Agenda Focus Day 1

Thursday December 3, 2020


  • Operator-led Strategies For Reducing Costs And Managing Water In The Current Shut-down Environment, In Order To Deliver Sustainable Short-term Margins - Reducing Immediate Opex Whilst Positioning For A 2021 Restart
  • Strategies For Disposal Techniques In The Short And Long Term - Proven Overall Approaches To Low Cost Disposal During 2020, And Strategies For Increased Efficiency In 2021+
  • Cost-effective Transportation Methodologies
  • Disposal Formations And Reservoir Characterization
  • Approaches To Water Sharing In The Permian Basin - Maintaining And Establishing Sharing Agreements With Other Operators For Mutual Benefit
  • Practical Considerations Of Sharing Produced Water For Completions
  • Benefits Of Sharing Water Infrastructure In Short And Long Term
  • Role Of New Technologies In Increasing Water Transfer/Disposal Efficiency
  • Reducing Transport Maintenance Costs
  • Improving Tracking Capabilities

4th Annual Produced Water Management Permian Basin 2020

Presenting Operator-Led Best Practice Case Studies, Speaker/Audience Live Panel Interactions & Online Networking To Find Water Management Solutions At Reduced Cost

American Business Conferences' flagship Water Management Permian Basin returns in a virtual format this December, with a focus on identifying cost-cutting options and the evaluation of affordable solutions for water management. In this shutdown environment, new technologies are not considered a priority in themselves: but the industry must still learn about affordable options - technological or operational - that can make an immediate impact on the bottom line. These solutions include reducing disposal and transportation OPEX; increasing efficiency through water sharing agreements; navigating incoming regulation; and identifying new, affordable, and proven technologies.

Register Today To Hear How Leading Permian Operators Are Saving Money On Water Management, Across The Board

The Virtual Conference Consists Of Two Separately Bookable Days So You Can Select The Content That Is Of Most Relevance To You:

Day One Focus: Thursday, 3rd December, 2020
  • Operator-led strategies for driving down OPEX on produced water management and handling
  • Cutting disposal costs and managing capacity challenges
  • Establishing and maintaining water sharing agreements as a mutually beneficial cost reduction method
Day Two Focus: Friday, 4th December, 2020
  • Understanding Future Regulatory Changes & Permitting Process Requirements
  • Proven New Technologies For Affordable Produced Water Treatment For
  • Reuse Future of Water Management In The Permian Basin Over The Next Five Years

American Business Conferences promises to once again push the envelope, and raise the bar to bring you over 20 Hours of Learning, Networking & Business Development, this time in a virtual environment so that you can continue to learn, share and improve during this uncertain period.

Over 250 CEOs, COO's, VPs, Directors, Managers, Specialists, Coordinators, Engineers, Analysts, Advisors, Foremans, Superintendents, Advisors from Anadarko, Apache Corporation, BP, Canadian Natural Resources, Carrizo Oil & Gas, Centennial Resources, Chevron, CNX, Concord Energy, ConocoPhillips, Discovery Natural Resources, EQT, ExxonMobil, Faskan Oil & Ranch, Forge Energy, Guidon Energy, Noble Energy, Oasis Petroleum, Primexx Operating, Parlsey Energy, Shell, QEP, XTO Energy, Rice Exploration, WPX Energy, Murphy Oil, Crown Quest Operating, Pioneer Operating, Gulfport Energy, Jetta Operating, Cimarex, Atheon Energy and dozens of leading water management technology service providers attended in 2018 & 2019. 

Agenda Focus Day 2

Friday December 4, 2020

  • Understanding How Current And Incoming Regulation Will Impact Buried Pipeline Infrastructure, Reporting For Disposal And Emissions, And Surface Water Discharge - Strategies For Regulatory Compliance And Sustainability In The Permian Basin
  • Impact Of New Mexico Air Emission Regulations
  • Texas Buried Pipeline Infrastructure Permitting
  • How And Where Operators In The Permian Basin Have Seen Success In Implementing Cost-effective New Technologies For The Treatment Of Produced Water For Reuse - And How Existing Technologies Have Been Employed During The Shutdown Period
  • Effectiveness Of Aeration Technique In Water Treatment
  • Adopting Ceramic Filtration Vs Chemical Treatments
  • Applications Of Beneficial Reuse In The Agricultural Sector, And Opportunities For Cost-savings And Increased Profitability
  • Positioning The Industry For A Strong Recovery In 2021 And Implementing
  • And Adapting To Key Takeaways For A Profitable Next Five Years+

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Now Available For The 2020 Virtual Event

Contact the ABC team at sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com to reserve strategic speaking slots and/or exhibition booths at the the 4th Annual Produced Water Management Recycling, Re-Use And Disposal Permian Basin 2020, where E&Ps are on the look out for the latest reuse treatement technologies, disposal and water handling solutions.

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