|Oct 10, 2012|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Clyde Fulton, Specialist, Water Treatment - Heavy Oil Technology Centre, Statoil Canada Ltd John Zhou, Executive Director, Environmental Management, Alberta Innovates - Energy and Environment Solutions (AI-EES) James Cleland, General Manager, GE Heavy Oil Solutions Bill Heins, General Manager, Thermal Products, GE Water & Process Technologies Bob Tippee, Editor, Oil & Gas Journal|
Join us for this LIVE panel discussion
from the GE Innovation Centre and Heavy Oil Centre of Excellence in Calgary.
While oil sands production continues to increase, many companies are finding ways to reduce water used in the recovery process. In fact in-situ projects recycle over 90% of the water used in their operations. Join a panel of GE and heavy oil industry experts as the topic of water sustainability in the heavy oil industry is discussed live from GE’s Calgary Innovation Centre. The current challenges facing the industry will be addressed and technologies that can be deployed to address water-specific initiatives will be highlighted.
|Clyde Fulton Specialist, Water Treatment - Heavy Oil Technology Centre Statoil Canada Ltd|
|John Zhou Executive Director, Environmental Management Alberta Innovates - Energy and Environment Solutions (AI-EES)|
|James Cleland General Manager GE Heavy Oil Solutions|
|Bill Heins General Manager, Thermal Products GE Water & Process Technologies|
|Bob Tippee Editor Oil & Gas Journal|
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