Desalination Technology for Produced Water Applications
Due to popular demand, Desalination Technology for Produced Water Applications is now closed for booking.
Booking is still open for the Water & Energy: Upstream Supply & Demand Strategies conference on 4-5 October. Please visit the conferece website for details: www.waterenergystrategy.com.
DesalinationTechnology for Produced Water Applications: A unique opportunity from Global Water Intelligence - keeping you one step ahead of the crowd
3 October 2012, The Houstonian, Houston, Texas
Organised with American Water Intelligence as part of the Water & Energy: Upstream Supply & Demand Strategies conference
Produced water is attracting the attention of an increasing number of water technology companies. With rising volumes and increased treatment needs, it looks like a good market. But can water companies find their way in? For every barrel of oil brought to the surface, the North American onshore oil industry produces eight barrels of highly saline and contaminated water – creating a booming treatment business, now worth more than $2.4 billion a year. With US oil production already peaking, the produced water management market is now expected to grow.
Led by WDR Editor Tom Pankratz and Produced Water Society’s Colin Tyrie, this one-day seminar will weigh up the opportunities against the costs and deliver the business insight that keeps you one step ahead of the crowd.
WDR Editor Tom Pankratz
Colin Tyrie, Secretary Produced Water Society
GWI’s Desalination Technology for Produced Water Applications covers your in-depth questions:
- Is zero discharge a viable option?
- When is bigger not better?
- How do you select the best technology?
- Membrane or thermal?
- Can desalted produced water be reused?
- Is desalted produced water safe to drink?
Who should attend?
- Water utilities
- O & M personnel
Desalination Technology for Produced Water Applications is organised with American Water Intelligence as part of the Water & Energy: Upstream Demand Strategies following on 4-5 October. Both events will be held at The Houstonian Hotel, Houston, Texas.