Interactive Workshop/Field Trip Focusing on Hydraulic Fracturing, Water Treatment, Chemical Flooding and Environmental Impact Issues in the Northern Appalachian Basin
Oil and gas production from shale formations in the United States has transformed the energy landscape and is providing significant benefits to U.S. public in the form of lower energy prices, jobs and energy security. Continued development of this important resource however relies on a clear picture of the environmental impact that drilling, completion and production creates and the need for efficiency of operations due to low product prices. This workshop and field trip, sponsored by RPSEA and the National Energy Technology Laboratory, present an opportunity for geologists, engineers and field operators in the Appalachian area to explore these issues and hear an update on new technology.
A courtesy room block is available for October 27 & 28 at the Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/ Southpointe - $139 standard room, $159 suite; ask for RPSEA Onshore Technology. reserve by October 2, 2015 for discount. 1-724-743-5000.