Day 2

GWPC Proceeding: 
Session Title: 
Water for Energy
Presenter
Presentation 13
Tamim Younos, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Water Use Efficiency of Energy Production and Power Generation Technologies
Presentation 14
Daniel Levitt, LANL
Simulating the Impacts of Energy Production, Climate Variability, and Climate Change on Water Resources in the Upper Colorado River Basin with the WARMF Model
Presentation 15
Susan S. Hutson, USGS
Trends in Thermoelectric Power Water use in the United States
Presentation 16
Leslie Poch, Argonne, National Laboratory
An Analysis of the Effects of Drought Conditions on Electric Power Generation in the Western United States
Presentation 17
Ross M. Ostenberg, Petroleum and Petrochemicals Group at Guernsey
Optimization of Water Usage in Petroleum Refineries
Presentation 18
Katherine Young, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Quantifying Water Needs for Electricity Generation: Additional Sources of Consumption
Session Title: 
Water Availability & Sustainability
Presenter
Presentation 19
Joseph Gurrieri, USDA Forest Service
A Framework for Estimating the Water Needs for Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems on National Forest System Lands
Presentation 20
Bobbie Coughlin, ALL Consulting
Regional Water Assessment for the Powder River Basin
Presentation 21
Stephen Roy, NHDES
Development of a Statewide Water Level Monitoring Network for New Hampshire
Presentation 22
Brad L. Cross, LBG-Guyton Associates
Has the Rule of Capture Become an Endangered Species?
Presentation 23
Ben Knape, TCEQ
Texas Development of General Permit for Desalination Concentrate and Drinking Water Treatment Residual
Presentation 24
Ronald Beaulieu, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories
National Smart Water Grid
Session Title: 
Water Quality
Presenter
Presentation 25
Paul Krauth, Utah DWQ
How to Meet the 10 mg/l Nitrate MCL in Treated Effluent
Presentation 26
Ryan Rowland, USGS
Assessment of Potential Uranium Emissions from a Uranium Mill on Water, Sediments, and Plants Located near Ute Mountain Ute Reservation, Utah
Presentation 27
Judith L. Sims, Utah Water Research Lab.
On-Site Systems - a Sustainable Option for Wastewater Treatment
Presentation 28
Gregory Oberley, USEPA Region 8
Natural Gas Development Impacts to Shallow Aquifers – Is there a monitoring silver bullet
Presentation 29
Michael Luers, Snyderille Basin Water Reclamation District
Impact of EDCs on Trout in an Effluent Dominated Stream
Presentation 30
Brandon Kernen, NHDES
Development of BMPs for Rock Blasting Activities to Protect Water Resources
Session Title: 
Energy for Water
Presenter
Presentation 32
Cynthia Lane, American Water Works Association.
Coping With an Increase in Energy Usage at Drinking Water Facilities
Presentation 33
Shahid Chaudhry, California Energy Commission
Potential Impacts of Climate Change on California’s Water-Energy Relationship
Presentation 34
John Regnier, National Rural Water Association
Reducing Electric Power Consumption in Small Water Systems
Presentation 35
Cynthia Finley, National Association of Clean Water Agencies
Energy Demand and Associated Issues for Wastewater Utilities
Presentation 36
Richard Peralta. Utah State University
Minimizing Energy Cost Impact of Jordanian Water Allocation Policy
Presentation 37
Michael Webber, University of Texas
Summary Remarks
Session Title: 
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session
Presenter
Presentation 38
Robert Schreiber, CDM
Walk Before You Run – Piloting and Partnering Toward a National Groundwater Monitoring Network
Presentation 39
Chi Ho Sham, The Cadmus Group, Inc
Source water protection and climate change mitigation: An ecosystem services view
Session Title: 
National UIC Database
Presenter
Presentation 40
Kurt Hildebrandt, EPA Region 7
EPA Co-chair, DMSC DI: Class 5 program experience
Presentation 40
Jim Halvorson, Montana Oil and Gas Commission
Class 2 Program Experience (using RBDMS)
Presentation 40
Kevin Frederick, Wyoming DEQ
Class 1, 3, 5 Experience
Presentation 40
Carl Reeverts, EPA OGWDW
Opportunities to build end to end E-capability through sharing tools, data, and experiences
Presentation 40
Kurt Hildebrandt, EPA Region 7
Functions and projects of the EPA/State UIC Data Management Steering Committee – Opportunities to steer the UIC data base in the future
Session Title: 
Water Needs for Unconventional Oil & Gas
Presenter
Presentation 42
Glenn Vawter, National Oil Shale Associa
Water Needs and Issues for Oil Shale in the Western United States - tion
Presentation 43
Earl D. Mattson, Idaho National Laboratory
System Dynamics Model of Water Consumption for Oil Shale Development
Presentation 44
Matt Mantell, Chesapeake Energy
Chemical and Biological Treatment of Produced
Presentation 45
Liang Li, University of Utah
Chemical and biological treatment of produced water for sustainable operation of oil shales and similar operations
Presentation 46
David Alleman, ALL Consulting
Model Shale Gas Development in the United States: Water Issues
Session Title: 
Green Building and Green Cities
Presenter
Presentation 47
Jeff Moeller, Water Environment Research Foundation
Baltimore Charter for Sustainable Water Systems
Presentation 48
Patrick Lucey, Aqua-tex,
Integrated Resource Management: Dockside Green, Victoria
Presentation 49
Robert Goo, U.S. EPA
The Energy Related Promise of Integrated Watershed Management, Green Infrastructure / Low Impact Development (LID) and Sustainable Design Water Resource Designs
Presentation 50
Mary Ann Dickinson, Alliance for Water Efficiency
Water Efficiency: How to Make Green Building More Blue
Presentation 51
Margo Farnsworth, Cumberland River Compact
The Bottom Line of Blue is Black - A Southeastern Case Study on Making Sustainable Building Pay
Session Title: 
Water Availability & Sustainability Water Rights, Laws, and Policy:
Presenter
Presentation 52
Tom Cech, Central Colorado Water Conservancy District
Groundwater & Surface Water Conflicts in Colorado – An Alarming Trend
Presentation 53
Tom Tomastik, Ohio DNR
Groundwater Investigation of Potential Quarry Dewatering and Depressurization Impacts on Kelleys Island, Erie County, Ohio –
Presentation 54
Robert Mace, Texas Water Development Board
Groundwater Availability: Texas Style
Presentation 55
David Barfield, Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Resources.
Balancing the Books: Kansas’ Water Past, Present, and Future
Session Title: 
Water Quality Ground Water Quality and CO2 Geosequestration:
Presenter
Presentation 56
Andrea McNemar, DOE Office of Fossil Energy
Carbon Sequestration and Water: A Department of Energy Perspective
Presentation 57
Liange Zheng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Evaluation of Groundwater Quality Changes in Response to CO2 Leakage from Deep Geological Storage
Presentation 58
D.L. Marrin, Water Sciences & Insights
Possible Impacts of Carbon Sequestration and Storage Enhancement Techniques on Ground Water Resources
Presentation 59
Quanlin Zhou, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Basin-Scale Hydrological Impact of Geologic Carbon Sequestration in the Illinois Basin: A Full-Scale Deployment Scenario
Presentation 60
Bruce Kobelski, EPA
Update on EPA Rulemaking for Geologic Sequestration Wells: EPA Seeks Comments on New Information about Geologic Sequestration CO2
Session Title: 
Water & Power Generation
Presenter
Presentation 61
Jared Ciferno, DOE-NETL
Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, Energy-Water Research and Development Program
Presentation 62
Seyed A. Dastgheib, University of Illinois
Produced Water Resources in the Illinois Basin as a Supplemental Source of Water for Coal-Based Power Plants
Presentation 63
John Morris, Fluid Market Strategies
Water Conservation through Demand Side Management, lessons from the electric utilities
Presentation 64
Wayne A. Surdoval, National Energy Tech. Lab.
Fuel Cells: New Ideas for Carbon Capture and Water Conservation
Presentation 65
Paul Schorr, NJ DEP
Water Supply & Power Generation in NE New Jersey: Year 2001 Combined Cycle Turbine Power vs. Pumped Water Storage
Presentation 66
Erik P. Shuster, DOE NETL
Water Requirements for Fossil-Based Electricity Plants with and without Carbon Capture
Session Title: 
Water Needs for Wind, Hydro, Solar, and Nuclear
Presenter
Presentation 67
G. L. Toole, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Windpower-Water Equivalency for the Western US Region
Presentation 68
Karl Wirkus, Bureau of Reclamation
Hydro and Wind Generation - Integration Challenges and Opportunities
Presentation 69
William Skaff, Nuclear Energy Institute
Water Use, Electric Power, and Nuclear Energy: A Holistic Approach to Environmental Stewardship
Presentation 70
Mark Lausten, SENTHCH, Inc
Concentrating Solar Power Water Needs and the Impacts of Alternative Cooling Methods
Presentation 71
Abby Schneider, Association of California Water Agencies
Opportunities to Reduce Energy Consumption and Save Water in California
Session Title: 
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session Supplemental Water Supplies:
Presenter
Presentation 72
Floyd L. Marsh, LAN, Inc
Challenges of Implementing Municipal Reclamation and Recharge Projects in Arizona: Reuse It our Lose It
Presentation 73
Tim Parker, Parker Groundwater
Opportunities & Challenges for Supplementing Water Supplies in California – a Local Approach
Presentation 74
Rodney Ruskin,Geoflow, Inc.
Dispersal or Reuse
Presentation 75
David Alleman, ALL Consulting
Non-Traditional Sources of Water for CoalFired Power Plants
Session Title: 
Hydraulic Fracturing and CO2 Geosequestration Needs Assessment
Presenter
Presentation
Mark Layne Hydraulic Fracturing
Mark Layne Hydraulic Fracturing
Presentation
Mark Layne CO2
Mark Layne CO2