19th IPEC - CONFERENCE AGENDA

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP (Mt. Oxford)

  8:00 am – 5:00 pm

     “REMEDIATION AND RESTORATION OF HYDROCARBON AND BRINE CONTAMINATED SOILS”

               Instructor:  Dr. Kerry L. Sublette, Sarkeys Professor of Environmental Engineering, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPENS (Imperial Ballroom Foyer)

  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

WELCOME RECEPTION (Maroon Peak)

  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2012

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION (Imperial Ballroom Foyer)

  7:00 am - 5:00 pm

I. FULL BREAKFAST BUFFET (Imperial Ballroom)

  7:00 am - 8:30 am

II. WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS (Grand Ballroom)

  8:45 am – 9:00 am

Kerry L. Sublette, Conference Chair

III. OPENING PLENARY SESSION (Grand Ballroom)  

  9:00 am - 11:00 am

PLENARY PRESENTATIONS:

 

"HYDRAULIC FRACTURING:  A GAME CHANGING TECHNOLOGY FOR GREATER ENERGY INDEPENDENCE & THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEBATE”

  9:00 am – 9:30 am

Rebecca Thingelstad, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Denver, CO

 

 

“FRACFOCUS – RECENT ENHANCEMENTS THAT FACILITATE THE INFORMATION NEEDS OF THE PUBLIC AND ALLOW INDUSTRY UNIFORM DISCLOSURE TO REGULATORY AGENCIES”

  9:30 am - 10:00 am

Stan Belieu, Deputy Director, Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Sidney, NE

 

 

 

“THE IMPACT OF HORIZONTAL DRILLING FOR NATURAL GAS ON PRODUCED WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES”

10:00 am - 10:30 am

John Boysen, BC Technologies, Ltd, Laramie, WY

 

 

 

“MAKING FOSSIL ENERGY SUSTAINABLE – TECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION”

10:30 am – 11:00 am

Dag Nummedal, Director, Colorado Energy Research Institute, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO

 

 

IV. VIEWING EXHIBITS – “Grab a soda or coffee and visit the Exhibits!!!!” (Imperial Ballroom)

      

11:00 am – 11:45 am

V.  LUNCH BREAK on your own

 11:45 am - 1:00 pm

VI. EXHIBITS OPEN (Imperial Ballroom)

   1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

VII. CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS

   1:15 pm - 5:25 pm

VIII. AFTERNOON BREAK (Imperial Ballroom)

   2:55 pm - 3:20 pm

IX. POSTER SESSION (Imperial Ballroom)

   5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

X.  OPENING RECEPTION (Imperial Ballroom)                                      

   5:30 pm – 7:00 pm


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION (Imperial Ballroom Foyer)

  7:30 am - 4:30 pm

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST (Imperial Ballroom)

  7:30 am – 8:00 am

I. EXHIBITS OPEN (Imperial Ballroom)

  7:30 am – 12:30 pm

II. CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  8:00 am – 11:45 am

III. MID-MORNING BREAK (Imperial Ballroom)

  9:40 am - 10:05 am

IV. LAST PRIZE DRAWINGS! (Imperial Ballroom)

11:45 am - 12:30 pm

V. LUNCH BREAK on your own

12:00 noon – 1:15 pm

VI. CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  1:30 pm – 5:40 pm

VII. AFTERNOON BREAK (Third Floor Foyer)

3:10 pm - 3:35 pm

 

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION (Third Floor Foyer)

  7:30 am – 3:35 pm

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST (Third Floor Foyer)

  7:30 am – 8:00 am

I. CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  8:00 am – 11:45 am

II. MID-MORNING BREAK (Third Floor Foyer)

  9:40 am - 10:05 am

III. LUNCHEON (Mt. Sopris-Lobby Level): "FRACK is not a Four-Letter Word"

12:00 noon - 1:15 pm

Speaker:  Ben Binder, President, Digital Design Group, Inc., Boulder, CO

 

       

 

IV. CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  1:30 pm – 4:50 pm

V. AFTERNOON BREAK (Third Floor Foyer)

  3:10 pm - 3:35 pm

VI. NETWORKING RECEPTION (Pub 17 on Welton)

  5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

 

Conference Closes

 


 

 

Technical Sessions

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2012 – AFTERNOON

 

 

Legal & Regulatory Issues in EXPLORATION & Production I /

Biofuels–Release Prevention, Environmental Behavior, and Remediation

 

Chair:  David Tsao, BP, Naperville, IL

 

Legal & Regulatory Issues in EXPLORATION & Production I

 

·         EMERGING CONTAMINANTS: ARE THERE LOOMING ISSUES FOR THE O&G INDUSTRY? 
William H. DiGuiseppi, CH2M Hill, Inc., Englewood, CO

 1:15 pm - 1:40 pm

·        PROPOSED OIL AND GAS AIR QUALITY REGULATIONS 

Ashley Campsie, CH2M Hill, Inc., Englewood, CO

 1:40 pm - 2:05 pm

·        HYDRAULIC FRACKING REGULATORY UPDATE 

Neal H. Weinfield, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago, IL

 2:05 pm – 2:30 pm

·         BIOFUELS RELEASE SCENARIOS 

David Tsao, BP, Naperville, IL; Alison Hathcock, South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control, Columbia, SC

 2:30 pm – 2:55 pm

Break

 

 2:55 pm – 3:20 pm

Biofuels–Release Prevention, Environmental Behavior, and Remediation

·        FATE, TRANSPORT, AND ASSOCIATED RISK DRIVERS OF BIOFUELS IN THE ENVIRONMENT

Denice Nelson, ARCADIS-US/ITRC, Minneapolis, MN; Mark Toso, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency ITRC, St. Paul, MN;

David Tsao, BP, Naperville, IL

 3:20 pm – 3:45 pm

·         ITRC BIOFUELS GUIDANCE: SITE INVESTIGATION FOR BIOFUEL RELEASES 

Mark Toso, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency ITRC, St. Paul, MN

 3:45 pm – 4:10 pm

·         TECHNOLOGY SELECTION FOR LONG-TERM REMEDIATION OF BIOFUEL RELEASES
Denice Nelson, ARCADIS-US/ITRC, Minneapolis, MN; Adam Sekely, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency ITRC, Baxter, MN;
David Tsao, BP, Naperville, IL

 4:10 pm – 4:35 pm

 

LNAPL Characterization

 

Chair:  J. Michael Hawthorne, H2A Environmental Ltd, Keller, TX

 

·         ENHANCED LIGHT NON-AQUEOUS PHASE LIQUID CONCEPTUAL SITE MODELS USING THREE DIMENSIONAL VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES

J. Michael Hawthorne, H2A Environmental, Ltd., Keller, TX

1:15 pm – 1:40 pm


·         DEVELOPMENT OF COST-EFFECTIVE AND SITE-SPECIFIC LNAPL CONCEPTUAL MODELS

David de Courcy-Bower, Environmental Resources Management, Milwaukee, WI

1:40 pm – 2:05 pm



·         FIELD RESULTS FOR A TRACER TEST METHOD TO DIRECTLY MEASURE LNAPL MOBILITY

Craig Divine, ARCADIS US, Inc, Highlands Ranch, CO; Jonathon Smith, ARCADIS US, Inc, Novi, MI; Brad Koons, ARCADIS US, Inc, Minneapolis, MN

2:05 pm – 2:30 pm

·         ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC GAUGE PLOTS - PATTERN RECOGNITION AND ANALYSIS OF LIGHT NON-AQUEOUS PHASE LIQUID HYDROGEOLOGIC CONDITIONS

J. Michael Hawthorne, H2A Environmental, Ltd., Keller, TX

2:30 pm – 2:55 pm

Break

2:55 pm – 3:20 pm

·         ADVANCED ANALYSIS OF CONE PENETRATION TESTING AND LASER INDUCED FLUORESCENCE DATA TO ENHANCE LIGHT NON-AQUEOUS PHASE LIQUID CONCEPTUAL SITE MODELS

J. Michael Hawthorne, H2A Environmental, Ltd., Keller, TX

3:20 pm – 3:45 pm

·         ESTIMATING ULTIMATE LNAPL RECOVERY: A SIMPLE EMPIRICAL MODEL

Leonard Billingsley, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oklahoma City, OK

3:45 pm – 4:10 pm

·         USE AND APPLICATION OF ASTM STANDARD GUIDE FOR ESTIMATION OF LNAPL TRANSMISSIVITY (ASTM E2856-11)

Christopher Pearson, AECOM, Denver, CO; Andrew Kirkman, AECOM, St. Paul, MN; Trevre Andrews, AECOM, New York, NY

4:10 pm – 4:35 pm

·         ADVANCED APPLICATION OF LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE FOR DELINEATION OF LNAPL TREATMENT ZONES

Thomas A. Palaia, CH2M Hill, Inc., Kittredge, CO; Randy St. Germain, Dakota Technologies, Fargo, ND

4:35 pm – 5:00 pm

·         CALCULATION OF LNAPL TRANSMISSIVITY FROM LNAPL RECOVERY DATA –

TIPS AND TRAPS FOR THE UNWARY

J. Michael Hawthorne, H2A Environmental, Ltd., Keller, TX

5:00 pm – 5:25 pm

 

 

Hydraulic Fracturing and Related Issues

 

Chair:  J. Berton Fisher, Lithochimeia, LLC, Tulsa, OK

 

·         HYDRAULIC FRACTURING: REGULATORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES; RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES 

Brett A. Sumner & David Scott, Beatty & Wozniak, P.C. Denver, CO

1:15 pm – 1:40 pm

·         ALTERNATE WATER SOURCING AND MANAGEMENT FOR SHALE GAS

David Alleman & J. Daniel Arthur, ALL Consulting, LLC, Tulsa, OK

2:05 pm – 2:30 pm

·         KEY FINDINGS FROM A RECENT STRAY GAS FORUM

John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD

2:30 pm – 2:55 pm


Break

2:55 pm – 3:20 pm

·         THOUGHTS ON GROUNDWATER BASELINE DETERMINATION PRIOR TO DRILLING AND COMPLETION: WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE FRAC COMES

J. Berton Fisher, Lithochimeia, LLC, Tulsa, OK; Duane Weingartner, Weingartner Consulting, Norman, OK

3:20 pm – 3:45 pm

·         PREPARING FOR COMPLAINTS BY PRIVATE WATER WELL OWNERS RELATED TO SHALE, CBM, HYDRAULIC FRACTURING AND OTHER UNCONVENTIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

John V. Fontana & David M. Seneshen, Visa GeoScience, Golden, CO

3:45 pm – 4:10 pm

 

 

Using Advanced Environmental Diagnostics

 

Chair:  Dora Ogles, Microbial Insights, Inc., Rockford, TN

 

·        USE OF BIOTRAP® TECHNOLOGY TO EVALUATE BENZENE BIODEGRADATION BENEATH FLOATING LNAPL LAYERS 

David S. Lipson & Michael J. Gefell, ARCADIS-US, Inc., Lakewood, CO

 1:15 pm - 1:40 pm

·         FIELD DEMONSTRATION OF A MONITORING TOOLBOX FOR IN SITU BIOGEOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION 
Randy Wymore, Nathan Smith & Pat Evans, CDM Smith, Denver, CO; Adria Bodour, AFCEE, San Antonio, TX; Bruce Henry, Parson, Denver, CO

 1:40 pm - 2:05 pm

·        EXAMINING GENE EXPRESSION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES 

Dora Ogles, Brett Baldwin, Anita Biernacki & Greg Davis, Microbial Insights, Inc., Rockford, TN; Kerry L. Sublette, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

 2:05 pm - 2:30 pm

·        INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PCE-IMPACTED SITE CHARACTERIZATION, SITE MANAGEMENT AND ENHANCED BIOREMEDIATION 

Greg Davis, Brett R. Baldwin, Dora Ogles & David Hedrick, Microbial Insights, Inc., Rockford, TN; Aaron D. Peacock & Glenn M. White,

Haley & Aldrich, Boston, MA; Eric Raes, Engineering & Land Planning Associates, Clinton, NJ; Stephen Koenigsberg, Regenesis, Inc.,

San Clemente, CA; Kerry L. Sublette, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

 2:30 pm – 2:55 pm

Break

 

 2:55 pm – 3:20 pm

·         DEMONSTRATING THE IN SITU BIODEGRADATION POTENTIAL OF PHENOL USING BIO-SEP®BIO-TRAPS®AND STABLE ISOTOPE
 PROBING 

Neil Williams, St. Modwen Developments, Ltd., Birmingham, UK; Amy Hyland & Richard Mitchener, Atkins, Birmingham, UK; Kerry L. Sublette & Katherine C. Key, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK; Greg Davis, Dora Ogles, Brett Baldwin & Anita Biernacki, Microbial Insights, Inc., Rockford, TN

 3:20 pm – 3:45 pm


POSTER SESSION

 

Chair:  Katherine C. Key, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

 

·         FEASIBILITY STUDY OF SIMULTANEOUS WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND RESOURCE RECYCLING USING INDIGENOUS DYE-DEGRADING BACTERIA
Bor-Yann Chen, Shi-Qi Liu, Jhao-Yin Hung, Tz-Jau Shiau &Yu-Min Wang, National I-Lan University, Taiwan, R.O.C. 

 

·         TREATMENT OF 1,4-DIOXANE IN GROUNDWATER
Randy Putnam & Jim Cowart, Envirogroup Limited, Centennial, CO

 

·         IMPACTS OF ISCO INJECTIONS ON TREATMENT AREA MONITORING WELLS
Tim Eilber & Stan Haskins, In-Situ Oxidative Technologies, Inc. (ISOTEC), Arvada, CO; Paul Anderson, PSC Environmental Services, Columbia, IL

 

·         ON-SITE BIO-REMEDIATION OF BAKKEN DRILL CUTTINGS

Bill Suess, InterTech Environmental & Engineering, Bismarck, ND;

Mark Mathis, Confluence Energy, Kremmling, CO

·         THE LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF USING AIRBORNE WINDOWED RADIOMETRICS AND HIGH RESOLUTION MAGNETOTELLURICS IN THE EXPLORATION FOR OIL AND GAS
Robert Olson, DMT Technologies, Broken Arrow, OK

 

·         USING SPATIAL ANALYSIS TO ADDRESS GEOCHEMICAL VARIATION IN A NATURAL GAS SHALE RESERVOIR
Claire Astore & Michael Formolo, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK; Anna Martini, Amherst College, Amherst, MA

 

·         ENGINEERING XYLITOL PRODUCTION IN CHLAMYDOMONAS REINHARDTII

Azadeh Mohamad Pourmir & T.W. Johannes, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

 

 


 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012 - MORNING

 

 

 

BIOREMEDIATION OF GROUNDWATER AND SOILS I

 

Chair:  Bethany Zinni, Haley & Aldrich, Rochester, NY

 

·         OXYGEN INJECTION IN DEEP FRACTURED LIMESTONE TO STIMULATE HYDROCARBON BIODEGRADATION
Bill Reetz, A Better Earth, Inc., Lawrence, KS; Sean R. Carter, Matrix Oxygen Injection Systems, LLC, Henderson, NV; Matt Kralik, Coranco Great Plains,
Wahoo, NE; Brett Tavener, Kansas Department of Health & Environment, Topeka, KS

8:00 am – 8:25 am

·       REMEDIATION OF PETROLEUM RELEASES AT GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK SITES USING OXYGEN DIFFUSION
Darin Worden, Stantec Consulting, Salt Lake City, UT; Walter S. Mulica, Global Technologies, Inc., Ft. Collins, CO

8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         ART IN-WELL TECHNOLOGY, AN EFFECTIVE AND COST-EFFICIENT REMEDY FOR PETROLEUM IMPACTED SOILS AND
 GROUNDWATER
Mohamed M. Odah, Accelerated Remediation Technologies, Inc., Overland Park, KS; Todd H. Giffrow, Accelerated Remediation Technologies,
Inc., Stanchfield, MN

8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         PERFORMANCE OF ENHANCED BIOREMEDIATION VIA GROUNDWATER RECIRCULATION AT A FORMER FUELING FACILITY
Eric Bueltel, ETEC, LLC, Portland, OR

9:15 am – 9:40 am

Break

9:40 am – 10:05 am

·          PROOF-OF-CONCEPT EVALUATION PROCESS - ECONOMIC VERIFICATION OF IN-SITU PHC REMEDIATION UNDER SITE
 BIOGEOCHEMICAL CONDITIONS AT FORMER AIR FORCE BASE
Kent C. Armstrong, BioStryke Remediation Products, Andover, NH; Naji N. Akladiss & Gail Lipfert, Maine Department of Environmental Protection,
Augusta, ME

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         USING ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES OF WIND AND SOLAR TO BIOSPARGE GROUNDWATER
Bill Zahniser, Kevin Szympruch & Tyler Sale, ARCADIS U.S., Inc., Highlands Ranch, CO; Matt Bauer, ARCADIS U.S., Inc., Lakewood, CO
 

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         AEROBIC BIOAUGMENTATION FOR THE REMEDIATION OF AN LNAPL SMEAR ZONE
Sean R. Carter, Matrix Oxygen Injection Systems, LLC, Henderson, NV; D. Robert Gill, Matrix Environmental Technologies Inc., Orchard Park, NY;
Kinyorda D. Sliwiak, Sunoco, Inc. (R&M), Syracuse, NY

10:55 am – 11:20 am

 

 

NATURAL GAS PRODUCED WATER

 

Chairs:  John & DeeDee Boysen, BC Technologies, Ltd., Laramie, WY

 

·         PRODUCED WATER DISPOSAL BY EVAPORATIVE COOLING
John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD

8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         GAS PRODUCED WATER EVALUATED AS A MEDIUM FOR ALGAL BIOFUEL PRODUCTION
Enid J. (Jeri) Sullivan & Cynthia A. Dean, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM; Paul Laur, Eldorado Biofuels, Santa Fe, NM

8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         CBM PRODUCED WATER: MANAGING A RESOURCE
Gerald Jacob, Pioneer Natural Resources USA Inc., Denver, CO

8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         PRODUCED WATER TREATMENT, DISCHARGE OPTIONS AND WATER RIGHTS
David R. Stewart, Energy Water Solutions, Fort Collins, CO

9:15 am – 9:40 am

Break

9:40 am – 10:05 am

·         PRODUCED WATER CHARACTER AND BENEFICIAL REUSE IN THE PICEANCE BASIN COLORADO
James B. Cowart, Randy Putnam & Bence Close, EnviroGroup Limited, Centennial, CO; Scott Clark, Burns, Figa & Will, P.C., Greenwood Village, CO

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         PURIFICATION OF CBM PRODUCED AND FRAC WATER USING CDI TECHNOLOGY
Robert Atlas, Aqua EWP, LLC, San Antonio, TX

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         HDPE LINED PRODUCED/FLOWBACK WATER PONDS:  UPDATE
Neil Nowak, Weaver Boos Consultants, LLC, Greenwood Village, CO; Richard Altman, R360 Environmental Solutions, Houston, TX

10:55 am – 11:20 am

 

 

DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT /

SITE CHARACTERIZATIONS, FORENSIC GEOCHEMISTRY & SITE RECLAMATION

 

Chair:  Joe Schneider, Western States Reclamation, Inc., Frederick, CO

 

DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT

 

·         ON-SITE BIO-REMEDIATION OF BAKKEN DRILL CUTTINGS
Bill Suess, InterTech Environmental & Engineering, Bismarck, ND; Mark Mathis, Confluence Energy, Kremmling, CO

8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         USING MID-INFRARED ANALYSIS FOR TESTING OIL IN DRILLING MUD AND SOILS AMENDED WITH DRILLING MUD
Chad Penn, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK; Sandra Rintoul, Wilks Enterprise, Inc., Norwalk, CT

8:25 am – 8:50 am

·     WASTE REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY: A NEW ROUTE TO CUTTINGS TREATMENT
Morris Hoagland, CETCO Oilfield Services, Broussard, LA; Mitch Brandon, CETCO Oilfield Services, Covington, LA

8:50 am – 9:15 am

SITE CHARACTERIZATIONS, FORENSIC GEOCHEMISTRY & SITE RECLAMATION

·         OPTIMIZING SITE CHARACTERIZATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY BY PHASED FOCUSING OF FIELD INVESTIGATIONS
Sean M. Coan, CDM Smith Inc., Helena, MT; Melissa A. Koberle, CDM Smith Inc., Edison, NJ

9:15 am – 9:40 am

Break

9:40 am – 10:05 am

·         VOLATILE PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON (VPH) ANALYSIS: AN EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL FOR FALSE POSITIVE BIAS
Richard J. Rago, Haley & Aldrich, Inc., Rocky Hill, CT; Jane A. Parkin Kullmann, Haley & Aldrich, Inc., Boston, MA

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         USE OF TREE CORE, SURFACE WATER, AND SEDIMENT SAMPLING AS A SCREENING TOOL TO TRACK AND PREDICT OCCURRENCE
OF 1,4-DIOXANE AND CHLORINATED COMPOUNDS IN GROUNDWATER
Mark S. Raybuck, Parsons, Buffalo, NY; Scott Dillman, Parsons, Syracuse, NY

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF COMPLETING RECLAMATION SUCCESSFULLY THE FIRST TIME FOR OIL & GAS SITES
Dave Chenoweth & Joe Schneider, Western States Reclamation, Inc., Frederick, CO; Gerald Jacob & David Holland, Pioneer Natural Resources Inc.,
Denver, CO; Lindsey Kruckenberg & Brian Whiteley, EnCana Oil & Gas, Denver, CO

10:55 am – 11:20 am

 

 

REMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBON SPILLS i

 

Chair:  Troy Fowler, Bioremediation Specialists, LLC, Beaverton, OR

 

·         MOBILE, OFF-GRID AS/SVE REMEDIATION FOR REMOTE OILFIELD LOCATIONS
Steve Kahn & Rob Rebel, LT Environmental, Inc., Arvada, CO

8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         EMERGING OXIDATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE TREATMENT OF PETROLEUM ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION
Troy Fowler, Bioremediation Specialists, LLC, Beaverton, OR; Chris Martin, Hart Crowser, Inc., Beaverton, OR; Tommy LaLonde, StabilEarth, 
Arlington, TX

8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         IN SITU THERMAL DESORPTION OF LNAPL-CONTAMINATED SOIL WITH HIGH-ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Grant Geckeler, GTR, Corona, CA; Edward Lachendro, G.E.O. Inc., Corona, CA; Marten Kingmans, TPS, Brussels, Belgium

8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         THERMAL IN-SITU TREATMENT OF LNAPL SITES - STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES
Gorm Heron, TerraTherm, Keene, CA; Ralph Baker & James Galligan, TerraTherm, Fitchburg, MA; Steffen Nielsen, TerraTherm, Bakersfield, CA

9:15 am – 9:40 am

Break

9:40 am – 10:05 am

·         ENHANCED PHYSICAL RECOVERY OF PETROLEUM NAPL FROM GROUNDWATER –
A NEW REAGENT FOR INCREASING EFFICACY OF MECHANICALLY ASSISTED RECOVERY
R. Todd Herrington, Regenesis, Denver, CO; Ben Mork, Regenesis, San Clemente, CA

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         THERMALLY ENHANCED REMEDIATION IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO
Thomas Golden, Michael McVey & Gundar Peterson, Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc., Albuquerque, NM; Jim Doesburg, Directed
 Technologies Drilling, Bremerton, WA

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         USING ENHANCED BIOREMEDIATION TO TREAT PETROLEUM BEYOND EXCAVATION LIMITS
Troy Fowler, Bioremediation Specialists, LLC, Beaverton, OR

10:55 am – 11:20 am

·         VADOSE ZONE REMEDIATION BY SUSTAINABLE SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION
Gary M. Birk, Tersus Environmental, LLC, Wake Forest, NC; Brian D. Riha & Jay V. Noonkester, Savannah River National Laboratory,
Environmental Restoration Technologies Section, Aiken, SC

11:20 am – 11:45 am

 

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012 - AFTERNOON

 

 

REMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBON RELEASES USING HORIZONTAL WELLS

 

Chairs:  Michael J. Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT;

Keebum Chang, IS2B, Parker, CO

 

·         A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS AND THEIR BENEFITS IN ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIAL
APPLICATIONS
Michael J. Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT; KeeBum Chang, IS2B, Denver, CO

1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         USING HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS AT A RETAIL PETROLEUM SITE
Michael J. Sequino, Garry Van Heest & John Collins, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT; KeeBum Chang, IS2B, Denver, CO

1:55 pm – 2:20 pm

·         APPLICATION OF HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS AT THE YONGSAN “DREAMHUB” REDEVELOPMENT SITE,
SOUTH KOREA
Keebum Chang, IS2B, Parker, CO; Craig Weber, AMEC, Denver, CO; Michael J Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT

2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

·         HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS TO ACHIEVE CLEANUP GOALS WITHIN TWO YEARS AT A FLORIDA GAS STATION
SITE WITH LIMITED HISTORICAL SUCCESS USING VERTICAL WELL NETWORK
Michael J. Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT; Narayanan Raghupathi, AMEC, Tallahassee, FL

2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

Break

3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

·         HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS PROVE MORE COST EFFECTIVE THAN VERTICAL WELLS TO INSTALL AND IN
ACHIEVING RAPID SITE CLOSURE AT A NORTHEAST RETAIL PETROLEUM SITE

Garry Van Heest & John Collins, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT; KeeBum Chang, IS2B, Denver, CO

3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

·         FIRST EVER HORIZONTALLY DRILLED ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE HEATING SYSTEM
Michael J. Sequino, Directional Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT; KeeBum Chang, IS2B, Denver, CO

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

·         HORIZONTAL REMEDIATION WELLS ALLOW FOR RAPID, UNINTERRUPTED CLEANUP OF A NEW JERSEY R&D FACILITY
Eric Schlauch, Peak Environmental, Woodbridge, NJ; Mike Sequino & KeeBum Chang, IS2B, Denver, CO; Michael J Sequino, Directional
Technologies, Inc., Wallingford, CT

4:25 pm – 4:50 pm

·         APPLICATION OF AIR SPARGING USING HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONALLY DRILLED WELLS FOR PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON
REMEDIATION
Tom Simpkin, CH2M HILL Englewood, CO; Mark Strong, CH2M HILL, Charlotte, NC 

4:50 pm – 5:15 pm

·         HORIZONTAL DIRECTIONAL DRILLING - A GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE REMEDIATION REMEDY
Michael D. Lubrecht, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., Monroe, WA; James M. Doesburg, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., Bremerton, WA;
Daniel W. Ombalski, Directed Technologies Drilling, Inc., Bellefonte, PA

5:15 pm – 5:40 pm

 


POLLUTION PREVENTION and waste minimization

 

Chair:  John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD

 

·         IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROFILES OF ACID CORROSION INHIBITORS
Curtis Sitz, CorsiTech, Houston, TX; Wayne Frenier, Frenier Chemistry Constants, Tulsa, OK; Connie Vallejo, CorsiTech, Fresno, TX

  1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         RECOVERY OF WEATHERED CRUDE FROM DISPOSAL PITS OF UPSTREAM OIL & GAS INDUSTRY IN KUWAIT: CONCEPTUAL
DESIGN STRATEGY
Ohoud Jimaan Mohd., Krishna Vangala & Dhari Al-Gharabally, Kuwait Oil Company, Ahmadi, Kuwait

  1:55 pm – 2:20 pm

·         AN ATTRACTIVE, PROACTIVE APPROACH AIMED AT PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
George de Rappard, Katch Kan, Edmonton, Alberta Canada

  2:20 pm –2:45 pm

·         THE SCIENTIFIC REBUTTAL TO CARBON DIOXIDE CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING

Robert Olson, Tulsa, OK

 2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

Break

  3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

·         CLEARING THE AIR
Audrey Mascarenhas, Questor Technology Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

·         SIMPLE AND ECONOMICAL TESTING OF GROUNDWATER FOR CONTAMINATION DUE TO NEARBY DRILLING ACTIVITIES
Omar Ghannoum, GPRI Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; Marc Adams, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; Keith McLeroy,
TEEX, College Station, TX; Andra Wilcox, Houston Advanced Research Center, The Woodlands, TX

  4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

·         THE LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF USING AIRBORNE WINDOWED RADIOMETRICS AND HIGH RESOLUTION
MAGNETOTELLURICS IN THE EXPLORATION FOR OIL AND GAS
Robert Olson, DMT Technologies, Broken Arrow, OK

  4:25 pm – 4:50 pm

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, COMPLIANCE AND AUDITING

 

Chair:  Dave Rich, Geotech Computer Systems, Inc., Centennial, CO

 

·         UPSTREAM OIL & GAS CONTINGENCY PLANNING & INCIDENT RESPONSE
Jessica Rinehart, Kleinfelder, Littleton, CO

 1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         GROUNDWATER QUALITY OVERLYING THE MARCELLUS SHALE FROM EXTENSIVE PRE-DRILL SAMPLING
Rikka Bothun, AECOM, Ft. Collins, CO; John Boulanger, AECOM, Pittsburgh, PA;  A. Elizabeth Perry, AECOM, Chelmsford, MA; 
Bert Smith & Mark Hollingsworth, Chesapeake Energy, Oklahoma City, OK

 1:55 pm – 2:20 pm

·         UK SHALE GAS - THE ROLE OF BASELINE AND OPERATIONAL CONTINUOUS GROUND-GAS MONITORING
Peter Morris, Ion Science Ltd, Fowlmere, Cambs. UK; Simon Talbot, Ground-Gas Solutions Ltd., Manchester, UK

 2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

·         BEYOND THE BOTTOM LINE: AN IMPROVED APPROACH FOR MANAGING YOUR PORTFOLIO OF CURRENT AND FUTURE
ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES
Bethany J. Zinni, Susan L. Boyle, Stephen T. MacIntyre & Paul M. Tornatore, Haley & Aldrich, Rochester, NY; Sunila Gupta, Haley & Aldrich,
Parsippany, NJ; Jeffrey M. Baker, Tesoro Corporation, Auburn, WA

 2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

Break

 3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

·         SYSTEMS APPROACH TO SHE MANAGEMENT FOR SMALLER OIL & GAS E & P COMPANIES
Jeffrey M. Citrone, LT Environmental, Inc., Arvada, CO

 3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

·         UNIQUE SYSTEM FOR MANAGING DATA FROM OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS
John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD; Paul Jehn, Groundwater Protection Council, Oklahoma City, OK; Marc J. Fine, Colorado
Oil & Gas Commission, Denver, CO; Bob G. Griffith, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oklahoma City, OK

 4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

·         WORKING WITH ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DATA FOR PETROLEUM PROJECTS
Dave Rich, Geotech Computer Systems, Inc., Centennial, CO

 4:25 pm – 4:50 pm

 

LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES IN EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION ii

 

Chair:  Josh Hollon, Atkins NA, Inc., Denver, CO

 

·         ONE CLICK FLOODPLAIN

Josh Hollon, Atkins NA, Inc., Denver, CO

 1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND PIPELINE PROJECTS ...COOPERATION OR CHAOS?

Robert A. Rowe, Atkins NA, Inc., Denver, CO

 1:55 pm – 2:20 pm

·         GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS OF SUBMERGED PIPELINE FOR MAPPING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS

Bob Gearhart, Atkins NA, Inc., Austin, TX

 2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

·         WATER-RELATED ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH OIL & GAS DEVELOPMENT IN THE US

Pete McKone, Atkins NA, Inc., Fort Worth, TX; Jeremy Henson, Atkins NA, Inc., Austin, TX

 2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

Break

 3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

·         WILDLIFE-RELATED ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH OIL & GAS DEVELOPMENT IN THE US

Pete McKone, Atkins NA, Inc., Fort Worth, TX; Jeremy Henson, Atkins NA, Inc., Austin, TX

 3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

 

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012 - MORNING

 

 

BIOREMEDIATION OF GROUNDWATER & SOILS ii

 

Chair:  David B. Vance, ARCADIS, Midland, TX

 

·         RAPID SITE CLOSURE OF A LARGE GAS PLANT USING INNOVATIVE IN-SITU BIOREMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY
Thomas A. Harp, LT Environmental, Inc., Arvada, CO

8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         NITRATE MEDIATED BIOLOGICAL OXIDATION AT RETAIL PETROLEUM STATIONS
Jeff McDonough, ARCADIS-US, San Francisco, CA; Jeff Burdick, ARCADIS-US, Newtown, PA; Cullen Flanders, ARCADIS-US, Seven Fields, PA;
Andy Korik, ARCADIS-US, Syracuse, NY

8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         SULFATE ANAEROBIC BIOOXIDATION AS A REGULATORY ACCEPTED MEANS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF LIGHT HYDROCARBON
LNAPL - THE ROLE OF THE DEMONSTRATION OF SITE SPECIFIC ASSIMILATIVE CAPACITY
David B. Vance, ARCADIS, Midland, TX

8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         OPTIMIZING MULTI-PHASE EXTRACTION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE WITH ENHANCED BIOREMEDIATION
Troy Fowler, Bioremediation Specialists, LLC, Beaverton, OR; Chris Martin, Hart Crowser, Inc., Beaverton, OR

9:15 am – 9:40 am

Break

9:40 am – 10:05 am

·         PILOT STUDY TO EVALUATE TOLUENE SOURCE AREA BIOREMEDIATION USING AN AEROBIC IN-SITU BIOREACTOR (ISBR)
Katherine Key & Kerry Sublette, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK; Ed Sullivan & James Duba, Birdsall Services Group, Inc., Cranford, NJ; Greg Davis,
Dora Ogles, Brett Baldwin & Anita Biernacki, Microbial Insights, Inc., Rockford, TN

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         TRACER TEST CHARACTERIZATION DURING IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION OF CHLORINATED VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN
OVERBURDEN AND HIGH VELOCITY FRACTURED BEDROCK
James Schuetz & Mark Raybuck, Parsons, Buffalo, NY; William Barber, Atlantic Richfield, Cuyahoga Heights, OH; Stephanie Fiorenza, BP, Houston, TX

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         COMETABOLIC BIOREMEDIATION USING GAS INFUSION TECHNOLOGY
Gary M. Birk, Tersus Environmental, LLC, Wake Forest, NC

10:55 am – 11:20 am

·         FULL-SCALE BIOREMEDIATION WITH EMULSIFIED OIL AS A FINAL CERCLA REMEDIAL ACTION
Ryan Wymore, Nathan Smith, Kent Sorenson & Neil Smith, CDM Smith, Denver, CO; Sam Garcia & Mario Robles, US EPA Region 8, Denver, CO

11:20 am – 11:45 am

 

 

PRODUCED WATER AND E&P WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT

 

Chair:  Vince Dick, Haley & Aldrich, Rochester, NY

 

·         POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF PRODUCED WATER
John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD

  8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         OPTIMIZATION APPROACH TO BENEFICIAL REUSE OF PRODUCED WATER
Daniel Tormey, Cardno ENTRIX, Los Angeles, CA

  8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         THE PRODUCED WATER CHALLENGE AND AN INTEGRATED PLANNING MODEL SOLUTION
Jonathan Fletcher, IMS Quantum Corp, Englewood, CO; Thomas Murphy & Mait Walker, LT Environmental, Inc., Denver, CO

  8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         PRODUCED WATER TREATMENT FOR OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS
Katharine Dahm & Katie Guerra, US Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, CO

  9:15 am – 9:40 am


Break

  9:40 am – 10:05 am

·         A NOVEL DESALINATION APPROACH FOR BRACKISH AND LOW SALINITY PRODUCED WATER
James R. Fajt, Tor H. Palmgren & Michael Kuznetz, M-I SWACO, A Schlumberger Company, Houston, TX

10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         RECOVERY OF HYDROCARBONS FROM PRODUCED WATERS
Bob Goltz & Aaron Johnson, Dow Water & Process Solutions, Larkin Lab, Midland, MI

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         POLISHING SOLUBLE ORGANICS FROM PRODUCED AND FLOWBACK WATERS USING NANO-ENGINEERED ABSORBENT GLASS
Jay Keener, Stephen Spoonamore & Shawn McKee, Produced Water Absorbents, Inc., Wooster, OH; Paul Edmiston, ABSMaterials, Inc., Wooster, OH

10:55 am – 11:20 am

 

 

IN SITU CHEMICAL OXIDATION – REMEDIAL DESIGN WITH SITE CLOSURE IN MIND

 

Chair:  William Lundy, DeepEarth Technologies, Inc., Alsip, IL

 

·         IT’S DARK DOWN THERE!
J. Bradley Stephenson, Conestega Rovers and Associates, Golden, CO

  8:00 am – 8:25 am

·         THE IMPORTANCE OF A FULLY INTEGRATED REMEDIAL PROGRAM INCLUDING: DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, APPLICATION &
SAMPLING THAT CAN DELIVER SITE CLOSURES & REDUCE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
William Lundy, DeepEarth Technologies, Inc., Alsip, IL

  8:25 am – 8:50 am

·         SUCCESSFUL OZONE APPLICATIONS WITH PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS
Jane Piper, Josh Salvage, Piper Environmental Group, Inc., Castroville, CA

  8:50 am – 9:15 am

·         RETAIL PETROLEUM ISCO REMEDIATION, INTERSECTION INJECTION LOGISTICS
Jeff Gaarder, Conestoga-Rovers & Associates, Sonoma, CA; Stan Haskins & Tim Eilber, In-Situ Oxidative Technologies, Inc., Arvada, CO

  9:15 am – 9:40 am


Break

  9:40 am – 10:05 am

·          HOW COME IT DIDN’T WORK?  I PAID BIG MONEY AND NOTHING HAPPENED!
William Lundy, DeepEarth Technologies, Inc., Alsip, IL

 10:05 am – 10:30 am

·         MOLECULAR EXCAVATION - A KEY TO UNDERSTANDING REMEDIATION OF FREE-PHASE AND TIGHTLY ADSORBED
HYDROCARBON CONTAMINANTS
William L. Lundy, DeepEarth Technologies, Inc., Alsip, IL; Daniel P. Cassidy, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

10:30 am – 10:55 am

·         IN-SITU CHEMICAL OXIDATION OZONE SPARGING AT A PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON-IMPACTED SITE
Jim Leu & Ryan Dominguez, Parsons, Walnut Creek, CA; Mehdi Bettahar, Parsons, Pasadena, CA

10:55 am – 11:20 am

 

 

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012 – AFTERNOON

 

 

SHARE, LISTEN AND LEARN!!!!

 

 

OPEN DISCUSSION ON PRODUCED WATER AND OTHER WATER TOPICS

 

Chair:  John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC, Annapolis, MD

1:30 pm - 4:50 pm

This session departs from the usual IPEC format of presented papers. Instead, the session chair will give a brief introduction, then open the floor for participants to ask questions on water topics. The other participants in the session can share their views and respond to the questions. The session will be informal and will allow for productive discussion among the participants.

 

ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION OF BRINE SPILLS

 

Chair:  Patricia Billingsley, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oklahoma City, OK

 

·        USE OF NON-INVASIVE SURFACE GEOPHYSICS FOR MANAGING BRINE RELEASES
Brent W. Barker & Mary K. Gilkison, ARCADIS US, Inc., Lakewood, CO; Boyce L. Clark, ARCADIS US, Inc., Baton Rouge, LA; Eric B. Rogoff,
ARCADIS US, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ

1:30 pm  - 1:55 pm

 

·         INVESTIGATION INTO THE TREATMENT OF CO-MINGLED SALINE HYDROCARBON AFFECTED SOIL AND GROUNDWATER
Gordon H. Bures, Frac Rite Environmental, Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, CN; L. Edwin Liem, Black Earth Humates, Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, CN;
LuVerne Hogg, Zeox Corporation, Peachland, British Columbia, CN

1:55 pm  - 2:20 pm

 

·          WHEN PRE-CONCEPTIONS BITE YOU - AN OLD OILFIELD VS. NEW HOMES CASE STUDY - SITE HISTORY
Patricia Billingsley, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oklahoma City, OK

2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

·         WHEN PRE-CONCEPTIONS BITE YOU – AN OLD OILFIELD VS. NEW HOMES CASE STUDY - GEOPHYSICS
John Harrington, Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, Oklahoma City, OK

2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

 

Break

3:10 pm - 3:35 pm

·         SITE-SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT FOR SALT-IMPACTED SITES
Yong Li, Wanda J. Sakura, Branko Marjanovic & Anne G. Way, O'Connor Associates, a Parsons Company, Calgary, Alberta, CN

3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

·         REMEDIATION OF BRINE-IMPACTED SOIL – A CASE STUDY IN PROGRESS

Kerry L. Sublette, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

 

 

BIOREMEDIATION OF GROUNDWATER AND SOILS iii / PHYTOREMEDIATION

 

Chair:  John V. Fontana, Vista GeoScience, Golden, CO

 

 

BIOREMEDIATION OF GROUNDWATER AND SOILS iii

 

·         FOCUSED SITE CHARACTERIZATION AND IMPROVED INJECTION AND HYDROFRACTURING TECHNIQUES IMPROVE IN-SITU
OXIDATION,  REDUCTION AND BIOLOGICAL REMEDIATION RESULTS – IT'S A CONTACT SPORT
John V. Fontana, Vista GeoScience, Golden, CO; Vincent Barlock, USA Environment, Golden, CO

1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         ENGINEERED WETLANDS TREATMENT SYSTEM
Thomas E. Barzyk, BB&E, LLC, Farmington Hills, MI

1:55 pm  - 2:20 pm

·         ETHANOL RELEASE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES AT AN ACTIVE PETROLEUM TERMINAL SITE
Meng Ling, Jeff Heglie, James Twiford, Dan Sweet & Barbara Mickelson, Acton Mickelson Environmental, Inc., El Dorado Hills, CA

2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

PHYTOREMEDIATION

 

·         ENGINEERED NATURAL SYSTEM (ENS) FOR THE TREATMENT OF PETROLEUM IMPACTED GROUNDWATER
Amanda Ludlow, Andrew Baris & Charles McGuckin, Roux Associates, Inc., Islandia, NY

2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

Break

3:10 pm - 3:35 pm

·         ENGINEERED PHYTOREMEDIATION PILOT STUDY FOR PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS IN A DEEP CONFINED AQUIFER
Edward Gatliff, Applied Natural Sciences, Inc., Hamilton, OH; Brad Snow, Snow Environmental Solutions, LLC, Austin, TX

3:35 pm – 4:00 pm

·        ENGINEERED PHYTOREMEDIATION OF BENZENE, GROS, DROS AND OTHER VOCS IN GROUNDWATER
Edward G. Gatliff, Applied Natural Sciences, Inc., Hamilton, OH; Frank Manale, TEA, Inc., Baton Rouge, LA; Steve Lucas, The Dow Chemical Co.,
Midland, MI; Mark Siegman, URS Corporation, Midland, MI

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

 

 

REMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBON SPILLS ii

 

Chair:  Jeffrey Binder, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Kansas City, MO

 

 

·         CONDENSATION OF EXTRACTED PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON VAPORS: COMPARISON OF ONSITE FUEL REUSE VERSUS
OFFSITE RECYCLING
Walter Mulica, Global Technlogies / G.E.O. Inc., Corona, CA; Peter Saranacki, Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, ME

  1:30 pm – 1:55 pm

·         EFFECTS OF REMEDIATING A CRUDE-OIL CONTAMINATED AQUIFER, BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA
Geoffrey Delin, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO; William Herkelrath, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA

  1:55 pm  - 2:20 pm

·         STRUCTURAL GEOLOGIC CONTROLS ON REMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBONS IN FRACTURED SEDIMENTARY BEDROCK SETTINGS
David S. Lipson & Tracy Deeds, ARCADIS-US, Inc., Lakewood, CO; Erik L. Gaiser, ARCADIS-US, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

  2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

·         ANAEROBIC TREATMENT AND HYDROCARBON SEEPAGE CONTOL USING MODIFICATIONS TO NATURAL STREAM MORPHOLOGY
Jeffrey Binder, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Kansas City, MO

 2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

NETWORKING RECEPTION 5:00 – 6:00 PM

CONFERENCE CLOSES