On October 8, 2013, HazMat Management magazine presents a half-day workshop, “Environmental Fracking Technology” at the BMO Institute for Learning in Toronto, Ontario.
For more information visit events.hazmatmag.com/environmental‐fracking‐technology/
Here is the workshop agenda:
7:30am ‐ 8:30am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30am – 9:10am
Scott Barker, TOTERRA Remediation Bill Slack, FRX
Hydraulic Fracturing 101
- Differentiation vs oil & gas fracking -‐ from chemistry, regulatory and scale perspectives.
- The Distribution Advantage: envirofracking as an enhancement/enabling technology for extraction systems and ISCO/ISCR.
- Application guide: when & where does it make sense to apply environmental fracturing?
9:10am – 9:40am
Jeff Bibbings, GroundTech Solutions
Complimentary Drilling Techniques
- Techniques & considerations for low permeability soils.
- Techniques & considerations for bedrock applications.
Gordon Bures, Frac Rite Environmental
Complimentary Validation/Mapping Techniques
- 3D Tiltmeter mapping of induced fractures for environmental remediation.
Leonard Chan, CCC Chemicals
Usage of Amendments in Conjunction with Fracturing Techniques
- An overview of amendments (chemical oxidants, chemical reductants, and biostimulants) that can be used in conjunction with fracturing techniques.
- Discussion to include basic remedial design concepts and theory regarding underlying mechanisms that govern the usage of the aforementioned amendments.
Bruce Tunnicliffe, Vertex Environmental
A Practitioner’s Perspective on the Application of Environmental Fracturing
- How environmental fracturing can be applied as an enhancing/enabling technology for:
- Recovery/treatment systems; and
- in situ chemical treatment.