Produced water storage and evaporation

2022 Produced Water Society Seminar

February 8, 2022

The Produced Water Society Annual Seminar is the longest-standing and most highly regarded technical conference serving the produced water management industry.


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Produced Water Society Seminar 2021, Houston, In-Person & Virtual

September 8, 2021

The Produced Water Society will host a hybrid in-person and virtual seminar on September 8 and 9, focusing on “Produced Water Management in a Rapidly Changing World.”  The in-person seminar will take place at the Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria in Houston, Texas.  You may also register to participate virtually.

The 2-day Seminar will cover important topics such as:

  • Public and private efforts in the produced water space
  • Desalination approaches for beneficial reuse
  • Produced water treatment for reuse
  • Novel separation approaches
  • Optimizing performance
  • Future of water management in shale plays
  • Pushing ESG forward

The seminar will also feature a series of round table discussions, including a presentation on “Produced water and flowback water recycling, storage and evaporation,” by SCS Engineers Project Director Neil Nowak (Roundtable Session 3, September 8, 12:45 pm).

Rounding out the seminar will be Operators’ panels, a presentation of scholarship winner projects, and several networking opportunities.

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The Produced Water Society is a collection of oil and gas professionals with the common mission to improve the management and disposition of produced water. Through the discussion of best practices and the presentation of advanced solutions to dynamic obstacles, PWS fosters an environment where water professionals learn from one another in an open setting and where the entire industry thrives as a result. PWS is a 501 (c)(3) educational organization committed to providing the best science and information available on water issues for oil and gas activity to the industry and interested communities.




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