S&E: Part II of the Water Resource Challenges in the Marcellus and Haynesville Shale Formations

Speaker Kayli Clements
Sr. Environmental Scientist M-I SWACO Kayli provides global support for onshore waste management issues through greenhouse research, technical knowledge and customer involvement. Her areas of concentration are in beneficial reuse of drill cuttings, water recycling and development of ecotoxicity tests to qualify fluids and additives for land based drilling. She ...

Sr. Environmental Scientist M-I SWACO



Kayli provides global support for onshore waste management issues through greenhouse research, technical knowledge and customer involvement. Her areas of concentration are in beneficial reuse of drill cuttings, water recycling and development of ecotoxicity tests to qualify fluids and additives for land based drilling. She has advised on oilfield bioremediation projects in several countries and has extensive regulatory knowledge and design experience on land disposal and treatment of drilling residuals. She graduated with a degree in Biological Engineering from Louisiana State University and has been employed with M-I SWACO since 2006.


Full Description

The presentation will provide an update to the  discussion given in May entitled Water Resource Challenges in the Marcellus and Haynesville Shale Formations. The changes in regulations over the past 6 months will be highlighted as well as the continued impact that they have on the Oil and Gas industry in Louisiana and Pennsylvania. The presentation will expand to discuss the influence of Colorado and Wyoming on the Shale Fracking debate, also the recent EPA involvement to assess the need for frac companies to report their proprietary chemical information. In addition, the quantity of recycling vs. disposal and the continued water sourcing challenges.

Organizer Christa Henager