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This 2 Day Conference Has Been Designed For The Following Job Functions:

  • COO
  • VP Engineering
  • VP Operations


Director, Manager, Supervisor, Team Lead, Superintendent of:

  • Water Services
  • Water Logistics
  • Water Operations
  • Water Management
  • Water Sourcing
  • Water Technology
  • Operations
  • Production/Production Operations 
  • Construction 
  • Engineering 


Manager/Senior Engineer/Foreman of:

  • Water Operations
  • Facilities/Facilities Engineering 
  • Completions 
  • Environmental
  • Regulation & Compliance
  • Drilling 


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Matt Ciprich

Matt CiprichDirector, Water Services


Teddy Mohle

Teddy MohleManager, Completions & Water Infrastructure

Contango Oil & Gas

Teddy (Theodore ) has been in the Oil & Gas industry for over 12 years. He currently is the manager of completion operations and water infrastructure at Contango Oil & Gas. Since his company purchased their Permian Asset in 2016, Teddy has been on the forefront of building and optimizing a produced water recycling program for Contango’s Completions. This program includes the development of multiple ponds, pipelines and SWD’s. In addition to coordinating hydraulic fracturing jobs, Teddy also manages an extensive SWD pipeline network in central OK and splits his time directing both operating areas. Teddy graduated from Texas A&M University with a Petroleum Engineering degree. He currently resides in Houston Texas with his wife and 2 kids. Their family is expecting a third child this December.

Dr. Hasan Al Abdulgader

Dr. Hasan Al AbdulgaderDirector, Produced Water Treatment R&D Program

Saudi Aramco

Bhavana Karnik

Bhavana KarnikEnvironmental Engineer


Brandon Davis

Brandon DavisCEO 

Swan Energy

Mark Peavy

Mark PeavyVice President Operations

Resilience Natural Resources

Danny Reible

Danny ReibleDonovan Maddox Chair, Texas Tech University

Texas Produced Water Consortium

Danny Reible is the Donovan Maddox Distinguished Engineering Chair and Paul Whitfield Horn Professor at Texas Tech University where he guides the development of the Maddox Environmental Engineering Research Center.  Previously he was the Bettie Margaret Smith Chair of Environmental Health Engineering and the Director of the Center for Research in Water Resources at the University of Texas in Austin.  He also served as Director of the Hazardous Substance Research Center/South and Southwest, a consortium of Rice, Ga Tech, Texas A&M, University of Texas and LSU from 1995-2007, and is a Professor and Director Emeritus from LSU.   He holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Caltech, is a Professional Engineer (LA), a Board Certified Environmental Engineer and in 2005 was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for “the development of widely used means of managing contaminated sediments”.  He was the 2017 Kappe Lecturer of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists and is the recipient of the 2020 Gordon Maskew Fair Award.  He has served on 7 National Academy of Science Committees leading to reports on contemporary environmental challenges and served on the Academy’s Board of Environmental Studies and Toxicology.  His current research is focused on sustainable management of water resources, technologies and practices for the use and reuse of brackish and produced waters, and the assessment and remediation of contaminated soils and sediments.  He has authored or edited six books and more than 200 journal articles and book chapters.  Research support as a principal investigator has totalled more than $40 million.

Mike Hightower

Mike HightowerDirector

New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium

Becca Moore

Becca MooreIndustrial Wastewater Permit Coordinator

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Mark Engle

Mark EngleResearch Geologist

The University of Texas at El Paso

Adrienne Sandoval

Adrienne SandovalOil Conservation Division Director

New Mexico Energy, Natural Resources Dept

Bridget Scanlon

Bridget ScanlonSenior Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology

Jackson School of Geosciences

Mark Patton

Mark PattonPresident


Ted Wooten

Ted WootenChief Engineer

Railroad Commission of Texas

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 Dept 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 and working in 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 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.

David Feather

David FeatherAir Quality Permitting Section Chief

New Mexico Environment Department

Jaspinder Singh

Jaspinder SinghPermit Specialist, Water Quality Division

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality


Jaspinder is an Industrial Wastewater Permit Coordinator in the Water Quality Division of the TCEQ. As a permit coordinator, Jaspinder reviews applications and prepares TPDES and TLAP permits and authorizations in accordance with state and federal rules, policies, and guidelines. He also provides technical guidance and prepares oil and gas individual and general TPDES permits.

Jaspinder started with the TCEQ in June 2018. He has previous project manager experience reviewing civil and environmental project applications in the Waste Permits Division of the TCEQ and Prince George’s County Permitting, Inspecting, and Enforcement Department. He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Punjab Technical University in India and a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada.



  • “Dispose Of Less & Reuse More” - Operator Strategies, Regulatory Policies & Solutions To Minimize SWD & Identify Commercially Viable Alternatives  
  • Realizing The Economic Value Of Key Minerals & Chemicals In Produced Water That Could Be Extracted & Sold 
  • Innovative Technology Implementation To Economically Convert Produced Water For Beneficial Reuse In Sectors Outside Oil & Gas Including Agriculture, Manufacturing (Rare Earths & Raw Minerals Extraction) Industrial (Water Cooling & Power Applications) & More Long Term, Hydrogen Economy Development 


  • Sharing Operator Led Solutions On Addressing Seismic Occurrences 
  • Partnering With Regulators To Tackle Seismicity Without Reducing Production Rates 
  • Innovations In Subsurface Disposal To Further Increase Capacity 
  • Addressing Key Operational Challenges Of Utilizing Increasing Volumes Of Water For Fracs  
  • Standardizing Water Qualities & Identifying Tertiary Treatment Solutions 

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