WHO WILL BE ATTENDING:

Meet Senior Decision-Makers From:


  • Western Canadian E&Ps
  • Western Canadian Water Trading Consortiums
  • Alberta, British Columbia And National Energy Regulators

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VP's, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Operations
  • Water Management
  • Water Treatment
  • Engineering
  • Completions
  • Hydrogeology
  • Facilities

Plus:


Suppliers And Service Providers Of:

  • Friction Reducers
  • Frac Chemicals
  • Mobile Water Treatment
  • Water Disposal
  • Water Haulage
  • Chemical Deployment Systems
  • Acrolein Biocides
  • H2S Removal
  • Friction Reducers
  • Water Storage Tanks
  • Water Pits
  • Water Pipelines
  • Lay Flat Hose
  • Disposal Facilities

WHY ATTEND

For Western Canadian E&Ps to minimize OPEX, it is imperative to get water management costs down to minimum.

For this reason, the Shale Canada Water Recycling and Reuse 2015 Congress will bring together a cross section of Western Canadian shale players to share their perspective on water management for shale operations.

  • Operator-Led Research: All topics were chosen based on the concerns of Canadian E&P operators
  • Reactive To Low Price Markets: Every presentation is focused on the strategic challenges caused by the depression in commodity prices
  • Cross-Industry Learning: The congress takes the lessons of heavy oil water collaboration consortiums and applies them to light oil
  • Cross-Play Water Concerns Addressed: The congress will examine how analysis of water composition and compatibility with various plays can inform effective water trading, treatment and collaboration, saving operators time and money
  • Multi-Stakeholder-Led Discussions: A broad spectrum of views will be voiced in presentations delivered by E&P operators, regulators, service providers, water trading consortiums and leading academics

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