Please let Ginny Jahn, email@example.com, know if you would like to attend one or both of these workshops. If you plan on attending both, we will supply a boxed lunch. Participants are encouraged to bring and share their ideas about potential research needs. Space is limited!
Attendance is limited in order to encourage discussion and active participation.
Morning Workshop: Reducing Air Emissions
What research is needed to develop cost effective methods to reduce air emissions?
08:30 Registration and Welcome - Rich Haut, Houston Advanced Research Center
09:00 Research on Innovative Control Strategies - Kim Jones, Texas A&M University –
09:30 VOC Adsorption Technology Research - David Ramirez, Texas A&M University –
10:15 Air Modeling Research - Al Martinez, Texas A&M University – Kingsville
10:45 Air Monitoring Research - Susan Stuver, Texas Center of Applied Technologies
11:15 Open Discussion - Participants are encouraged to bring and share other potential
Afternoon Workshop: Restoring Well Sites
What research is needed to develop cost effective methods to restore ecosystems affected by energy production operations?
12:30 Registration and Welcome - Rich Haut, Houston Advanced Research Center
13:00 Restoration Materials, Methods, and Examples from Coastal Texas - Forrest Smith,
South Texas Natives Project‐CKWRI
13:30 The Need for Pad‐Site Restoration Research - Paula Maywald, Land Stewards
14:15 Restoration Research Strategies - Dave Wester, CKWRI
14:45 Pad Site Restoration Observations and Experiences - Terry Blankenship, Welder
15:15 Open Discussion - Participants are encouraged to bring and share other potential