WWM SG: Taking Stock of Water Management in 2016: Activity Levels, Volumetrics, Treatment Tech.....

Speaker: Laura Capper
Speaker Laura Capper
CAP Resources is a Houston-based oil and gas and technology consultancy which specializes in market assessment, strategy development for emerging market opportunities, technology commercialization, operations planning, due diligence / transaction support services, and aggressive growth strategies.  As president, Laura Capper brings 25 years of experience for public and private companies ...

CAP Resources is a Houston-based oil and gas and technology consultancy which specializes in market assessment, strategy development for emerging market opportunities, technology commercialization, operations planning, due diligence / transaction support services, and aggressive growth strategies.  As president, Laura Capper brings 25 years of experience for public and private companies including integrated oil and gas companies, oilfield service companies, technology transfer offices, and private equity and venture capital firms.  CAP Resources has serviced over 600 clients and contributed to the development of over $3.0 Billion in value associated with new venture launches and mergers, acquisitions and investment activity.  A primary focus of the firm has been matters related to unconventional exploration and production trends and practices, water management and treatment technologies, mobile field data collection and guidance systems, and environmental and waste handling practices in the oilfield, among other areas of the firm’s specialties.  Over this period, CAP Resources has authored a series of in-depth reports tracking the state of Water Management and investment opportunities in U.S. and World unconventional shale plays.  

Full Description

An overview of the complexity of low-cost treatment of oil and gas water and technical challenges. A volumetric and spending review of current water management practices in oil and gas, and where those systems are strained, including sourcing, transportation, storage, treatment, and disposal. A case study approach to assessing common treatment methods, along with what works cost effectively. A discussion of downturn impacts on water management programs – and changes we should anticipate between 2014 and 2015-2016.

Organizer Reshmy Mohanan

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Wed, Feb. 24, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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