Conference Title
Shale Water Management 2018 (North American Shale Water Management 2018)
Conference Dates
21 - 22 Feb 2018
Submission Deadline
Official Web Site
Westin Galleria
Shale Water Management 2018, will take place from 21 Feb to 22 Feb 2018. The calls you to Houston, Texas for North American Shale Water Management 2018 . It will be arranged at Westin Galleria. You've got the opportunity to find out the most up-to-date innovations in Water Management, Water Treatment, Shale Water and Water Disposal at this major Conference. Shale Water Management 2018 is an annual Conference. This year around 500 industry leaders, and professionals are coming together in Houston, Texas USA for Shale Water Management 2018. The organizer of the Shale Water Management 2018, North American Shale Water Management 2018 is iQ Hub. Let Houston must do attractions make you fall in love with this city when you are there for Shale Water Management 2018. Here are the top notch things to do in Houston! The Premier Forum for Shale Water Management, Recycling and Reuse Welcome to the North American Shale Water Management 2018 Exhibition and Conference where shale operators and service companies will meet with leading water management experts and key regulators in Houston, Texas to explore new cost-effective water treatment, sourcing, disposal and storage solutions for the North American shale plays. While operators adjust to a sub-$50 oil price market, new initiatives towards more efficient and cost effective water management solutions are being explored in order to remain profitable in a lower margin business. Operators are seeking optimal performance and low-cost water management strategies in line with the latest regulations and environmental considerations in order to ensure long-term operational security for a ‘low-to-stay’ oil price market. With the challenges of keeping OPEX down to a minimum, shale operators are faced with the choice of adopting either “low-cost disposal” or “treatment for re-use” strategies to manage their produced water. While the operating costs can vary depending on the proximity of the producing wells to local water-disposal facilities, generally 60 to 80 percent of the total cost of disposal is attributed to water-hauling and transportation expenses. Where possible, operators are finding new and innovative options to recycle and reuse produced water for cost-effective and stable solutions. With developments in treatment technologies and strategic know-how, recent innovations in shale water management offer new hope for operators looking to maintain their economic margins under challenging market conditions and to better manage their waste water. 
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