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Produced Water Treatment and Reuse — A Global Perspective

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Course Credit: 0.1 CEU, 1 PDH

This Webinar will compare and contrast the different types of produced water and the different ways in which produced water is handled in various regions around the globe. The objective is to demonstrate how different factors, which vary from one region to another, such as hydrocarbon development, produced water type, regulations, water scarcity, and water volumes result in dramatically different strategies for disposing and/or reusing produced water.

Differences in produced water handling from one region to another are explained in both practical terms mentioned above, and in terms of the fundamental science and engineering of water treatment. Fundamental factors such as the chemistry of the oil and water, treatment chemistries, fluid mechanics of processing systems, particle size distributions, and different types of emulsions are brought to life. Real-world examples are laid out, and explained both in practical terms and in terms of the fundamentals. The material is presented from an independent, technology neutral view point. The Webinar will wrap up with a discussion of where the industry is likely to go in the next five or ten years in terms of reducing cost and water footprint.

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Course Chapters

  • 1Produced Water Treatment and Reuse — A Global Perspective - Chapter 1
    Media Type: Video

Credits

Earn credits by completing this course0.1 CEU credit1 PDH credit

Speakers

John Walsh