Venue: Le Meridien

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Event Date/Time: Feb 28, 2012 End Date/Time: Feb 29, 2012
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Throughout the whole lifetime of your field, your water-cuts can increase to up to 98% water. Your water production needs to be designed to receive continuously increasing quantities of water as oil production continues for compliance and productivity. Produced Water Management Asia 2012 presents the highest level of thought leadership opportunities, reaching the produced water community in Asia Pacific as content is featured in both online and below the line channels.

Handling large amount of water is expensive, especially the cost of bringing it to the surface. As much as $1 trillion dollars of this total will be spent on maintaining production, and much of that will be to handle the industry’s largest byproduct, brine water. Learn how to ensure reliability and cost effectiveness of your produced water management system and equip yourself with actionable insights into the technologies you need from regulators, operators and technology companies balanced perspectives.

This conference is the most informed meeting place for production, operations, HSE and facilities experts implementing the use, treatment and disposal of produced water and technologies. It gathers the pioneers and experts of de-oiling technology experience in designing, manufacturing and implementing produced water treatment systems to address your specific reservoir challenge on rising water production.

The 2012 meeting offers unparalleled opportunities to build and broker relationships since we count on an attendee list that reads like an industry who’s who. We guarantee plenty of energy-filled interaction with global opinion Leaders. Special panel discussions on new challenges in handling produced water and alternatives for disposal have been designed for your delight.


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