May 19, 2014


Description

Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material or NORM is present in all materials but some areas have more of the materials than others.  The primary route of NORM from oil and gas reservoirs is through produced water. This talk will focus on the basics of NORM: what it is, where it originates, how it accumulates and how proper handling can help to minimize problems.

 

 

If you have special dietary needs, please include special meal requests in the "Comments" section during the registration process.

 

Registration & Walk-ins 

All attendees are encouraged to register and pay online for this event.  This guarantees your spot at the luncheon.  Walk-in space may be available at a fee of $10 more than the on-line registration fee.

 

Parking for this event

 

The Petroleum Club provides valet parking at the Milam Street side of the EXXON-MOBIL Building for a fee of $7. Enter the valet parking ramp from the Milam Street side of the building at the corner of Milam and Leeland. Parking on the street around the EXXON-MOBIL Building is also possible - pay at parking meters located on each block.  Parking is also available at public parking lots in the area for a fee in the $7+.  The lots can fill quickly. 

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: George King
Speaker George King
George E. King is a registered professional engineer in Texas and Oklahoma with 43 years of experience since joining Amoco Research Center in 1971.  His technical work has provided advances in shale developments, environmental risk reduction in well construction and fracturing, sand control reliability and underbalanced perforating. He has a ...

George E. King is a registered professional engineer in Texas and Oklahoma with 43 years of experience since joining Amoco Research Center in 1971.  His technical work has provided advances in shale developments, environmental risk reduction in well construction and fracturing, sand control reliability and underbalanced perforating. He has a BS in Chemistry from Oklahoma State and a BS in Chemical Engineering and a MS in Petroleum Engineering from University of Tulsa, where he also taught Fracturing and completions courses for 11 years at night as an adjunct professor.  He has written 68 technical papers and has served as a SPE Distinguished Lecturer, was awarded the 2004 SPE Production Operations Award and the 2012 Professional Engineer’s Engineer of the Year award for the Houston area. He is Apache’s Distinguished Engineering Advisor. His hobby is rebuilding vintage Ford Mustangs.


 

Full Description



Organizer

Reshmy Mohanan

rmohanan@brt-chem.com


We are excited to announce the first speaker for WWM in 2014!


If you have any special requests such as special diet, describe them in "comments" during registration process.


Regards,


Water and Waste Management Study Group


Date and Time

Mon, May 19, 2014

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

Event has ended

If you do not have a full-time job in the oil and gas industry, are a full-time student or Member in Transition (MiT) member, and you do not see a discounted registration fee for students/MiT regarding this event, please contact the GCS manager at spe-gcs@spe.org.


Location

Petroleum Club of Houston

800 Bell, 43rd Floor
Houston, TX 77002
United States



Group(s): Water & Waste Mgmt