Mid-Continent shale plays like the Eagle Ford, Mississippi Lime, Permian and Tuscaloosa Marine are booming. But with much of the U.S. dealing with severe drought conditions, water is a huge constraint accounting for an estimated 10% of a well's operating costs. The drought is forcing many producers to seek alternate sources of water, driving investment in recycling and reuse particularly in areas far from any quality water source, pipeline or remediation infrastructure. Recycled/reused water presents some of the same hurdles as fresh water, including transport, storage, treatment and disposal. Producers who want to profit from these promising plays must incorporate foresight by planning tomorrow's water management strategies today.
Infocast's Water Management for Shale Plays event series continues in San Antonio with Water Management for Shale Plays - Mid-Continent 2014 . This event will provide the timeliest information regarding the major challenges and developments the industry is currently facing. This is the networking and informational hub to understand the best practices used in major shale plays across the Mid-Continent. Join E&Ps, field services, water technology companies, engineers, consultants, financiers, and government officials as they delve into the water availability and regulatory environment of hot Mid- Continental plays, share optimal water management strategies and the tools needed to incorporate innovative initiatives into your operation. The toughest water management questions will be answered here!
- Website: http://www.infocastinc.com/events/shale-tx14
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