WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • Major In Situ Oil Sands Producers
  • Independent In Situ Producers
  • Any Oil Sands Producers Using SAGD And Other Thermal Recovery Techniques
  • E&P Companies Looking To Invest In Oil Sands
  • Ministries & Departments Of Energy
  • Geological Institutes & Surveys
  • Environmental & Regulatory Authorities
  • Service & Technology Providers

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Heavy Oil
  • Oil Sands
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Thermal Heavy Oil
  • Operations
  • Hydrogeologist
  • Environmental
  • Processing
  • Facilities
  • Engineering
  • HSE
  • Water Treatment Technology
  • Water Management
  • Sustainability
  • Unconventional
  • Canadian Operations
  • Heavy Oil
  • Thermal Heavy Oil
  • Upstream
  • R&D
  • Technology
  • HSE & SR Manager
  • Manager Oil Sands Technology
  • Oil Sands OE
  • Oil Sands OPS
  • Planning & Development
  • Project Planning
  • Environmental Policy

Plus...


  • Water Treatment Technology Providers
  • Water Recycling Companies
  • Water Logistics & Pipeline Companies
  • Water Separation & Filtration
  • Wast Water Disposal Companies
  • EPCs (Engineering, Procurement & Construction)
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • SAGD Technology Suppliers
  • Solvent Producers
  • Chemical Suppliers
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities
  • Investment Firms

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

Treatment of Alberta's in situ oil sands-produced water is becoming increasingly challenging...

...because of the high scaling and fouling potential and increasing requirements from Directive 081. As a result, operators are innovating recovery technologies for water usage reduction and applying the very latest used water treatment techniques to reduce the percentage of water disposed of.

The In Situ Oil Sands Water Treatment & Re-Use Optimization Congress will bring together the water treatment, facility and process experts in the oil sands operating industry to share their best practices for optimizing water usage and reducing the percentage of water disposed.

  • REDUCING DISPOSAL: How operators are optimizing and reconfiguring SAGD plants to reduce water disposal percentage and meet Directive 81 requirements
  • BRACKISH WATER USE: Analyzing sourcing solutions and the implications of brackish water use in SAGD
  • WATER QUALITY - STEAM GENERATION: Examining the feasibility of increasing PPM silica in boiler feed to reduce softening requirements and OTSG operating costs
  • RECYCLING: Assessing the operating costs and effectiveness of the latest treatment technologies being used to recycle water for steam generation - membranes, evaporators, crystallization
  • BOILER OPTIMIZATION: Assessing how to safely reduce tube fouling and pigging frequency to maximize running time and avoid extensive down time costs
  • WATER SUPPLIES: Identifying brackish and non-oil and gas industry water sources for in situ production to reduce reliance on fresh sources
  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Examining techniques and initiatives for reducing GHG emissions and the overall environmental footprint of water management

The Oil Sands Water Management Series was the original event focused specifically on in-situ water use when it was first launched in 2011 and for the past 4 years, has addressed the ever-evolving issues and challenges facing in situ operators, helping to reduce costs and improve efficiencies in many Athasbasca oil sands operations.  

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