WHO WILL BE ATTENDING

Senior Decision Makers From…


  • US Oil & Gas Majors
  • Leading Marcellus Operators
  • Independent Oil & Gas Companies With Shale Gas Operations
  • Leading Operators Active In Other Major North American Shale Plays Such as Haynesville, Eagle Ford & Barnett
  • Utica Operators
  • Government & Regulatory Bodies
  • Research Institutes
  • Geological Institutes & Associations

With The Following Job Titles...


  • CEO       
  • VP Completions
  • VP Production
  • VP Operations
  • VP Engineering
  • VP Resource Management
  • VP Marcellus
  • VP Assets
  • VP Unconventional Resources
  • VP Geology & Geophysics
  • VP Strategy & Planning
  • VP Upstream North America
  • VP Onshore Development
  • VP New Ventures
  • VP Asset Development
  • VP Strategy
  • Technology Director
  • Completions Director
  • Technical Engineers
  • Chief Unconventional Oil & Gas Experts
  • General Counsel
  • Associate general counsel
  • Staff attorney
  • In house counsel
  • VP legal
  • Corporate affairs professionals

Plus...


  • Water Treatment & Filtration Companies
  • Bioremediation Companies
  • Pressure Pumping Companies
  • Hydraulic Fracturing Service Providers
  • Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Pipeline Companies
  • Transport & Logistical Service Providers
  • GPS Tracking System Service Providers
  • Water Storage Companies
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Well Service Providers
  • Completions Consultants
  • Laboratory & Analysis Firms
  • Software Systems Companies
  • Investment Firms
  • Market & Economics Analysts
  • PR Firms
  • CO2 Sequestration

SHALE GAS WATER MANAGEMENT MARCELLUS 2012

As the pace of Marcellus shale gas production continues to develop at an incredible rate in spite of tightening water disposal regulations, there is increasing pressure on operators to re-use water resources for frac operations. Continually evolving regulations combined with water scarcity and high disposal costs mean operators across the Marcellus are keenly adopting innovative strategies, advanced techniques and cutting edge technologies for water re-use and treatment to reduce the costs associated with managing the water resources that are critical to production.

The Shale Gas Water Management, Marcellus Initiative 2012 brought together E&P executives, senior decision makers, technical experts and strategic professionals working in the Marcellus to drive forward solutions at every level of water management from sourcing to reuse to treatment, recycling, transportation, storage and disposal.

Networking Drinks Reception

DAY ONE EXAMINED THE LATEST COST-EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF WATER SOURCING AND DETERMINE TREATMENT LEVELS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR WATER RECYCLING AND RE-USE IN HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

DAY TWO EXAMINED THE INNOVATIVE STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL SOLUTIONS BEING UTILIZED WITHIN REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY OF WATER HANDLING AND DRIVE DOWN LOGISTICAL COSTS

Marathon Oil

'Great organization. Excellent Presentations. Loved the field tour - very informative on how one operator works its water management.'

RELATED EVENTS

O&G Series

As Marcellus shale gas operators continue the drive towards 100% re-use…

…the race to develop the lowest cost, highest efficiency water re-use techniques, capable of treating water to chemical compatibility levels required for re-use, is speeding up.

To learn more about innovative techniques, technologies and best practices for managing water, North America’s leading operators will be meeting at the Shale Gas Water Management, Marcellus Initiative 2012 in Canonsburg, PA in March to share technical and strategic advances being used to cost-effectively source, transport, treat, re-use and dispose of the water critical to Marcellus shale gas production.

This event is the fifth in the sell-out North American Shale Gas Water Management Series and the second in the Marcellus Shale Gas Water Management Series that has been attended by over 1400 delegates and speakers from almost every major North American unconventional operator.

Brand new learning benefits for 2012 include:

  • WATER SOURCING: Developing a systematic and cost effective approach for ensuring water is always available in time for the frac whilst complying with the latest permitting regulations
  • WATER QUALITY: Examining water chemistry within the water quality debate to determine the minimum treatment levels required for safe re-use and minimize scaling and corrosion
  • WATER TREATMENT & RE-USE: Scrutinizing the tried and tested water recycling technologies proven to cost effectively treat water for re-use
  • STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION: Developing a centralized impoundment and transport system for cost-effectively moving water from the source to the impoundment to the well pad
  • DISPOSAL: Understanding the latest disposal regulations in PA and OH and the compliant disposal options available to cost-effectively manage waste water