The event to attend for technology update and sharing operational experiences on produced water management.
The conference is well known as an important forum for discussing challenges and solutions related to management of produced water in the oil and gas industry.
The amount of produced water is increasing as more oil fields evolve. Produced water management has become a major environmental, as well as an economic, issue for both operators and regulators from around the world. By attending this conference you will be better equipped to meet the challenges faced by the industry, now and in the future.
Program focus 2013
The program for Produced Water Management 2013 contains five main sessions:
- Environmental regulations and guidelines
- Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) - polymer and surfactant
- Emerging technologies
- Field development and operational experiences
- New developments
During the environmental session regulations and OLF-guidelines will be in focus.
The EOR session (Enhanced Oil Recovery) will focus on why EOR, the environmental concern, and the environmental impact from EOR chemicals applied on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Emerging technologies will present Water Debottlenecking (Perenco Emeruade Field), Sorbfloc (field trial data), on-spec produced water from only one compact gas flotation unit and ceramic membranes (field tests and operation experiences). During the session Field developments and operational experiences Statoil will share experiences on Grane and produced water injections. New developments that will be presented: OiW analysers - high pressure tests, re-injection pumps - new design, Typhoon valve on Oseberg C and more.
See the program in detail here.
The speakers are personnel from major operators, governmental bodies, research institutions, contractors and manufacturers.
The number of attendees varies from 120 to 140 people and represent the whole range of personnel working with produced water management.
Meet colleagues and business partners in an informal atmosphere - take part in the useful discussions and sharing of experiences related to produced water management in the oil and gas industry.