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IPEConnect | Spring 2021

The International Petroleum Environmental Conference (IPEC) has been a long-running, highly-respected conference bringing together petroleum environmental professionals who address and resolve petroleum environmental issues in every aspect of the petroleum industry.

For 2021, we are embarking on a new and exciting direction IPEConnect is a series of Virtual, Instructor-Led Presentations bringing petroleum environmental professionals together in an engaging format with high quality technical presentations, followed with discussion and Q & A.

Participants are saying:

“This program was very appropriate for state compliance inspectors in the field.”
“The training course was very informative and provided useful information relative to real life experiences we deal with in the field.”
“This program is worth the time and money!”

Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in IPEConnect … an opportunity to stay connected with those involved in addressing and resolving petroleum environmental issues.

Who is going to connect?

Exploration & Production Companies
Health, Safety, Environmental Specialists & Engineers
Midstream Oil & Gas Companies
Oil Service Companies
HSSE Managers & Directors
Government Agencies
Land Personnel
Environmental Professionals & Consultants
Refinery Managers
Federal Regulators/Technicians
Oil & Gas Attorneys
Downstream Companies
Water Treatment Management Firms
Operations Managers
Operations Managers
Remediation Companies
Academia
Soil Scientists
Petroleum Environmental Engineers
Geologists

IPEConnect | Spring 2021 Schedule:

#1 SUBJECT MATTER: BRINE
Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 10:30am-12:00pm (CDT) | 1.5 PDHs

Kerry Sublette, President, Sublette Consulting, Broken Arrow, OK Remediation of Brine Spills – What Goes Wrong
Chris Athmer, Sr. Environmental Engineer, Terran Corporation, Beavercreek, OH EK Remediation with Calcium Addition Increases Chloride Removal and Improves Soil Conditions
#2 SUBJECT MATTER: PRODUCED WATER MANAGEMENT
Thursday, April 8, 2021 | 10:30am-12:00pm (CDT) | 1.5 PDHs

Mike Hightower, Director, NM Produced Water Research Consortium, Albuquerque, NM Produced Water Reuse Testing and Evaluation in New Mexico
Nick Martin, Principal Scientist/Earth Sciences Section, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX Produced Water Disposal Risk Assessment for Southern Texas: The 5 Biggest Risks and Mitigation Strategies
#3 SUBJECT MATTER: WASTE MANAGEMENT & POLLUTION PREVENTION
Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 10:30am-12:00pm (CDT) | 1.5 PDHs

Tim Graham, Mgr. Environmental HSE Corporate, Chesapeake Energy, Oklahoma City, OK

 

Morgan Hager, VP Health, Safety, Environment & Regulatory, Chesapeake Energy, Oklahoma City, OK

Site Assessment for Oil and Gas Facilities and Associated Infrastructure
Dare Westmoreland, President, Advantis, LLC, Marshall, TX Is the Hatch Really Sealed? You Can Know With a New Pressure Sensitive Gasket
#4 SUBJECT MATTER: LEGAL & REGULATORY
Thursday, May 6, 2021 | 10:30am-12:00pm (CDT) | 1.5 PDHs

Mark Truax, President, Pac/West Strategies, Denver, CO Navigating the Political Waters of Oil and Gas
Nate Alleman, Sr. Regulatory Specialist, ALL Consulting, Tulsa, OK Data-Driven Process for Selecting Production and Salt Water Disposal Well Locations Based on Site Specific and Regional Factors

IPEConnect INFORMATION/DETAILS:

Format: Instructor-Led, Live, Virtual using ZOOM including discussion and Q & A.

The ZOOM meeting invitation link will be emailed a couple of days before the date of each talk to all paid registrants.

IPEConnect presentations are held on Thursdays, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm (CDT)

NOTE: # of participants is limited – sign up early!
Registration fee must be paid before participants will receive the meeting invitation link.

SIGN UP FOR INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS:
$55.00 per person / per session

IPEConnect Spring 2021 REGISTRATION LINK

Experience this unique opportunity to participate in IPEConnect and stay CONNECTED with those involved in developing and implementing technology to address and resolve petroleum environmental problems.