The Future of Water in Unconventionals
Planning for the current and future costs of water management in developing unconventional resources
Soaring water handling costs are profoundly impacting unconventional oil and gas operators. This ground-breaking study will arm participants with data and analysis to benchmark costs, plan future budgets, make treatment and disposal decisions and anticipate regulatory changes.
You are invited to participate in our important and timely multi-client study, The Future of Water in Unconventionals.
Making a choice between treating or disposing of flow-back water, including how to treat the water, is affected by drivers that will change over the next several years. Additionally, public preferences around water withdrawals, treatment and disposal are ever-changing and often costly. In fact, water transportation and disposal costs have been blamed for a 49% increase in production expenses per barrel sold by Northern Oil & Gas, Inc. (quarter on quarter, from 2011 to 2012).
Through engagement with industry stakeholders and analysis of quantitative oil and gas price forecast data, technology costs, regulatory change and public sentiment, this study will enable you to collect and analyze information, benchmark costs and make better-informed, near and long-term decisions about water management in unconventional operations.
Who uses the sevices? How? Oil & gas operators and EPC firms: strategic planners, sustainability managers, senior engineers, procurement managers Develop water management strategies and benchmark water-related costs and opportunities across plays. Chemical or technology companies: strategic planners, marketing managers, product managers Size the market and develop strategies for present and future opportunities in the unconventional oil and gas industry. Trucking companies Anticipate demand and plan strategies for new business opportunities.
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