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Produced Water Management: A Legacy or an Opportunity for Sustainable Field Development

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Course Credit: 0.1 CEU, 1 PDH

Water is required for energy resource development; conversely, energy resources are essential for developing, processing, and distributing water resources. Fresh Water scarcity is a rapidly growing concern for the oil and gas industry. For example, Deep shale natural gas development is increasingly scrutinized due to relatively “large” volumes of water required to hydraulically fracture deep shale natural gas wells and subsequently handle and treat the flow backs. On the other hand and with maturing fields, produced water is continuously increasing to the point that in some fields it could reach 10-20 times more than the oil produced.
Presented by Dr. Zara Khatib.

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  • 1Produced Water Management: A Legacy or an Opportunity for Sustainable Field Development - Chapter 1
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Earn credits by completing this course0.1 CEU credit1 PDH credit

Speakers

Dr. Zara Khatib