Day 3

GWPC Proceeding: 
Session Title: 
Water Needs for Emerging Energy Technologies
Presentation 7
Tom Grabowski, Horizon Energy Group
Managing Renewable Energy Variability with Water
Presentation 110
May Wu, Argonne National Lab
Analysis of Biofuel Production Scenarios and Their Regional Water Quality Impact – at the Upper MS River Basin
Presentation 112
Jordan Macknick, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Water Use in Utility-Scale Solar Power Systems
Presentation 106
Mike Hightower, Sandia National Laboratorie
Algae as a Transportation Fuel: Research Direction and Initiatives –s
Presentation 20
Wei (Wendy) Zhou, Colorado School of Mines
GIS-Based Water Resource Geospatial Infrastructure for Oil Shale Development
Presentation 94
Earl D. Mattson, Idaho Nat. Lab
Potential Geochemical Releases to Groundwater from an In-situ Oil Shale Retort
Session Title: 
Energy for Water
Presentation 149
Fred Bloetscher, Florida Atlantic University
Evaluating Green Energy Options at Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Presentation 12
Heather Himmelberger, Environmental Finance Center New Mexico Tech
The Nexus of Asset Management and Energy Efficiency/Management
Presentation 37
Vanessa M. Leiby, The Cadmus Group, Inc
Energy Efficiency Best Practices for Drinking Water Utilities
Presentation 61
Jess Burgess, CEE Municipal Water-Wastewater Initiative
From Awareness to Implementation: How to Specify Energy Efficiency in Treatment Facility RFPs
Presentation 130
Jonathan Gledhill, Policy Navigation Group
Finding Funding for Energy Efficiency Improvements at Water Utilities
Presentation 84
Arvind Akela,CDM
Water Energy Relationship
Presentation 13
Amy Hardberger, The Environmental Defense Fund
The Energy-Water Nexus in Texas -
Presentation 70
Christian Murphy, AECOM
Sustainable Use of Hydropower in a Drinking Water System - Pittsfield, MA
Presentation 86
Michael R. Gabaldon, Director, Technical Resources, Bureau of Reclamation
Memorandum of Understanding for Hydropower
Presentation 6
Cat Shrier, Watercat Consulting, & Shahid Chaudhry, California Energy Commission
Counting What Counts: Energy Audits and Efficiency Programs for Water Utilities and End Uses
Presentation 148
Maura Browning, EPA, OGWDW
Making WaterSense – EPA Activities to Address the Energy/Water Nexus
Session Title: 
Water Utilities Saving water/Energy Resources
Presentation 65
Linda Reekie, Water Research Foundation
Research to Help Drinking Water Utilities Optimize Energy Use
Presentation 111
Stuart A. Smith, Smith-Comeskey Ground Water Science LLC
Sustainable Wells: Role of Well Rehabilitation and Maintenance in Conservation
Presentation 67
Laura Dufresne, The Cadmus Group, Inc
Energy Conservation Measures for Municipal Wastewater Treatment and Case Studies of Innovative Technologies and Practices
Presentation 79
J.P. Blackford, Environmental Services Engineer at the American Public Power Association
Water Efficiency at Public Power Utilities
Presentation 104
Andrew L. Casolini Dal Bo, Wendel Companies
Case Study of Energy Efficient, Sustainable Improvements and Technologies Implemented at Water Treatment Plants
Presentation 143
M. Jennison Kipp, University of Florida
Accounting for the Carbon Costs of Alternative Water Supplies in the Tampa Bay Region
Session Title: 
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability/Water Quality Session: Climate Change Adaptation
Presentation 98
Y. Jeffrey Yang, USEPA ORD
Assessing Water and Carbon Footprints for Green Water Resource Management
Presentation 103
John Whitler, Water Security Division U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
EPA's Climate Ready Water Utilities Activities -
Presentation 92
Andrew Wolfsberg, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Water Supply Reliability for Energy Development Demands: Adaptation for Potential Climate Change
Presentation 181
Susan S. Hutson, USGS and Eric J. Evenson, Water Census Coordinator, USGS
USGS National Water Census Groundwater Resources Program
Session Title: 
Produced Water and Power Plant Discharge Water for Reuse
Presentation 5
Zack Wasser, Purestream Technology
Water Disposal, Emissions and Renewable Energy in the Oilfield
Presentation 50
David Alleman, ALL Consulting
Considerations for Use of Produced Water at Coal-Fired Power Plants
Presentation 64
Allan R Sattler, Sandia National Lab.
Water Recovery, Recycling, Environmental Mitigation/Alternative Use of Brackish Coal Bed Methane Produced Water for Production and Well Completion Purposes
Presentation 77
Chad Knutson, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
Use of Produced Water from the Illinois Basin by Coal-Based Power Plants –
Presentation 129
James W. Castle, Clemson University
Pilot-Scale Constructed Wetland Systems for Treating Energy-Produced Waters
Session Title: 
Water Availability & Sustainability Allocation Implementation of Water Rights/Laws
Presentation 28
Francine Rochford, La Trobe University School of Law
Water Rights and Water Wrongs: Balancing the Interests of the Individual and the State in Water Allocation
Presentation 118
Courtney Licata, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C
Developing a Sustainable Water Supply Strategy for the City of Plantation, Florida -
Presentation 11
Sherry Stephens, High Plains Underground Water Conservation District
Managing Groundwater on the Texas High Plains: Is Local Government Control Effective in Managing Regional Groundwater Resources?
Presentation 63
Brandon Kernen, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
Groundwater Withdrawal and Regulations in the Eastern United States
Session Title: 
Water Quality Green Projects
Presentation 117
Matthew Vanaskie, CDM Water Resources
Beyond Clean Water: The Triple Bottom Line Benefits of Green Stormwater Infrastructure
Presentation 49
Matthew Condiotti, CDM
Application of the Energy Service Company Model to Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Philadelphia
Presentation 178
Chuck Job, USEPA
Recovery Act Financing for Ground Water Systems
Presentation 138
Mark E. Nelson, Horsley Witten Group
Revised Rhode Island Stormwater Manual Incorporates Ground Water Protection Practices
Session Title: 
Water and Unconventional Natural Gas Production: Regulatory / Policy Consideration and Initiatives
Presentation 151
Gary M. Hanson, Red River Watershed Management Institute Louisiana State University in Shreveport
Louisiana Haynesville Shale Model: Finding Success through Development of Flexible Institutions and Balanced Adaptive Water/Energy Management
Presentation 34
Jennifer Hoffman, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Natural Gas Development in the Susquehanna River Basin
Presentation 18
Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center Ground Water and Ecosystems Restoration
Hydraulic Fracturing and Drinking Water Resources – Robert Puls, USEPA
Presentation 107
Stan Belieu, NE Oil & Gas & GWPC VicePresident
The RBDMS National Oil and Gas Data Portal
Session Title: 
Ground Water Quality and Availability and Sustainability Regulatory / Policy Considerations and Initiatives
Presentation 36
Jill Nogi, and Mary Rose Bayer, US Environmental Protection Agency
Considerations for Implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program for Carbon Dioxide Geologic Sequestration (GS) Wells
Presentation 179
Patty Toccalino, USGS
Contaminants in Groundwater Sources Used for Public Supply
Presentation 62
Lorraine C. Backer, Team Lead and Senior Scientist, National Center for Environmental Health, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Unregulated Drinking Water Initiative for Environmental Surveillance and Public Health
Presentation 48
Daryll Pope, New Jersey Water Science Center, US Geological Survey
National Groundwater Monitoring Network- Pilot Studies
Presentation 180
Sujoy B. Roy, Tetra Tech
Evaluating Sustainability of Projected Water Demands under Future Climate Change Scenarios
Session Title: 
Moving Forward-Emerging Water, Energy, and Climate Change Adaptation Considerations
Perspective of Water, Energy, and Climate Change Presentation 113 Cancellation
Kristen Averyt – NOAA Western Water Assessmen
* Coal, Natural Gas, Climate & Water: Towards the Right Mix for Colorado
Presentation 170
J. Daniel Arthur, ALL Consulting
The Environmental Costs of Energy: A Discussion of the Trade-offs Involved in Energy Choices
Presentation 114
Valerie Strassberg, Nature’s Voice Our Choice, Water/Energy
Adding Water to the Energy and Economic Equation
Presentation 95
Mike Hightower, Sandia National Laboratory
Energy Security: Water, Land, and Climate Change Adaptation –
Policy Strategies for Going Forward Presentation 158
Craig Zamuda, Office of Climate Change Policy and Technology Office of Policy and International Affairs U.S. Department of Energy
US DOE Efforts to Broaden the Understanding of the Energy- Water-Climate Nexus
Presentation 189
Josh Johnson, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Water, Energy, Climate Change Legislation
Wrap-up: Water Energy and Climate change Adaptation Presentation 9
Dr. Carey King, University of Texas
Water-Energy Nexus: Strategic Thinking