GWPC Proceeding: 
Session Title: 
Drinking Water Providers Coordinating with the Oil & Gas Industry
Chi Ho Sham
Hydraulic Fracturing Workshop Summary and Work Products - Chi Ho Sham, The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Ashwin Dhanasekar
Colorado Water Watch – Ashwin Dhanaseker, Colorado State University
Jill Cooper
The Oil & Natural Gas Industry Working to Enhance Water Management Technologies -Jill E. Cooper, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Session Title: 
Water Quality: Groundwater Protection
Glenn Brown
Quantifying the Potential Impact of Oil and Saltwater Spills to Oklahoma’s Water Resources, Glenn Brown and Nelly Ruiz, Oklahoma State University
Arthur Koepsell
Overview and Implementation of Groundwater Sampling Rules in the State of Colorado, Arthur Koepsell, CO OGCC
Session Title: 
Water Availability: Deep Groundwater & Aquifer Management
Jerrod Smith
Hydrogeology, Distribution, and Volume of Saline Groundwater in the Southern Midcontinent and Adjacent Areas of the US – Jerrod Smith, USGS
Session Title: 
Water & Energy: Unconventional Oil & Gas
Rock Vitale
Marcellus Shale Coalition, Dissolved Methane Method Study - Rock J. Vitale, Environmental Standards, Inc. and
Zacariah L. Hildenbrand
In situ methane detection: A new beacon for identifying contamination events andmonitoring groundwater quality in real-time - Zacariah L. Hildenbrand, Inform Environmental
Peter Gintautas
Investigation of Occurrences of tert-butyl alcohol in Raton Basin Groundwater - Peter Gintautas, Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Victor Heilweil
Stream Monitoring for Evaluating Groundwater Methane Associated with ShaleGas Development - Victor Heilweil, USGS
Kris Andersen
Spill Response in Ohio: Practical Guidance for Operators of Horizontal Oil and Gas Wells - Kris Andersen, ALL Consulting
William Rish
Health Risks from Drinking Water Impacted by a Flowback Water Spill in the Marcellus Shale Region - William Rish,
Ashwin Dhanasekar
Innovative Tools to Optimize Fluids Management in the Shale Gas Industry Ken Carlson, & Ashwin Dhanasekar, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University
David Yoxtheimer
Shale Energy Produced Fluids Management and UIC Well Disposal Trends - David Yoxtheimer, Penn State University
Session Title: 
Abandoned Oil and Gas Well Sites
Kim Collings
Kentucky Abandoned and Orphan Well Plugging Program – Kim Collings, Kentucky Division of Oil & Gas
Larry Bengal
Arkansas Abandoned and Orphan Well Plugging Program Larry Bengal, Arkansas Oil & Gas Com.
Patrick Shields
Kansas Abandoned and Orphan Well Plugging Program - Patrick Shields, Kansas Corporation Com.
Session Title: 
Analyzing Water & Chemical Use Data: Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Info
Kate Konschnik
Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals Reporting: Analysis of FracFocus 1.0 and 2.0 - Kate Konschnik, Harvard Law
Jill Dean
Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Data from the FracFocus Chemical Disclosure Registry 1.0 – Jill Dean, USEPA
Mike Nickolaus
Water Use by Sector: An Analysis of FracFocus and USGS Water Use Data – Mike Nickolaus, GWPC
Session Title: 
Water Quality: Source Water Protection for Domestic Wells
Steve Wilson
A Best Practices Manual for Outreach & Education to Private Well Owners Steve Wilson- State Water Survey, U. of Illinois
James W. Weaer
Environmental and Demographic Factors Affecting Domestic Well Usage in OK - James W. Weaver, USEPA
Steve Wilson
A National Program For Outreach & Education To Private Well Owners Steve Wilson- State Water Survey, University of Illinois
Wilson Mize
-Overview of North Carolina’s Private Drinking Water Well Program – Wilson Mize, NC DHHS-DPH -Local Health Department Challenges and Successes in the Private Drinking Water Well Program – Wilson Mize, NC DHHS-DPH
Session Title: 
Water Availability: Groundwater Management & Planning
Derek Smithee
Groundwater Management Decisions – Good Data leads to Good Decisions, Derek Smithee, OK Water Resources Board
Kate Zerrenner
Is Texas the Next Global Leader in Energy-Water Planning? Clean Technology and Data Hold the Answer - Kate Zerrenner, Environmental Defense Fund
Patrick J. Higgins
Aquifer Recovery in South Arkansas and North Louisiana through Public Policy, Science, Monitoring and Partnerships - Patrick J. Higgins, Burns & McDonnell Engineering
Fred Bloetscher
ASR Status in the United States, Fred Bloetscher, FL Atlantic U
Andra Wilcox
Stakeholder Engagement and Development of Water Management Strategies - Andra Wilcox – Environmentally Friendly Drilling Systems
Session Title: 
Competing Demands for Water Supply
Kevin McCray
America’s Dependence on Groundwater: Market Segment Trends in a Changing Marketplace - Kevin McCray NGWA
Dan Yates
Making Use of Groundwater as Part of an Alternative Water Supply Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change – Dan Yates, GWPC
James Roberts
Diminishing Water Re-sources: The Need for Inter-disciplinary Holistic Approaches to Groundwater Development and Management - James W. Roberts, Pro. Engineering Cons.
Session Title: 
Oil & Gas Environmental Information
Shirley Neff
The National Oil & Gas Gateway Shirley Neff, Energy Information Administration
Paul Jehn
WaterTracker: Tracking the use and disposal of water associated with oil and gas production, Paul Jehn GWPC
Paul Jehn
RBDMS Environmental Application for all water monitoring programs, Paul Jehn GWPC
Session Title: 
Water & Energy: Oil & Gas Produced Water Management
Tom Lewis
Innovative Process to Recycle Shale Gas Produced Water Utilizing By-Product Recovery Eliminating Disposal via Deep Well Injection, Tom Lewis, Lewis Environmental Services
John Veil
Produced Water Volumes and Management Practices - John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC.
Session Title: 
Groundwater Monitoring
Daryll Pope
Development and Implementation of the National GroundWater Monitoring Network Daryll Pope, USGS
Sandra Eberts
NAWQA groundwater monitoring effort, where state data could fit in. – Sandra Eberts, USGS
Session Title: 
Hydraulic Fracturing and Water
Jeff Frithsen
Assessment of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Gas on Drinking Water Resources in the United States –Jeff Frithsen, USEPA
Robert Puls
Water Use for High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing in Oklahoma, Robert W. Puls, Robert Puls Environmental Consulting, LLC
Joe Lee
High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing and Protection of Public Water Supply Sources - Joseph J. Lee, GWPC