Permian Basin: Produced Water Management - Waste to Value

Speaker E. Dwyann Dalrymple, Global Water Management Manager at Nalco
An Industry Development Manager on Global Water Management for Nalco Champion and the Scientific Development Advisor to the Board of the Americas-Middle East-Africa-Asia Produced Water Community. Until November 2009, he served as a Scientific Advisor with Halliburton’s Conformance Technology/Production Enhancement Group in Duncan, OK. He has over 30 years’ experience ...

An Industry Development Manager on Global Water Management for Nalco Champion and the Scientific Development Advisor to the Board of the Americas-Middle East-Africa-Asia Produced Water Community. Until November 2009, he served as a Scientific Advisor with Halliburton’s Conformance Technology/Production Enhancement Group in Duncan, OK. He has over 30 years’ experience with in depth expertise in water control and well preparation including conformance technology and improved oil recovery methods. He has successfully consulted on procedures and job recommendations around the world. His most recent work led to development and application of several novel chemical systems for water shut-off, gas shutoff, and improved wellbore integrity. He has authored hundreds of publications on these topics and holds 50 patents related to Conformance technology, acidizing, sand control, fracturing and cementing.

Mr. Dalrymple was an SPE Distinguished Lecturer for 2010-2011 season.

Full Description

Produced Water Management has become a worldwide concern. There are a growing number of mature fields, and many countries have already established strict discharge regulations in order to prevent and/or eliminate pollution resulting from the discharge of produced water. 

Local conditions and requirements vary significantly; with regional boundaries set geologically, geographically or politically. Solutions developed to address these local conditions and requirements many times must be solutions which are region-specific. As a result, the overall solution may require several separate steps for complete resolution (reduction, chemical removal, profile control, separation, treatment, disposal and water-flooding use, etc.). One point remains true in all cases. The end result obtained of proper produced water management in the oil and gas industry is that it is a savings to the company, not a cost.

Organizer Amy Timmons, Weatherford

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Tue, Oct. 15, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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