WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Meet Senior Decision Makers From:
- US Oil & Gas Majors
- Permian Basin Operators
- Eagle Ford Operators
- Woodford Operators
- Barnett Operators
- Haynesville Operators
- Fayetteville Operators
- Mississippi Lime Operators
- Granite Wash Operators
- Tuscaloosa Operators
- Government & Regulatory Bodies
- Research Institutes
- Geological Institutes & Associations
With The Following Job Titles:
COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...
- Process Engineering
- Water Resources
- Environmental Affairs
- Shale Gas Development
- Unconventional Resources
- Regulatory Affairs
- Government Affairs
- Public Relations
- Water Reuse Solutions Providers
- Water Treatment Companies
- Water Storage Innovators
- Hydraulic Fracturing Service Providers
- Completions Technology Suppliers
- Fluid Management Companies
- Frac Fluid Suppliers
- Waste Water Disposal Companies
- Chemical Suppliers
- Water Transfer Companies
- Water Tracking Software Solutions
- Transport & Logistics Service Providers
- Water Sourcing Services
- Well Service Providers
- Completions Consultants
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- Pumping Companies
- Investment Firms
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- Environment & Regulatory Authorities
- Research & Development Institutes & Universities
5th Annual Shale Play Water Management 2014 Southern States
5TH CONGRESS IN THE LONGEST RUNNING E&P-LED WATER SERIES SPECIFIC TO SOUTHERN STATES PLAYS
It is more crucial than ever that Southern State operators develop regional and play-specific water reuse, recycling, treatment, sourcing, storage and disposal strategies.
To provide up-to-the-minute solutions to water management challenges, the 5th Annual Shale Play Water Management 2014, Southern States congress will be returning to Dallas this November. As the only operator-led community examining water reuse, treatment, sourcing, storage and disposal, and specifically designed for E&Ps working in the Permian Basin, Eagle Ford, Barnett, Haynesville, Fayetteville and Woodford plays, this year's congress will feature a totally redesigned agenda and revamped speakers line-up focusing on work done in the last few months. Hear furthermore from government representatives about recent and upcoming regulatory changes affecting water management in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
With Day 1 centered around water recycling and reuse, water treatment and storage options and Day 2 examining water disposal, sourcing and sharing options for shale play water management, we will dive into what strategies and technologies allow minimizing the costs and maximizing the efficiency of shale play water management in the Southern States.
This is not a vendor event but an operator-led knowledge exchange that is aimed at providing solutions to current and future challenges.
1600+ ATTENDEES SINCE 2009
What's New This Year?
MORE E&P PRESENTATIONS THAN EVER BEFORE: This year's agenda features an unprecedented roster of E&P operators, both large and small at the only E&P-led community on water management strategies specifically focused on Southern States shale plays
DATA BASED ON RECORD-BREAKING COST-REDUCTIONS: As operators have seen record-breaking cost-reductions in their water reuse strategies in 2014, this year's congress is able to focus for the first time on tangible cost reductions made at every stage of water management
MECHANICAL & CHEMICAL TREATMENTS, CHLORIDE & BACTERIA REMOVAL: Based on research within the industry and feedback from previous congresses, this year's agenda will delve into every type of water treatment for every type of contaminant to provide a new level of technical depth never before seen at a water management congress
SOURCING, STORAGE & DISPOSAL STRATEGIES TO MEET 2014 REGULATIONS: With a heap of new regulations for water sourcing, storage and disposal in 2014, this year's congress will feature brand new exclusive state-by-state updates from regulators and case studies on how individual E&Ps are planning to meet them
WHAT MAKES THIS CONGRESS UNIQUE?
100% E&P LED: The only congress on water management in shale plays to feature a speaker line-up consisting 100% of E&Ps and industry regulators.
LARGEST ATTENDANCE: There have been over 1600 attendees and 200 exhibitors at the congress over the last 5 years
TRACK RECORD: Whilst many copy-cat congresses have popped up over the years, this congress remains the only one to consistently attract high numbers of operators, with the highest percentage of E&Ps of any water management congress and a track record of attendance from the true decision makers on water management technology
PLAY SPECIFIC FOCUS: Every case study from this year's congress is drawn from work done in the Eagle Ford, Permian Basin, Woodford, Barnett, Fayetteville and Haynesville to ensure the solutions speak directly to the unique challenges faced by operators in the Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas