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Produced Water Workshop

Designed for those who are interested in produced water treatment, management and handling

18th produced water workshop


9-10 June 2020, Aberdeen

Building on TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory’s successful Workshops relating to produced water management and oil-in-water measurement over the last 20 years, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory is now planning its 18th Produced Water Workshop to be held in Aberdeen on 9-10 June 2020.

The objective of the Workshop is for interested parties to find out and keep abreast of the latest technological and legislative developments, as well as current practices and trends in produced water management, and oil-in water measurement.

With a volatile oil price it is ever more important to manage produced water optimally to maximise oil production and keep costs under control.
This event is designed for those who are interested in produced water treatment, management and handling. We now invite regulators, offshore operators, service companies, technology and equipment suppliers as well as consultancy and R&D organisations to submit abstracts.

What are the abstract topics?

As a guide, abstracts are invited from the following topic areas:
▪ Regulatory requirements and updates
▪ Risk-based approach (RBA) - what is next?
▪ Field operational experiences
▪ New treatment technologies
▪ Chemical EORs and produced water handling
▪ Produced water re-injection (PWRI)
▪ Production chemicals and water quality
▪ Produced water handling on an unmanned installation
▪ Subsea separation
▪ Oil in produced water measurement
▪ Use of online oil-in-water analysers for reporting
▪ Oil sheen formation and mitigation

Areas other than those listed that are related to produced water shall also be considered.

interested in presenting?

If you are interested in presenting at this event, please submit a presentation title, author(s) details (if more than one author, please highlight the presenting author), and an abstract of around 150 to 200 words by 3 February 2020 for review.

Authors of accepted abstracts will be expected to attend the Workshop and deliver a presentation. However, registration fees for the presenting author will be waived.


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