WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Senior Decision Makers From The Following Companies:


  • Oil Sands Producers
  • Major Oil & Gas Companies
  • Independent Oil & Gas Companies
  • E&P Companies Looking Towards Oil Sands For The Future
  • Ministries & Departments Of Energy
  • Geological Institutes & Surveys
  • Environmental & Regulatory Authorities
  • Service & Technology Providers

With the Following Job Titles:


CEOs, COOs Plus VPs, Directors, Managers of:

  • Facilities
  • HSE
  • Processing
  • Engineering
  • Environment
  • Water Treatment Technology
  • Water Management
  • Sustainability
  • Unconventional
  • Oil Sands
  • Canadian Operations
  • Heavy Oil
  • Thermal Heavy Oil
  • Upstream
  • Operations
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • R&D
  • Technology
  • Geoscience
  • Reservoir Engineering
  • HSE & SR Manager
  • Manager Oil Sands Technology
  • Oil Sands OE
  • Oil Sands OPS
  • Planning & Development
  • Project Planning
  • Environmental Policy
  • Hydrogeology
  • Geology

Plus:


  • Water Treatment Technology Providers
  • Water Recycling Companies
  • Water Logistics & Pipeline Companies
  • Water Separation & Filtration
  • Wast Water Disposal Companies
  • EPCs (Engineering, Procurement & Construction)
  • Oil Field Service Companies
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Law Firms
  • SAGD Technology Suppliers
  • Hydrogeological Surveying
  • Follow-Up Process Technologies (Electro-thermal & Radio-frequency)
  • Drilling Providers
  • Solvent Producers
  • Chemical Suppliers
  • CO2 Sequestration
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities
  • Investment Firms
  • Market & Economics Analysts

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RELATED EVENTS

O&G Series

Brand New Features For 2013 include:

  • Increased Number Of Practical Case Studies : In 2013 there will be more acute attention placed on real-life success stories from E&P companies with an increased focus on transferable learning points that can be taken away and applied
  • Brackish And Produced Water Breakdown : Presentations in 2013 will provide solutions to the distinct challenges of both brackish and produced water to enhance applicability in the field
  • Facility Design Focus : Increased attention will be paid to the design aspect of treatment facilities to enhance learning on how to optimize re-use systems
  • Regulatory Directives Update: The very latest ERCB directives and calculations on re-use and disposal will be delivered to develop a road map on how to comply  

Practical solutions will also be delivered from E&P companies on the following key learning areas:

  

  • EMULSION AND DE-OILING : Assessing the latest techniques for emulsion separation and de-oiling to increase bitumen recovery and mitigate plant damage
  • ACHIEVING ZERO-LIQUID DISCHARGE : Examining how an operator has maximized recycling to achieve zero-liquid discharge during the in situ process
  • INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION : Discussing how operators can minimize capital and operating costs by sharing assets and by collaborating on non-competitive technologies
  • DISPOSAL : Examining what to look for when identifying zones for drilling disposal wells to ensure high discharge capacity
  • SOURCING : Exploring the productivity of source water aquifers in the Athabasca region and identifying new and innovative water sources to acquire the water critical to steam generation in SAGD