway Capacity And Locating More Sustainable Disposal Options
  • Identifying Lithium and Other High-Value Mineral Extraction Opportunities From Produced Water – Also Consider Interconnections With Building A Natural Gas-Powered Hydrogen Hub In The Marcellus Region
  • Expanding Opportunities To Share Water And Improving Scheduling To Maximize The Amount Of Water Available For Fracking
  • Finding Alternatives To Disposal In The Absence Of Cost-Effective Recycling Opportunities Or Water Sharing Infrastructure In Your Immediate Locality
  • Evaporation Units – Technology, Costs & Waste Stream Reduction

DAY 2 - BEST PRACTICE SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING COSTS AND IMPROVED
EFFICIENCY

  • Understand Regulators; Perspectives on Future Disposal Options & Permitting Challenges
  • Sharing Operator Experiences On Permitting Process Planning Optimization To Improve Timelines
  • Hear From Midstream Service Providers On How To Make The Business Case For Outsourcing Water Storage And Using Centralized Facilities For Recovery & Recycling
  • Discover Emerging Technology In The Fields Of Leak Detection And Automation Of Tracking And Monitoring
  • Ensuring The Long-Term Sustainability Of The Water Management Eco-System In The Marcellus & Utica Regions
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