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2015 IPEC * 22nd Conference Presentations

November 17-19, 2015 * Denver, Colorado

PLENARY / KEYNOTE SESSION
“ANALYSIS OF THE CHEMICALS USED FOR HYDRAULIC FRACTURING USING FRACFOCUS DATA: ARE WE SEEING A NEW TREND TOWARD TRANSPARENCY?”
Stan Belieu, Deputy Director, Nebraska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, Sidney, NE

“ENGAGING COMMUNITIES ON ENVIRONMENTAL TOPICS”
Jill Cooper, HSE Mgr, Reporting & Advocacy, Anadarko Petroleum Corp., Denver,CO

“THE SEARCH FOR WATER USED IN HYDRAULIC FRACTURING; WATER REUSE AND REDUCING POTENTIAL EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY”
Dave Stewart, President & CEO, Stewart Environmental Consultants, LLC, Ft. Collins, CO

“COLORADO’S CONTINUOUS ADJUSTMENT TO UNCONVENTIONAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT”
Thomas j. Kerr, Thom Kerr, LLC, Aurora, CO

TECHNICAL SESSIONS
(Click on each session title for list of presentations/authors)

Produced Water Management, Treatment & Beneficial Re-Use I
Remediation of Brine Sills & Site Reclamation
Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon Impacted Soils & Groundwater I
Advancements in LNAPL Science
In Situ Chemical Oxidation
Remediation of Hydrocarbon Releases
Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon Impacted Soils & Groundwater II
Site Characterization & Forensic Geochemistry / Soil Vapor Extraction
Produced Water Management, Treatment & Beneficial Re-Use II
LNAPL Characterization & Recovery
Environmental Issues in Production & Use of Unconventional Fuels / Waste Management & Pollution Prevention
Exhibitor Showcase Session
Legal & Regulatory Issues / Environmental Management, Compliance & Auditing
Bioremediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons, Oxygenates & Other
Environmental Issues in Hydraulic Fracturing
Open Discussion on Produced Water: This session departs from the usual IPEC format of presented papers. Instead, the session chair will give a brief introduction, and then open the floor for participants to ask questions on water topics. The other participants in the session can share their views and respond to the questions. The session will be informal and will allow for productive discussion among the participants.
Open Discussion on Upstream Oil & Brine Spills: This session departs from the usual IPEC format of presented papers. Instead, the session chair will give a brief introduction, then open the floor for participants to ask questions on topics related to spills of hydrocarbons and produced water in the E&P environment. The other participants can share their views and respond to the questions. The session will be informal and will allow for a productive discussion among the participants.

LUNCHEON SPEAKER
“The Terrain of Trust: An Expedition into the Subsurface of Public Discussion of Oil and Gas Development”
Patty Limerick, Professor of History, Faculty Director and Chair of the Board of the Center of the American West, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO