Monday, May 23, 2016

Produced wqter Meeting May 24

Produced Water Meeting The New Mexico State Water Resources Center, Eddy County Cooperative Extension will be holding a community workshop on May 24 in Carlsbad. I ask that everyone please provide me with a topic for your presentation by Friday. In order to stay on time and to be respectful of your fellow presenters please limit your presentation to 20 minutes total (this includes time for questions or discussion). If anyone has any comments, concerns or suggestions about the current agenda please let me know. I think this will be a very good workshop! Thanks for everyone’s help and participation. Also, if you would like to invite anyone to the workshop, please feel free to do so and make sure they register if they want lunch. Registration link: http://nmwrri.nmsu.edu/?page_id=4840 Proposed agenda: 10:00-10:05 Welcome | Steve McCutcheon (Carlsbad City Administrator) 10:05-10:25 Regional Water Planning | Woods Houghton (NMSU Eddy Co. Extension) 10:25-10:45 Brent Van Dyke (New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts) 10:45-11:05 Rueben Harris (M&R Trucking) 11:05-11:25 Scott Dawson (New Mexico Oil Conservation Division) 11:25-11:45 Andy Morley (New Mexico Office of the State Engineer) 11:45-12:05 David Torres (New Mexico Environment Department) 12:05-1:00 Lunch – 12:50 Project Overview | Robert Sabie (New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute) 1:00-1:20 Produced Water Database | Martha Cather (Petroleum Recovery Research Center, New Mexico Tech) 1:20-1:40 Geospatial Analysis of TDS Levels in the Permian Basin | Dr. KC Carroll and Spencer Willman (New Mexico State University) 1:40-2:00 Robert Flynn (New Mexico State University, Artesia Science Center) 2:00-2:20 Robert Sabie, Jr. (NMWRRI), Pei Xu, and Guanyu Ma (New Mexico State University) 2:20-2:40 Jeff Sawyer (Devon Energy) 2:40-3:00 Malynda Cappelle (Center for Inlands Desalination Systems) Subscribe to Eddy County Ag news at: http://nmsueddyag.blogspot.com/ Eddy County Extension Service, New Mexico State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educator. All programs are available to everyone regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin. New Mexico State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Eddy County Government Cooperating.

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