Day 2

Session Title: 
Produced Water Handling
Robert Lee
Strategies for Produced Water Handling in New Mexico - Robert Lee, PRRC/New Mexico Tech
Robert Lee Paper
Strategies for Produced Water Handling in New Mexico - Robert Lee, PRRC/New Mexico Tech
Vipul Srivastava
An Integrated Treatment System of Bio-processing and Membrane Separation for Beneficial Use of Produced Water – Vipul Srivastava, Gas Technology Institute
John Boysen
The Freeze-Thaw/Evaporation (FTE) Process for the Commercial Treatment and Beneficial Use of Oil and Gas Produced Water - John Boysen, B.C. Technologies, Ltd
Robert Atlas
Purification of Brackish Water Using Electronic Water Purification –Robert Atlas, Sabrex of Texas, Inc.
Session Title: 
Coal Bed Methane Produced Water Handling
Deidre Boysen
Strategic Produced Water Management and Disposal Economics in the Rocky Mountain Region – Deidre Boysen, B.C. Technologies, Ltd.
Anthony Gorody
The Benefits of Using a Three-Tiered Systems Approach for Managing the Environmental Risk of CBM Operations: Risk Analysis, Environmental Management, and Quality Control - Anthony Gorody, Universal Geoscience Consulting, Inc.
Anthony Gorody Paper
The Benefits of Using a Three-Tiered Systems Approach for Managing the Environmental Risk of CBM Operations: Risk Analysis, Environmental Management, and Quality Control - Anthony Gorody, Universal Geoscience Consulting, Inc.
Russell Schucker
Fruitland Coal Bed Methane Seepage Modeling Study and Fruitland Coal Aquifer Recharge – Russell Schucker, Questa Engineering Corporation
John Veil
Management of Produced Water from Coal Bed Methane Wells: Discharge, Inject, or Reuse? – John Veil, Argonne National Laboratory
John Veil Paper
Management of Produced Water from Coal Bed Methane Wells: Discharge, Inject, or Reuse? – John Veil, Argonne National Laboratory
Dan Arthur
Preparation of Water Management Plans for the Development of Coal Bed Methane in the Powder River Basin – Dan Arthur, & John Seekins, ALL Consulting
Session Title: 
Beneficial Use of Produced Water-General
Lorri Jackson
Alternative Use of Produced Water in Aquaculture and Hydroponic Systems at Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3 – Lorri Jackson, Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing Center
Lorri Jackson Paper
Alternative Use of Produced Water in Aquaculture and Hydroponic Systems at Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3 – Lorri Jackson, Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing Center
William E. Fox
Produced Water: An Oasis for Arid and Semi-arid Rangeland Restoration –William E. Fox, & David Burnett, Texas Cooperative Extension
Dale Brost Paper
Water Quality Monitoring at the Kern River Field – Dale Brost, ChevronTexaco
Tobie Welgemoed
Capacitive Deionization Technology, A Cost Effective Solution for Brackish Ground Water Remediation – Tobie Welgemoed, Lee & Ro, Inc.
Paul Peacock
Beneficial Use of Produced Water in the Indian Basin Field: Eddy County, NM –Paul Peacock, Marathon Oil
Paul Peacock Paper
Beneficial Use of Produced Water in the Indian Basin Field: Eddy County, NM –Paul Peacock, Marathon Oil
Aaron DeJoia
Developing Sustainable Practices for CBM Produced Water Irrigation –Aaron DeJoia, Cascade Earth Sciences
Session Title: 
Beneficial Use of Produced Water from Coal Bed Methane Production
Jorg Drewes
Reuse of Produced Water Using Nano-filtration and Ultra-Low Pressure Reverse Osmosis to Meet Future Water Demands – Jorg Drewes, Environmental Science & Engineering Division
Matt Janowiak
Analyzing the Feasibility of Beneficial Uses for Produced Water Originating from Coal Bed Methane Wells – Matt Janowiak, BLM, Gary Gianniny, Ft. Lewis College, and Dan Arthur & Greg Casey, ALL Consulting
Philip Murphree
Utilization of Water Produced from Coal Bed Methane Operations at the North Antelope / Rochelle Complex Campbell County, Wyoming – Philip Murphree, Powder River Coal Company
Aaron DeJoia
Developing Sustainable Practices for CBM Produced Water Irrigation –Aaron DeJoia, Cascade Earth Sciences
Jason Patton
Using Geospatial techniques to develop best management practices and produced water beneficial use options relative to the development of coal bed methane – Jason Patton, ALL Consulting and Jim Halvorson, Montana Oil & Gas