University Of Wyoming CEPWM Is Pushing The Boundaries Of What’s Possible In Oilfield Water. Join Them At The Next Oilfield Water Connection Event

The University Of Wyoming Center for Excellence in Produced Water Management (CEPWM) is pushing the envelope on research in oilfield water management, not only on the technical front but also on the economics of produced water reuse.

The Center’s research is extremely valuable to the oilfield water industry, as is the pipeline of human talent the Center is developing. Students involved with the Center will be future leaders in the oilfield water industry.

Here at Oilfield Water Connection, we had a chance to speak by phone with Dr. Jon Brant, CEPWM Director, in August 2019. Several of our takeaways from that conversation will get you up to speed quickly on the CEPWM’s background, mission and projects:

Welcoming The University Of Wyoming CEPWM As A Supporting Organization For Oilfield Water Connection’s Industry Update Conference

Today, Oilfield Water Connection is pleased to announce that CEPWM will be a supporting organization for our upcoming Industry Update conference. We look forward to hosting CEPWM representatives in Houston this October 4 and then continuing to follow their work and provide the Center with a nexus of connection to industry.

Attendees at the Oilfield Water Industry Update will be able to meet the Center’s director as well as several talented University of Wyoming CEPWM students who are uniquely well positioned to pursue impactful careers in the oilfield water industry after their studies.

Oilfield Water Connection plans to strengthen our relationship with CEPWM over time, contributing more to their efforts as our reach grows. We are excited about the University of Wyoming’s investment in produced water research and curriculum. We believe that our conference attendees have much to gain from the research and talent that the Center is developing.

If you are attending our October 4 event and would like an introduction to CEPWM representatives, please find an Oilfield Water Connection team member and ask – we will be happy to make that connection for you.

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