6th Global Produced Water Interactive Technology Workshop to take place in Dubai
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, August 23 - 2012 at 15:56
- PRESS RELEASE
The 6th Global Produced Water Management Workshop hosted by the Executive Steering Committee looks into tackling surface and sub-surface issues resulting from Produced Water.
Increasing water production is a major challenge for oil and gas operators worldwide, in fact it is currently more than three times larger than the oil production itself.
With global average water cuts of 75% and rapidly increasing, the performance of produced water treatment systems is often critical for oil production. Reliable measurements of produced water are important for monitoring the water treatment process and towards protecting our environment from saline produced water discharge impacts. Although a number of instruments have been designed, problems continue to persist.
The Executive Steering Committee is headed by Ali N. Salhi, Committee Chairman, Government of Kirkuk, Iraq and includes senior industry experts from IOCs and NOCs from across the world. Some of the core committee members include: Sultan Al Hajji, Vice President, Total, Abdullah Dhafeeri, E & P Specialist, Khafji Joint Operations, Arnout Roos, Regional Manager, Ascom BV, Faisal Al Jenaibi, Senior Advisor - Reservoir Engineering, ADNOC, Dr. Khalil Sharara, Area Manager - Middle East, FMC Technologies, Felix Joller, International Sales Manager, Sigrist - Photometer AG.
Abdullah Dhafeeri, E & P Specialist from Khafji Joint Operations and the Produced Water Community President, will conduct the Master Class on Water Shut Off Technique towards reduction of water cut by 95% and on Optimizing Water Conformance Technology for efficient treatment systems.
The 6th Global Produced Water Management Workshop is hosted from 15-17 October in Dubai, UAE.
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