DAY 2

GWPC Proceeding: 
Session Title: 
Aquifer Management & Underground Injection
Stan Belieu
Stan Belieu, Nebraska Oil & Gas/GWPC President
Micah McMillan
GAO Studies on Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: Key Environmental and Public Health Requirements and Risks - Liz Beardsley & Micah McMillan, Government Accounting Office (GAO)
Bill Bryson Bob VanVoorhees
Facts & History of the US UIC Program – Bill Bryson – Kansas Geological Survey, and Bob VanVoorhees, Underground Injection Technology Council
Session Title: 
Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Gregg Jones
Solving the Problem of Elevated Arsenic Concentrations in Water Recovered from ASR Systems – Results from Long Term Testing in Three ASR Wellfields in Florida - Gregg W. Jones, SW Florida Water Management District
June Mirecki
Water Quality Improvements During Aquifer Storage Recovery Cycle Testing at the Kissimmee River ASR Pilot Site, Okeechobee, FL - June E. Mirecki, US Army Corps of Engineers
Robert Verrastro
Petition for an Aquifer Exemption at the L-63N (Taylor Creek) ASR System Okeechobee County, Florida - Robert T. Verrastro, South Florida Water Management District
Christine Batchelder
Future Implications of Utilizing Dedicated Pumps for Groundwater Sampling - Christine Batchelder, Groundwater Essentials, & Craig Intelisano, Proactive, Bradenton, FL USA
Session Title: 
Assessing & Managing Risk of Induced Seismicity by Underground Injection
Austin Holland
Potential for Induced Seismicity within Oklahoma - Austin Holland, OK Geological Survey
Tom Tomastik
Preliminary Report on the Northstar #1 Class II Injection Well and the Seismic Events in the Youngstown, Ohio Area – Tom Tomastik, Ohio DNR
Robin McGuire
Induced Seismicity Potential and Energy Technologies - Robin K. McGuire, Lettis Consultants International, Inc.
Scott Ausbrooks
Disposal of Hydraulic Fracturing Flowback Fluid by Injection into Subsurface Aquifers Triggers Guy-Greenbrier Earthquake Swarm in Central Arkansas - Scott Ausbrooks, Arkansas Geological Survey
Grant Bromhal
Research in the Area of Induced Seismicity – Grant Bromhal, USDOE-NETL
Jeff Bull
Induced Seismicity and the Oil and Gas Industry Oil and Gas Industry - Induced Seismicity Subject Matter Expert Jeff Bull
Adel Younan
Technical Elements to Consider in a Risk Management Framework for Induced Seismicity - Adel Younan, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company
Tom Tomastik
Ohio's New Class II Regulations and Its Proactive Approach to Seismic Monitoring and Induced Seismicity – Tom Tomastik, Ohio DNR
Tom Bass
Tom Bass West Virginia DEP, Office of Oil & Gas
Stuart Ellsworth
Stuart M. Ellsworth, Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission
A White Paper Summarizing a Special Session on Induced Seismicity
This special technology transfer session for seismologists, regulators, and other stakeholders entitled “Assessing & Managing Risk of Induced Seismicity by Injection” was a part of the GWREF Spotlight Series.
Session Title: 
Desalination Concentrate & UIC and other Class I
Mark McNeal
The 14-Year Aquifer Exemption Experience for the City of West Palm Beach ASR Program - Mark B. McNeal, ASRus, LLC
Mark McNeal
Florida’s Diverse Use of Class I Injection Wells - Mark B. McNeal, ASRus, LLC
Hector Gonzalez
Workshop Summary for Desalination Concentrate Management Policy Analysis for the Arid West Project”; WateReuse and Water Research Foundations. - Hector Gonzalez, El Paso Water Utilities
Scott Manahan
Desalination Concentrate Disposal Using Injection Wells: Technical Challenges – Scott Manahan and Robert G. Maliva, Schlumberger Water Services
Joseph Haberfeld
Florida’s Class I Water Treatment Injection Wells - Joseph L. Haberfeld, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Susan Bodmann
Industrial Injection Well Disposal of Leachate from Ash Monofill, Class I, and Class III Landfills Lee/Hendry County, Felda, Florida, Solid Waste Disposal Facility -Susan Bodmann, MWH, and Ed Rectenwald, MWH
Kirk Martin
Apparent Upward Migration Determination: Multi-level Diagnostic Strategies That Can Save Your Deep Injection Well - Kirk Martin & Stewart Magenheimer CDM Smith
Harvey Youngquist & Bill Musselwhite Part 1
Applied Innovations / Solutions Based Approach to UIC Regulated Well Drilling – Harvey Youngquist, & Bill Musselwhite - Youngquist Brothers, Inc. Fort Myers, FL
Harvey Youngquist & Bill Musselwhite Part 2
Applied Innovations / Solutions Based Approach to UIC Regulated Well Drilling – Harvey Youngquist, & Bill Musselwhite - Youngquist Brothers, Inc. Fort Myers, FL
Harvey Youngquist & Bill Musselwhite Part 3
Applied Innovations / Solutions Based Approach to UIC Regulated Well Drilling – Harvey Youngquist, & Bill Musselwhite - Youngquist Brothers, Inc. Fort Myers, FL
Session Title: 
Oil & Gas and Groundwater Regulatory Issues Discussion
Ron Bergman
Ron Bergman, EPA Office of Ground Water & Drinking Water