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20th International Petroleum Environmental Conference
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November 12-14, 2013 * San Antonio, Texas

Hyatt Regency Hotel * 123 Losoya Street, San Antonio, Texas, USA; 210-222-1234   

HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS:  Click here to make your online hotel reservations at the conference hotel before October 12th.  Reservations can also be made by calling 1-888-421-1442 (inside the US).  Identify yourself as being with the 20th Annual International Petroleum Environmental Conference.  If outside the US, call 1-402-592-6464.  IF rooms are unavailable in our block, following is a list of hotels within .5 miles from the conference hotel on the Riverwalk:

  • Courtyard Marriott (207 N. St. Mary's Street) - .2 miles away from conference hotel
  • Riverwalk Plaza Suite (100 Villita Street) - .3 miles away from conference hotel
  • Hampton Inn (414 Bowie Street) - .3 miles away from conference hotel
  • Embassy Suites (125 East Houston Street) - .4 miles away from conference hotel
  • Days Inn (902 East Houston Street - .3 miles away from conference hotel
  • Travelodge (405 Broadway) - .4 miles away from conference hotel
  • Best Western (1103 East Commerce) - .5 miles away from conference hotel

Conference Features:

  • Brings together professionals from industry, academia, and government agencies who seek solutions to environmental problems of a technical, legal, and regulatory nature.
  • Plenary lectures by leading experts exploring timely petroleum environmental solutions to problems
  • Technical Sessions
  • Poster Session and Exhibits

Conference Chairs:

PLENARY SESSION:

  • "Hydraulic Fracturing and Sustainable Development Initiatives" - Michael Dunkel, Director-Sustainable Development - Pioneer Natural Resources, Irving, Texas
  • "Successful Oilfield Water Management" - Brent Halldorson, Chief Operating Officer, Aqua-Pure/Fountain Quail Water Management, Roanoke, Texas
  • "Developing Ecological Offsets for U.S. Shale Plays:  Five Years of Learnings" - Russell F. Krauss, VP Marketing & Analysis, Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC, Houston, Texas
  • "EPA's Study of the Potential Impacts for Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources" - Jeanne Briskin, Hydraulic Fracturing Research Coordinator Office of Science Policy, Office of Research and Development, US Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC

Click here for Conference Agenda

Technical Sessions (to-date): 

  • "Open Discussion on Produced Water and Other Water Topics" - Organized by, J. Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD
  • "Horizontal Remediation Wells for Advanced Petroleum Clean Up" - Organized by M. Sequino & K. Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT
  • "Fracking and Environmental Concerns - Update" -  Organized by J. B. Fisher, Lithochimeia, Inc., Tulsa, OK
  • "Produced Water Treatment & Management Strategies" - Organized by J. Boysen and D. Boysen, BC Technologies, Ltd., Laramie, WY
  • "In Situ Chemical Oxidation" - Organized by W. Lundy, DeepEarth Technologies, Inc., Alsip, IL
  • "LNAPL Transmissivity, A Maturing Metric to Manage LNAPL Remediation" - Organized by J.M. Hawthorne, H2A Environmental, Ltd., Keller, TX
  • "Using Environmental Diagnostic Tools at Your Site" - Organized by B. Mueller, NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection, Trenton, NJ
  • "Bioremediation of Hydrocarbons and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons"
  • "Legal and Regulatory Issues"
  • "Remediation of Hydrocarbon Spills"
  • "Hydraulic Fracturing and Management of Flowback Water"
  • "Environmental Management, Compliance and Auditing"
  • "Waste Management and Pollution Prevention"

CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE AGENDA

Exhibitors & Corporate Sponsors (to-date):

Luncheon Speaker:"The Top 10 Reasons I Never Quite the Oil Patch...Reflections of 4 Decades of BBQ in the Oil & Gas Industry"
 - P. Spurlin, President/Geologist, BEACON Environmental Assistance Corporation, Edmond, OK

Conference Contacts:

Organizational Co-Sponsors:

  • Arkansas Oil & Gas Commission
  • Center for Hazardous Substance Research at Kansas State University
  • Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC)
  • New Mexico Oil & Gas Association
  • Oklahoma Corporation Commission
  • Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB)
  • Petroleum Technology Transfer Council (PTTC)
  • South Texas Geological Society (STGS)
Audience:
Professionals who are involved in developing and implementing new technology to address and resolve environmental problems in exploration, production, refining, as well as health safety.
Objectives:
The formal program and information discussions with your colleagues during this conference combine to give you the kind of up-to-date information you have come to expect from a majore conference.
Comments:

This conference has been rated "EXCELLENT" and "GOOD" by 97% of the participants! 

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Email:  cese@utulsa.edu

 

Length: 3 days

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