Day 2

GWPC Proceeding: 
Session Title: 
Water for Energy
Presenter
Presentation 8
Alex Schroeder, Western Governors’ Association
Incorporating Water Constraints into Electric Transmission Planning
Presentation 68
Victoria Pebbles, Great Lakes Commission
Great Lakes Energy Water Nexus Initiative
Presentation 24
William Skaff, Nuclear Energy Institute
Water Use, Electric Power, and Nuclear Energy: A Holistic Approach to Environmental Stewardship
Presentation 122
Robin Newmark, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Future Projections of Water Demands for Energy
Presentation 124
Doug Elliott, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Quantifying Indirect Water Impacts of Buildings’ Energy Efficiency
Presentation 116
Brandy Lellou, Executive Director, Nature’s Voice Our Choice
A Carbon Footprint is not Enough
Session Title: 
Water Availability & Sustainability Planning for Future Demands
Presenter
Presentation 10
Frederick Bloetscher, Florida Atlantic University
How Water Treatment Drives Regional Power Demands And What Can Be Done About It
Presentation 27
Brandon Kernen, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
Assessing Water Use and Availability Trends in New Hampshire
Presentation 72
Karl Stickley, C.H Guernsey & Company
Water Supply Reservoir Viability and Water Conservation Study in Oklahoma
Presentation 109
Brian Starkebaum, Yuma Conservation District
Integrated Water and Energy Planning for Sustainable Rural Economies
Presentation 102
John Whitler, US EPA Office of Water
Improving Community Resilience through Water Preparedness
Presentation 132
Mark E. Nelson, Horsley Witten Group
GIS and Water Sustainability: A Taunton River Basin Case Study
Session Title: 
Water Quality Nutrient and other Nonpoint Source Impacts to Ground Water
Presenter
Presentation 57
Alfred Guiseppe, SSM Group, Inc
Protecting Pennsylvania’s Drinking Water through Computer Modeling and Geospatial Analysis
Presentation 81
Kelly Twomey, NSF Graduate Research Fellow
The Unintended Energy Impacts of Increased Nitrate Contamination from Biofuels Production
Presentation 83
Xiaobo Xue, University of Pittsburgh
Best Agricultural Management Practices (BMPs) for Biofuels Feedstock Production
Presentation 45
Judith M. Denver, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey
The Impact of Non-Point Source Contamination on the Surficial Aquifer of the Delmarva Peninsula
Presentation 173
Jim Taft, Association of State Drinking Water Administrators
Nutrient Problems in the U.S. Call for Urgent Action
Presentation 59
Fred Baldassare, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Applications in the Use of Isotope Geochemistry to Identify the Origin of Methane in the Environment
Session Title: 
Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production Supplying Water for Well Stimulation
Presenter
Presentation 4
John Veil, Argonne National Laboratory
Water Availability and Management in Shale Gas Operations
Presentation 89
Andrew Dehoff, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Mitigating for Energy-related Consumptive Water Use in the Susquehanna River Basin
Presentation 105
Frank Getchell, Leggette, Brashears & Graham, Inc.
Hydrogeologic and Water Resource Considerations Related to Natural Gas Production in the NYC Water Supply Watershed
Presentation 136
Austin Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon U.
Significance of Uncertainty in Water Resources Decisions for Western Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale
Presentation 172
Elise Barbot, U. of Pittsburgh
Evaluation of Abandonned Mine Drainage as a Water Supply for Hydraulic Fracturing in the Marcellus Shale
Presentation 127
Kenneth Nichols, CH2M HILL
Developing Sustainable New Water Supplies for Natural Gas Development
Session Title: 
Water and Geothermal Energy Ground Source Heat Pumps
Presenter
Presentation 156
Kevin McCray, NGWA
State Regulatory Oversight of Geothermal Heat Pump Installations: A National Survey
Presentation 139
Todd Giddings, Todd Giddings & Assoc.
Preventing Source Water Zone II Impacts on High-Capacity Well Fields from Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Presentation 32
Matthew J. Hammer, Sanborn, Head & Associates
Diversion of Existing Groundwater Infrastructure for Geothermal Heat Exchange
Presentation 54
Vicky L. Freedman, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Assessing Thermal Impacts of an Open-Loop Ground Source Heat Pump
Presentation 147
Albert A. Koenig, ARB / Geowell
Standing Column Wells at Villanova University
Presentation 80
Jacqueline Daoust, Daoust Consulting
Ground Source Heat Pump Monitoring to Ensure Source Water Protection,
Session Title: 
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session Managed Aquifer Recharge
Presenter
Presentation 85
Nathan Smith, CDM
A Collaborative Process to Identify the Most Feasible Aquifer Recharge Sites in Oklahoma -
Presentation 125
Barb Adkins, City of Portland, Oregon, Bureau of Environmental Services
Stormwater: Benefit or Detriment to Groundwater? -
Presentation 186
Edward W. Lavery, USEPA Region1
EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds: Stormwater Update
Presentation 187
Roy Simon, USEPA HQ
EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water: Stormwater Update
Presentation 43
Steven P. Roy, Geosyntec
Low Impact Development Stormwater Controls and Changing State and Federal Regulations
Presentation 140
John LaFave, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology
Incidental Recharge in Montana
Session Title: 
Data Needs for Resource Management: Current Application & Future Development
Presenter
Presentation
Stan Belieu, NOGCC
The RBDMS Oil and Gas National Data Portal
Presentation 58
Paul Jehn, GWPC
GWPC’s Risk Based Data Management System (RBDMS) Overview
Presentation 191
Amanda Trotter, New York DEP
Using RBDMS to Manage Oil and Gas Activities in New York and Display Data Using the RBDMS Wellbore Schematic Utility
Presentation 167
Gregg Miller, Ohio DNR
RBDMS Water a New Regulatory Tool Water Data Management
Presentation 71
Evan Kane, roundwater Planning Supervisor, NC epartment of Environment and Natural Resources
Use of Existing Public Databases to mprove Groundwater Monitoring
Presentation 144 Panel
Trang Le, USEPA -- QA/QC Tools and Reports
UIC National Database: Building Data Quality for More Effective Use:
Presentation 144 Panel
Beth Hall, USEPA
Use of Data to IdentifyIssues and target resolution.
Presentation 144 Panel
Kurt Hildebrandt, USEPA, R7
Experiences in Addressing program inconsistencies in QA/QC Sessions
Session Title: 
Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production: Protecting Ground Water During Well Stimulation
Presenter
Presentation 15
Tom Lewis III, Lewis Environmental Services, Inc.
Zero Discharge Recycling Process for Marcellus Shale Frac Water
Presentation 26
Donald J. Love, The Dow Chemical Company
Biocides 101: The Chemistry, Use, and Regulation of Biocides Used for Hydrocarbon Production
Presentation 41
John Lucey, HDR Engineering
Water Issues Related to Unconventional Oil and Gas Production
Presentation 162
Scott Kell, Consulting Geologist
State Investigations of Oilfield Ground Water Contamination Incidents and Their Role in Advancing Regulatory Reforms
Presentation 16
Tom Tomastik, Ohio DNR, Division of Mineral Resources Management
The "Bainbridge Natural Gas Incident" in Geauga County, Ohio: What Really Happened!
Presentation 51
Dan Arthur, All Consulting
The Comparative Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing and Underground Injection
Session Title: 
Water Utilities Improved Technology for Water/Energy Savings and Sustainability
Presenter
Presentation 141
Anna Zaklikowski, HDR Engineering
Micro-Hydro Energy Recovery Opportunities in Water Distribution Systems: Impacts of Seasonal and Diurnal Demand Variabilities on Estimating Payback
Presentation
James J. Rhoades, Jr., Alfred Benesch & Company
Sustainable Solutions and Cost-Saving Applications for Small Water Systems: Case Studies
Presentation 101
Christine Dejan, The Regional Municipality of Durham
Scheduling Pump Operation to Save Energy Cost
Presentation 120
Holly Johnson, N.A. Water Systems, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Company
Applying a Sustainability Metric to Today’s Standard Economic Analyses
Presentation 88
William V. Collentro, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Feed Water Reduction in Industrial Water Purification Systems
Presentation 145
Graham Symmonds, Global Water Resources
The Energy and Water Efficiency Benefits of Distributed Recycled Water Production Delivery
Session Title: 
CO2 Geosequestration Technical and Policy Considerations
Presenter
Presentation 74
Vincent Tidwell, Sandia National Laboratories
The Energy-Water Nexus and the Role of Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Presentation 150
Danylo Oryshchyn, DOE / NETL
Physico-Chemical Treatments for Flue-Gas Derived Water from Oxy-Fuel Power-Production with CO2-Capture
Presentation 60
Peter D. Warwick, USGS
U.S. Geological Survey National Geologic Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Assessment Project
Presentation 177
Bob Van Voorhees, The Carbon Sequestration Council, and Scott Anderson, Environmental Defense Fund
Proposed CO2 Rules and the National UIC Program: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective
Presentation 91
Andrea McNemar, Department of Energy / National Energy Technology Laboratory
Water and Carbon Storage Related Research at DOE/NETL
Presentation 2
Ryan J. Klapperich, Energy and Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota
Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership Water Working Group
Presentation 3
Christopher Harto, Argonne NL
Managing Water from CCS Programs
Session Title: 
Water Quality Underground Injection Practices and Ground Water Protection
Presenter
Presentation 23
Richard Brown, Subsurface Technology, Inc.
Underground Injection and Sequestration and Underground Sources of Drinking Water
Presentation 176
Y. Jeffrey Yang, USEPA ORD
ASR Application in Climate Change Adaptation: The Need, Issues and Research Focus
Presentation 126
Heidi Blischke, GSI Water Solutions Inc
Demonstrating Stormwater Infiltration is Protective of Groundwater Quality
Presentation 157
Anna Zaklikowski, HDR Engineering
Water Quality Considerations in Aquifer Storage & Recovery Systems: A Safe Drinking Water Act Perspective
Presentation 21
Katrina Williams, Trojan Technologies
Sustainable UV Disinfection Solutions for Large-Scale Municipal Applications
Presentation 174
Dr. Chester Miller, Retired DuPont
Need for Improvement in Methodology for Assessing Induced Seismicity Potential at an Injection Site
Session Title: 
Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production Managing Water After Well Stimulation
Presenter
Presentation 73
David H. Manz, Pure Filtered Water International Ltd.
Economic Treatment of Frac Flow-Back Water to Recyclable Condition Using Physical Chemical Processes
Presentation 165
Matthew Bruff, Altela, Inc. Denver Technology Center
An Integrated Water Treatment Solution for Sustainable Water Resource Management in the Marcellus Shale
Presentation 169
Andrew Stone, American Ground Water Trust
The Integrity of Ground Water Supplies in Areas of Oil and Gas Development
Presentation 119
Robert Waits, 212 Resources
Sustainable Natural Gas Development through Superior Water Management
Presentation 22
Matthew E Mantell, Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Deep Shale Natural Gas and Water Use, Part Two: Abundant, Affordable, and Still Water Efficient
Session Title: 
Water & Electric Power Generation
Presenter
Presentation 19
Anna Sommer, Sommer Energy
Water and Coal: A Case Study of Carbon Capture’s Influence on Water in Colorado River Basin
Presentation 133
James M. Oliver, Schlumberger
Beyond the Energy-Water Nexus – Developing Sustainable Water Supply Solutions for the Electric Power Industry
Presentation 97
Briana Niblick, University of Pittsburgh
Measuring the Sustainability of Wastewater Reuse in Power Plant Cooling Systems
Presentation 99 Cancellation
Christian Lastoskie, University of Michigan
Electric Utility Investment in Alternative Condenser Technologies: A Real Options Approach
Presenation 146
Deborah Elcock, Argonne National Laboratory
Water Vulnerabilities for Existing Coal-fired Power Plants
Presentation 108
Timothy H. Diehl, USGS
Improvements in Thermoelectric Power Plant Water-use Data Collection and Dissemination by Federal Agencies –
Session Title: 
Water & Power Utilities Saving Water/Energy Resources
Presenter
Presentation 96
Thomas Watts, Badger Meter, Inc.
Listening to Your System
Presentation 66
Reinhard Sturm, Water Systems Optimization, Inc.
The Link Between Water Loss & Energy Consumption: Southern California Edison’s Embedded Energy in Water Pilot Program
Presentation 153
David J. Reardon, HDR, Inc.
Recycling Conserves Water AND Energy
Presentation 171
Radisav D. Vidic, University of Pittsburgh
Easing the Water Constraints on Power Plant Cooling with Treated Municipal Wastewater: Insights from Pilot-scale Cooling Tower Tests
Presentation 182
Wendy Wilson, National Program Director, River Network
The Carbon Footprint of Water
Presentation 78
Steven Hall, AECOM
Chicago Pump Station Upgrades Expected to Achieve LEED Certification and Reduce Carbon Footprint
Session Title: 
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session: Water Resource Characterization and Assessment-Quality and Quanity
Presenter
Presentation 30
Stanley T. Paxton, USGS OK Water Science Center
Approach to Delineating and Assessing Saline Groundwater Resources in the Southern Mid-Continent and Adjacent Areas
Presentation 175
Evan Kane, NC Dept. of Environment & Natural Resources
The North Carolina Groundwater Resource Evaluation Program - A Decade of Characterization of Fractured Bedrock Aquifers of the Piedmont and Mountains
Presentation 185
Kevin Frederick, WY DEQ
Groundwater Classification Approaches: Importance and Applications