Jan. 13, 2009


Description

This lecture describes many produced water management options using the concept of a 3-tiered water management/ pollution prevention hierarchy: minimize water production, recycle or reuse, and treat and dispose. This lecture offers guidance on the factors that should be considered by company managers to select the management options that are most appropriate for a particular site.


Featured Speakers

Speaker John Veil
Manager of the Water Policy Program Argonne National Laboratory John Veil is Manager of the Water Policy Program for Argonne National Laboratory. He earned a BA degree in earth and planetary science from Johns Hopkins University, an MS degree in zoology from the University of Maryland, and an MS degree ...

Manager of the Water Policy Program
Argonne National Laboratory

John Veil is Manager of the Water Policy Program for Argonne National Laboratory. He earned a BA degree in earth and planetary science from Johns Hopkins University, an MS degree in zoology from the University of Maryland, and an MS degree in civil engineering from the University of Maryland. Veil served as a faculty member of the Department of Zoology at the University of Maryland. He is the lead author of the 2004 White Paper Describing Produced Water from Production of Crude Oil, Natural Gas, and Coal Bed Methane.”


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Organizer

Teresa Foss


Date and Time

Tue, Jan. 13, 2009

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Petroleum Club of Houston

800 Bell, 43rd Floor
Houston, TX 77002