April Tech Talk
Characteristics of Produced Water and Examine How Constituents Effect Water Quality
When: April 26th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm CST
Location: Oklahoma City Geological Society
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Reuse of flowback and produced water is an important part of comprehensive water management in the oil and gas industry. The composition of produced waters vary significantly by formation and play, within plays from well to well, and over time as new wells clean up from completion operations. Water quality requirements for reuse may include a number of parameters for compatibility with the reservoir and fluid system. This presentation will review characteristics of produced water and examine how constituents effect water quality. Water treatment processes, stages of treatment, operational parameters and quality targets will be discussed.
Dinner and drinks are included with registration. Dinner is served at 6pm, presentation begins 6:30pm. See you there!
Scott Bailey is a Senior Scientist and Scientific Advisor for Flex-Chem Corp. Scott received his Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Tulsa. He has held positions in research, product development and project design. Prior to joining Flex-Chem Scott was a Science Specialist for Saudi Aramco. He has led projects on water treatment design, process performance assessment, water quality parameter development, water biocide optimization and optimization of large water transmission and distribution systems. Since joining Flex-Chem he has been involved in design and operation of a number of frac water recycling facilities and oversees new technology development.
For questions regarding the Tech Talk, please contact JJ Kim at JJ.Kim@chk.com or Nik Gardner at Nik.Gardner@clr.com