Day 4 Wednesday, September 28th
Joint Water Availability & Sustainability and Water Quality Divisions Session
- No presentations given.
Continuation...Natural Gas Development Seminar: Groundwater Protection and Hydraulic Fracturing con't.
Overview of Geology, Depositional Environments, Thickness, Areas of Gas Production - Joe Lee, PA DEP
Introductory Description of Hydraulic Fracturing - Matthew Mantell, Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Water Used for Hydraulic Fracturing: Amounts, Sources, Reuse, & Disposal – David Alleman, ALL Consulting
Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources in Ohio: How to Protect the Groundwater through Proper Well Construction and Cementing Practices - Tom Tomastik, Ohio Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management
Ground Water Baseline Testing for New Oil and Gas Activities – Why? What’s Important? How to do? - Ed Steele, Swift Worldwide Services
Development of “Greener” Alternatives - Greg Bradley, Dow Microbial Control
Disposal Options for Flow Back Water Overview of Shale Gas Produced Water Recovery and Recycling Technologies Options: Implementation, Effectiveness and Economic Lessons Learned - Tom Lewis, Lewis Environmental Services, Inc.
Geochemistry of Natural Gases in Quaternary through Devonian Age Strata in the Northern Appalachian Basin: Implications for Investigations of Stray Gas Migration - Fred Baldassare, ECHELON Applied Geoscience Consulting
State Oil and Gas Agency Groundwater Investigations and Their Role in Advancing Regulatory Reforms - Scott Kell, Consulting Geologist