Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | 11:20
a.m.-1:00 p.m. | The Summit Club, 30th Floor, Ballroom
Speaker: Lloyd Hetrick, Newfield
Topic: "Water Management in the Oklahoma STACK"
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Newfield Exploration is a leader in water management and recycling in Oklahoma. They have completed their extensive water management system that includes fresh water storage, produced water storage, a water recycling facility and a HDPE pipeline system. The pipeline system is also connected to their saltwater disposal wells. The recycling of flowback and produced water is part of Newfield’s effort at reducing the volumes of water injected into disposal wells which is consistent with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s effort to provide mitigation measures that can help to reduce potential induced seismicity. Lloyd will provide a comprehensive look at their water management system.
Lloyd is the Operations Engineering Advisor for Newfield Exploration Company. He is currently the chair of the API Hydraulic Fracturing Issues Group and represents Newfield on various other industry related committees and groups. Lloyd has worked in the oil and gas industry since his graduation from Texas A&M in 1979. Since joining Newfield in 2010, Lloyd has worked exclusively on unconventional resource development in UT, TX, OK, ND and PA. He is both PE and CSP certified. One of his current responsibilities is overseeing Newfield’s efforts at water management and recycling.