2019.6 OFS – Water Lifecycle Webinar Registration
Upcoming Webinar

Permian Water Lifecycle Analysis:

Risks & Opportunities

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June 26, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM Central 
Oilfield water management is an increasingly critical aspect of oil and gas operations in the United States. The issue has become particularly acute in the Permian. Key factors, like drought, municipal non-potable sources, produced water volumes, seismicity, SWD capacity, larger frac jobs, and capital expense, to name a few, have drastically increased the emphasis on efficient water management. 
 
During this webinar, we will:
  • Examine the dynamic of produced water, frac water, and disposed/injected water for operations to provide an assessment of the water going in and out of the oil field
  • Overlay several known trends to identify opportunities for efficiency gains as well as the potential “cost crisis” for a better understanding of the economic impact of water management
  • Forecast the futures of these segments to quantify the risk associated with a growing Permian
  • Examine formation water chemistry trends and combine them with best practices for water treatment to impact operational efficiencies now and in the future

Speakers

Akash Sharma

Akash Sharma

Sr. Petroleum Engineering Analyst & Consultant

As a Sr. Petroleum Engineering Analyst & Consultant, Akash works on the DI Analytics and Market Intelligence teams providing Petroleum Engineering subject matter expertise for various product development and consulting efforts. His expertise lies in Unconventional Shale reservoirs with focus on Reservoir Engineering, Reserves Estimation, Production Analysis, Rate Transient Analysis, and Data driven modeling and analytics. Prior to joining DrillingInfo in 2016, he worked as a Researcher at the University of Houston working on developing workflows for improved EUR estimation using deterministic and probabilistic methodologies and providing valuable inputs to energy investment groups and technical advisory groups alike.
 
He has been published multiple times with SPE and AAPG in the past and presented at multiple industry and academic conferences. Akash holds a MS Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Houston and a BE in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India.

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