Exploration and Development in the Mississippian System | June 12, 2013(continued)
Engineering Aspects of the Mid-Continent Carbonate Reservoir Developments: Focus on Mississippian & Arbuckle | June 13, 2013(continued)
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Because of new technology and the high cost of disposal of produced saltwater, and the even high cost of disposing of flowback from stimulation (usually hydraulic fracturing), but also acidizing and other treatments, treating and purifying produced water to the point that it is useable in EOR and in hydraulic fracturing is an attractive option, particularly if hauling costs are not too high, and also the quality can be assured. Some innovative money-saving and highly effective new technologies are discussed in an e-Symposium, Successful Oilfield Water Management: Case Studies and New Directions, by Brent Halldorson of Fountain Quail in an e-symposium to take place on April 16 at 2 pm. For information, please click the link.(continued)