New event posted: Produced Water Management in Oil and Gas 2015

Jan. 21, 2015

DOHA, Qatar — The Produced Water Management in Oil and Gas 2015 will bring together managers, professionals and decision makers from the industry, as well as research institutions, academia and service providers, to share the latest developments in water management and reuse.

DOHA, Qatar — A new event has been posted to our Events' Calendar on WaterTechOnline.com — the Produced Water Management in Oil and Gas 2015 will take place April 13-15 in Doha.

The event will bring together managers, professionals and decision makers from the industry, as well as research institutions, academia and service providers, to share the latest developments in water management and reuse.

The Produced Water Management in Oil and Gas 2015 will discuss the innovations and best practices in addressing “chronic challenges” such as corrosion/scale control and well productivity, as well as the latest technologies and trends in converting saline and “sour-produced water” into valuable resources to supplement water supplies to support the rapidly growing economies and development activities in the region.

You can find this event, as well as other industry events on our calendar here.

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