PWS Seminar 2023
The Produced Water Society Annual Seminar is the longest-standing and most highly regarded technical conference serving the produced water management sector. This three-day event covers conventional, unconventional, onshore and offshore operations and will feature technical presentations, panel discussions, roundtables, networking opportunities and exhibition booths. Produced water experts with global experience will discuss the existing solutions, technological innovations and produced water management best practices to ensure sustainable O&G production.
Keynote Speaker: Ted Wooten
Ted Wooten’s career in the oilfield began over 35 years ago operating cementing and frac equipment for Dowell right here in Houston, Tx. His career continued through multiple oil and gas focused research and development staff and management positions, including a stint as Asst. Director Department of Petroleum and Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma. Additional roles included staff engineering and operational management roles with independent and large cap E&P companies as well as living, working, and visiting over 40 countries around the world. All this culminated in executive management roles with both a small cap E&P company and an international oil and gas service company. With a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla, and being a registered P.E. in OK / TX, Ted’s technical and management experience led him to his current role supporting the RRC and the State of Texas as Chief Engineer.