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The Shale Exchange Conference Proceedings

 
2016

Below are the presentations GTI received permission, by the authors, to make available to the public. These presentations can be viewed but no part of them can be duplicated for personal or professional use without express written consent of the presentation's author. These were presented at the Shale Exchange Conference on October 5-6, 2016 in Pittsburgh, PA.

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  • Pat Findle, Gas Technology Institute
    The Shale Exchange Conference 2016 Introduction
  • Zack Arnold, Northeast Natural Energy
    Shale Gas Challenges for Sustainable Development: The Quest for Efficiency
  • Paul Doucette, International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Oil and Gas Technology Collaborative Program
    Gas and Oil Technology Collaboration Programme: Global Dialogue
  • Holger Cremer, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO
    M4ShaleGas – Measuring, Monitoring, Mitigating, and Managing the Environmental Impact of Shale Gas
  • Paula Costa, National Laboratory of Energy and Geology (LNEG) and M4ShaleGas Consortium
    Emissions to air and CO2 footprint related to shale gas operations
  • Dr. Monika Konieczyńska, Polish Geological Institute – National Research Institute
    Groundwater and Wastewater Management in Shale Gas Operations
  • Jan ter Heege, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and M4ShaleGas Consortium
    Characterization, Aanalysis of Prospectivity and Assessment of Subsurface Risks for European Shales
  • Tim Carr, West Virginia University
    Marcellus Shale Energy and Environment Laboratory (MSEEL)
  • Jordan Ciezobka, Gas Technology Institute
    Hydraulic Fracturing Test Site (HFTS)
  • Chuck Whisman, CH2M
    International Shale Development Challenges & Opportunities: Mexico & Argentina
  • Jan ter Heege, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and M4ShaleGas Consortium
    Recent Shale Developments in the Netherlands: Public perception of unsure potential
  • Ole Stig Jacobsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
    Exploration for shale gas in Denmark
  • Kexin Liu, Gas Technology Institute
    Overview of Shale Gas Market Development in China
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    2015

    Below are the presentations GTI received permission, by the authors, to make available to the public. These presentations can be viewed but no part of them can be duplicated for personal or professional use without express written consent of the presentation's author. These were presented at the Shale Exchange Workshop on October 20-22, 2015 in Pittsburgh, PA.

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  • Pat Findle, Gas Technology Institute
    Shale Exchange 2015 Introduction
  • Grace M. Bochenek, Ph.D., National Energy Technology Laboratory
    A Generational Opportunity
  • Andy Bunger, University of Pittsburgh
    Improving Multistage Stimulation of Horizontal Wells
  • Radisav Vidic, University of Pittsburgh
    Environmental Concerns with NORM Generated by Shale Gas Extraction – Management Strategies and Health Risks
  • Stephen Hughes, Tetra Tech
    Life Cycle Management of Wastes: Treatment & Disposal Issues & Solutions
  • Ed Pfau, Hull Inc.
    A Review of EPA’S External Review Draft Report on the Impact of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources
  • Dale Skoff, Tetra Tech
    Potential for Induced Seismicity From Injection Well Operations and Managing Related Risks
  • Michelle McGregor, The Nature Conservancy
    EnSitu: Appalachian Shale Infrastructure Siting Tool for Reducing Surface Impacts
  • William Buckley, haynesboone
    Mexico's Energy Reforms and Shale: when, challenges?
  • Richard Longstaff, Deloitte Consulting LLP
    Gas Market Dynamics: Is International Shale Gas the Answer?
  • Yvonne Schavemaker, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO
    Shale Gas Development in Europe
  • Chuck Whisman, CH2M
    International Shale Development Challenges & Opportunities: Argentina
  • Morgan Abele, PULS, Inc.
    Fugitive Methane Emission: Air Emissions Issues & Solutions
  • Jordan Ciezobka, Gas Technology Institute
    Hydraulic Fracturing Optimization
  • Scott Roberts, SunStorm, LLC
    Regulatory View: U.S. Shale Development Status and Challenges
  • Joshua Soloway, Rainmaker
    Canada Shale: Challenges & Opportunities
  • Rod Rinholm, Gas Technology Institute
    Skills Development and Training Programs for Shale Gas
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    2014

    Below are the presentations GTI received permission, by the authors, to make available to the public. These presentations can be viewed but no part of them can be duplicated for personal or professional use without express written consent of the presentation's author. These were presented at the Shale Exchange Workshop on September 29 and 30, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA.

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  • Dave Spigelmyer, President, Marcellus Shale Coalition
    U.S. Shale Development Challenges
  • Jared Ciferno, Strategic Center for Natural Gas and Oil - National Energy Technology Laboratory
    Fossil Energy’s Oil and Gas Program
    Advancing Technologies to Ensure Safe and Prudent Oil & Gas Development
  • Chuck Whisman, PE, VP, US Oil & Gas Operations Manager, CH2MHILL
    Fossil Energy’s Oil and Gas Program
    Market Implications of Shale Development – U.S. & International Perspective
  • Vello A. Kuuskraa, President, Advanced Resources International, Inc.
    Outlook for International Shale Gas Development
  • Eddy Isaacs, CEO, Alberta Innovates Energy & Environment Solutions
    Managing the Future of Canadian Unconventional Oil Resources
  • Zhang Jichun, SPT Energy Group, Inc.
    Shale Gas E&P Comparison
    China vs. US
  • Ariel Ramos, Haynes and Boone
    Mexico’s Energy Reform
  • Russell L. Schetroma, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
    Thinking Globally
    The Shales in Global Context
  • Rod Rinholm, Executive Director, Business Development & Education, Gas Technology Institute
    Building Capabilities to Meet Opportunities
  • Dan Mueller, P.E., Environmental Defense Fund
    Environmentally Responsible Development
    Environmental View: Environmental Challenges
  • Brittany Thomas, Coordinator - External Affairs, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation
    Industry View: Technology Challenges
  • Gary E. Slagel, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC
    Current Regulatory Issues Impacting the Appalachian Basin
  • Jordan Ciezobka, Senior Engineer, Gas Technology Institute
    Emerging Technologies
    Hydraulic Fracturing Optimization
  • Robert Siegfried, Consultant, Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America
    Environmentally Responsible Development
  • Steven Winberg, Program Manager, Battelle Global Laboratory Operations
    This is Battelle
    Solving What Matters Most™
  • Stephen Hughes, P.E., TetraTech
    Water Treatment and Beneficial Reuse
    Marcellus & Utica Shale Plays in Pennsylvania
  • Dale E. Skoff, PG, TetraTech
    Saltwater Disposal Wells – Meeting Challenges For Development in the Marcellus and Utica Shale Plays
  • Radisav D. Vidic, PhD, P.E., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Water and Wastewater Concerns and Potential Impacts
  • Richard Wardrop, PG, Principal Hydrogeologist, Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc.
    Shallow Subsurface Pathways
  • Dr. Barbara Kutchko and Glen Benge, U.S. DOE - NETL
    Shallow Subsurface Issues & Solutions
  • Dr. John Bradshaw, Department of Physics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Air Quality and Methane Emissions Related Projects at IUP
  • Sabrina Spatari, Drexel University
    Life Cycle Management of Shale Gas Products
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    For more information about the past Shale Exchange events contact Patrick.Findle@gastechnology.org or Rod.Rinholm@gastechnology.org​​​​​​​