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Upcoming Produced Water Treatment Challenges Related to Carbon Capture & Storage and Geothermal

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Course Credit: 0.15 CEU, 1.5 PDH

New CCS and geothermal projects will require novel produced water treatment technologies to process HP/HT saline produced water streams. These can contain components such as methane and CO2 in addition to the contaminants present in produced waters from oil and gas producing fields. Some of the existing produced water technologies are suitable and qualified for these applications, while in some areas the design envelope needs to be enlarged, or new technologies are needed. Various aspects around these topics will be discussed.

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Earn credits by completing this course0.15 CEU credit1.5 PDH credits

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Michael DunkelModeratorMr. Dunkel has 40 years’ experience in oil and gas, including 80% with producing companies and the balance with consulting companies. He has been focused on water management for unconventionals since 2011. Much of his recent work has been focused on advancing beneficial reuse for produced water for a variety of clients in multiple basins. He is author of GWPC’s module 2 report and reviewer of other two modules of their produced water report from 2019. Dunkel also was the project manager for OWRB multi-year produced water report on beneficial reuse. He was a major contributor to Zwitterco’s evaluation of beneficial reuse for the Permian. Dunkel was the architect of Pioneer Natural Resources water strategies (2011-2015) in his role as Director of Sustainable Development. He has made technical and business contributions to numerous individual water management projects for producers, financial firms and technology providers.
Steven TullochSpeakerSteven Tulloch is a Chartered Chemical Engineer with over thirty years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, primarily in the field of water treatment. During his professional career he has worked for several UK based oil and gas consultancies and for the last five years has been part of the Shell Global Solutions waterflood team in the Netherlands. He is currently the Shell SME for produced water.