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21st International Petroleum Environmental Conference
2014 IPEC Call for Papers / Abstracts
2014 IPEC Exhibitor Prospectus
2014 IPEC Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

October 14-16, 2014 * Houston, Texas, USA

Marriott West Chased Hotel, 2900 Briarpark Drive

  • 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
  • Click here for a SNAPSHOT of the 2013 Conference Presentations

IPEC HISTORICAL DATA

Conference Chairs:

Conference Contacts:

 Plenary Speakers confirmed to date:

  • Sara McMillen, Chevron Fellow; Consulting Environmental Scientist; Chevron Energy Technolgoy Company, Richmond, CA
  • Austin Holland, Seismologist, Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
  • Trudy Curtis, CEO, PPDM, Calgary Canada
  • Amanda Brock, CEO, Water Standard, Houston, Texas

Session Topics confirmed to date:

  • Fracking
  • Horizontal Drilling
  • Produced Water (2 sessions scheduled for this topic)
  • LNAPL

2014 SPEAKER INFORMATION:

2014 IPEC EXHIBITORS

2014 IPEC CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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.

Industry:  63.5%

Government Agencies:  17.9%

Academicians & Students:  18.6%

For more detailed information, click here

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! 

Contact us to be placed on the 21st IPEC email distribution list to receive information on:

Email:  cese@utulsa.edu

Length: 3 days

Register for this course:
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  Dates Location

October 14-16, 2014 Marriott Westchase Hotel, 713-978-7400, 2900 Briarpark Drive, Houston, TX
$895.00 ADVANCED EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT (available until June 30, 2014)
$995.00 EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT (available from 7/1/14 - 8/1/14)
$1195.00 Registration fee after Aug. 1, 2014
$895.00 GROUP DISCOUNT (available to 3 or more from same company)
$1495.00 On-site Registration Fee
Ticketed Events
Pre-Conference Workshop   Cost : $340.00    Date : 13 Oct 2014
Remediation and Restoration of Hydrocarbon and Brine Contaminated Soil Instructed by: Kerry Sublette, The University of Tulsa/Sublette Consulting, Inc. This pragmatic workshop teaches hydrocarbon and brine remediation in a way that is particularly relevant to technical personnel from oil companies, oil service companies, landmen, environmental attorneys, non-technical personnel supporting engineers and geologists, state and federal regulators/technicians, agricultural extension agents, and soil scientists. Participants learn how to design, plan, and implement full-scale soil remediation projects. No prior knowledge of microbiology or soil science is assumed.

 
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