Truth and Facts on Hydraulic Fracturing and Environmental Implications
This one day event conference in Houston offers a primer on many of the technical aspects of Hydraulic Fracturing from an Oil & Gas perspective. Speakers will present on topics ranging from the technical aspects of Hydraulic Fracturing to environmental evaluations to case studies.  Case studies will be presented that highlight the realities of Hydraulic Fracturing from all over the U.S. and help dispel the myths.  The conference features speakers from the Private Sector and Regulatory Agencies for the best insight on what is out there today.

Dr. Charles Kreitler of LBG-Guyton Associates
“Lessons Learned from the Barnett Shale Range Resources Litigation”
Reif Hedgcoxe and Troy W. Meinen of Environmental Resources Mgmt.
*Baseline Environmental Monitoring of Water  Resources
Lisa Molofsky of GSI Environmental Inc.
*Lines of Evidence Approach to the Evaluation of Stray Gas Incidents *New Geochemical Data
Leslie Savage – Railroad Commission of Texas
* Regulatory and Permitting Frame Work of Texas
Mike Watts – Director, Fracturing Stimulation Affairs, Halliburton
* Shale Development Overview

Additional Topics:

* Update on the Status of Hydraulic Fracturing Technology
*Geology of Barnett and Eagle-Ford Shale
* Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater Mgmt

Eligible for up to 8 PDH units

When: October 24, 2012 – 7:30 A.M. (Registration) to 5:00 P.M
Venue: J.W. Marriot
5150 Westheimer Road at Sage Houston, Texas 77056
Cost: $125- TAPG Members
$125- TAEP Members
$125 – HGS Members

$175 – Nonmembers
All On-site Registrations + $10


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