The Canadian Institute’s Process-Affected Water Management Strategies

Venue: Carriage House Inn

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Mar 16, 2010 End Date/Time: Mar 17, 2010
Early Registration Date: Feb 16, 2010
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Water, once seen as a simple byproduct of oil, gas and mining operations, has quickly become an important commodity for industry. Intense public scrutiny coupled with concentrated efforts to balance development with environmental concerns have lead to strict regulations on fresh and brackish water use in oil and gas operations.

As these regulations continue to evolve and come into practice, are you adequately prepared to manage your water use?

The Canadian Institute’s Process-Affected Water Management Strategies conference promises to deliver the essential information on effective and
economic practices and technologies to treat, store and transport processed water. Attend this conference and learn how to reduce your energy inputs and water consumption in ongoing and future projects.

Get the latest information on key issues affecting processed water, including:

Investigating the implications of new regulations to be enforced for fresh, saline and recycled water use
Integrating watershed and land-use planning to secure sustainable growth
Utilizing ultrafiltration to treat process-affected water
In-depth look at utilizing membrane technologies in an industrial wastewater project
Examining the effects of constant reuse of processed water
Exploring advances in technologies to treat flowback water for reuse