2018 UIC Conference

2018 UIC Conference
February 11-14,2018
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Well Integrity Workshop

PDF icon Tom Tomastik
Tom Tomastik, ALL Consulting

Opening General Session

PDF icon Mike Paque
‘‘UIC Program History/GWREF Initiative’’ Mike Paque, Executive Director, GWPC

Produced Water

PDF icon Mark Hemingway
‘‘Practical Guidelines for Application of Natural Resource Valuation Concepts for Remediation of Produced Water Impacts on Groundwater’’ Mark Hemingway, GSI Environmental, Inc.
PDF icon Andra Wilcox
‘‘The Water Challenge Program Pilot --- Helping Companies Advance Water Management Strategies’’ Andra Wilcox, HARC - Environmentally Friendly Drilling (EFD) Program
PDF icon Dan Arthur
‘‘Permian & Anadarko Basin Produced Water Recycling: Keys to Success’’ Dan Arthur, ALL Consulting
PDF icon Rick McCurdy
‘‘From Produced Water to Fresh Water - Technologies & Challenges’’ Rick McCurdy, Chesapeake
PDF icon Michael Ford
‘‘If the Shoe Fits: Beneficial Produced Water Reuse Options in Oklahoma’’ Michael Ford, Bureau of Land Management
PDF icon Jill Cooper
‘‘Regulatory View of Produced Water: Increasing Optionality’’ Jill Cooper, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Class III UIC Forum & Discussion

PDF icon Tom Tomastik
‘‘Underground Storage of Natural Gas Liquids in Ohio’s Underground Salts’’ Tom Tomastik, All Consulting
PDF icon Robert Van Voorhees
‘‘Implementing Cooperative Federalism in the UIC Program’’ Robert Van Voorhees, Underground Injection Technology Counci

Class V UIC

PDF icon Lorrie Council
‘‘And Now for Something Completely Different: Unusual Class V Wells in Texas’’ Lorrie Council, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Class II & VI UIC Forum & Discussion

PDF icon Leslie Savage
‘‘Texas Aquifer Exemption Regulations’’ Leslie Savage, Texas Railroad Commission
PDF icon Robert Van Voorhees
‘‘Reinvigorating Geologic Sequestration’’ Robert Van Voorhees, Underground Injection Technology Council
PDF icon Thom Kerr & Paul Jehn
‘‘Status of the California RBDMS UIC Upgrade’’ Thom Kerr & Paul Jehn, GWPC

Aquifer Storage & Recovery

PDF icon Amanda Jones
‘‘An Aquifer Storage & Recovery System to Preserve and Rehabilitate Native Groundwater in Hastings, Nebraska’’ Amanda Jones, Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
PDF icon Guy W. Sewell
‘‘City of Ada LS-ASR Project’’ Dr. Guy W. Sewell, The Oka’ Institute
PDF icon Brian Meier
‘‘Current Aquifer Storage & Recovery Projects in Kansas’’ Brian Meier, Burns & McDonnell

General Session Emergency Response to Weather Related & Other Events

PDF icon Shellie Chard
‘‘From Waste to Resource: A Changing Role for Storm Water’’ Shellie Chard, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

Seismic Activity & Responses

PDF icon Jeremy Boak
‘‘Patterns of Induced Seismicity in Central and Northwest Oklahoma’’ Dr. Jeremy Boak, Oklahoma Geological Survey
PDF icon Mikel Diez
‘‘Induced Seismicity Management for Operators’’ Mikel Diez, Geostock
PDF icon Kyle Murray
‘‘Data Mining the Known Unknowns of Oklahoma’s Class II UIC Data to Improve Injection Induced Seismicity Studies’’ Dr. Kyle Murray, Oklahoma Geological Survey

Class I UIC Forum & Discussion

PDF icon Ken Cooper
‘‘How Several Common Factors Influence Injection Well Performance, Testing and Permitting: Density, Temperature, and Friction’’ Ken Cooper, Petrotek Engineering Corporation
PDF icon Monte Markley
‘‘Innovative Annulus Pressure Monitoring and Control Design for High Pressure Class I Wells with Depths in Excess of 10,000 Feet’’ Monte Markley, SCS Engineers
PDF icon Aaron Payne
‘‘The Calculation of Injection Effects to Establish the Area of Review (AOR) for Class I Injection Wells’’ Aaron Payne, Petrotek Engineering Corporation

General Session Slurry Injection

PDF icon Jonathan Bishop
‘‘Permitting and Approval of Slurry Injection’’ Jonathan Bishop, California State Water Resources Control Boards
PDF icon Omar Abou-Sayad
‘‘Slurry Injection Design & Monitoring for Waste Containment Assurance’’ Omar Abou-Sayad, Advantek