A Frac Story Full of (Incorrect) Data: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
January 26, 2015
12:30 PM CST
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What Topics Will Be Covered?
Operators regularly report frac job details to regulatory agencies to inform the public about chemical ingredient usage. Although there are no federal regulations (update: new federal regulations unveiled March 20, 2015), 27 states require chemical disclosure and 4 states are actively considering it. In this Workweek Webinar™, we expect to cover the following:
Operator practices, state regulations, & other factors influencing data quality
Shortcomings in handling & production of reports and frac fluid reporting
Lack of sufficient error checking & consistency going up against “trade secrets”
Variability in quality of data between states caused by lack of national standards
Macro trends for hydraulic fracturing in available data, lacking for unavailable data
Transparency of frac fluid data for social awareness & community responsibility
Who Should Attend?
U.S. operators and other companies that operate in the top U.S. shale plays
Oilfield service company employees who operate in the top U.S. shale plays
Investment advisers who track and follow development in the top U.S. shale plays
Rising oil & gas professionals who work with E&P companies in the top U.S. shale plays
Businesses which routinely deal with oil & gas companies and are affected by new developments
Professionals who are trying to get a better understanding of the quickly changing market
News and media professionals who report on oil & gas or energy developments in the U.S.
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