October 30 – November 1, 2017 * San Antonio, Texas

API Recommended Practices 100-2 Managing Environmental Aspects Associated with Exploration & Production Operations Including Hydraulic Fracturing
Lloyd Hetrick, Operations Engineering Advisor, Newfield Exploration Company, The Woodlands, Texas

Potential Beneficial Uses of Produced Water – Issues, Opportunities and Challenges
Rick McCurdy, Manager, Corrosions, Chemical & Water, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

A Century of Leadership: Energy Regulation at the Railroad Commission of Texas
Lori Wrotenbery, Director, Oil & Gas Division, Railroad Commission of Texas, Austin, Texas

(click on each session title for list of presentations/authors)
Groundwater Remediation I
Hydraulic Fracturing Issues
Produced Water Treatment, Management Strategies & Practices I
Groundwater Remediation II
Waste Management & Pollution Prevention I
Air Emissions
Site Characterization & Forensic Geochemistry
Exhibitor Showcase / Risk Assessment & Risk Management
Remediation of Hydrocarbon Spills
Characterization & Remediation of Brine Spills
Waste Management & Pollution Prevention II
Open Discussion on Produced Water
Produced Water Treatment, Management Strategies & Practices II
Legal & Regulatory Issues

A-Z Solutions
ACME Remediation, LLC
Carbon Activated Corporation
DeepEarth Technologies, Inc.
Defiant Technologies, Inc.
EcoAnalysts, Inc.
GEI Consultants, Inc.
Golden Specialty, Inc.
Hydrogeophysics, Inc.
Hydrozonix, LLS
Interstate Oil & Gas Commission
Lion Technology, Inc.
Microbial Insights, Inc.
NASA Kennedy Space Center
New Mexico OIl & Natural Gas Association
Oklahoma Corporation Commission
Oklahoma Energy Resources Board
Railroad Commission of Texas
Remedial Construction Services, LP (Recon)
River City Pressure Cleaning Equipment & The Biosolve Company
South Texas Geological Society
Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners
Yellow Jacket Drilling Services
Young Professionals in Energy