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Water and Energy: Looking Beyond the Shales
A strategic perspective on water sourcing and management for industry, energy and growth
Upstream energy has dominated the headlines due to the emergence of North America as a continental energy superpower. However, we must be able to see beyond the gas revolution if we are to build a detailed strategic picture of the energy / water nexus. As a revival of the US manufacturing base compounds already spiking industrial water withdrawals in a period of persistent drought, difficult questions must be asked about how we price, manage and develop our water assets in Texas and beyond if they are not to become a drag on economic growth.
Co-chaired by Amanda Brock of Water Standard and Clay Landry of WestWater Research, Water & Energy 2013: Looking Beyond the Shales will build upon last year’s highly successful upstream event. It will bring together leaders from business, academia and government to debate the whole water cycle: sourcing, treatment, use and reuse of water in the context of downstream petrochemicals, thermo power generation, and heavy industry.
Water resource development for energy development
Water reuse in downstream petrochemical refining
Emerging investment models – private equity and the water / energy nexus
Drought, water rights and risk management strategies for industry and investors
The regulatory horizon at state & federal levels
Securing water supplies for power generation
Funding for downstream water solutions in Texas
About the Organizers
Global Water Intelligence (Oxford UK & Austin TX) is the market leader for high value business information on the water industry globally. In North America GWI publishes Global Water Intelligence magazine, business development databases AWI Tracker and DesalData.com as well as The Water Desalination Report and a range of specialist market reports including
- Produced Water Market: Opportunities in the oil, shale and gas sectors in North America,
- Water for Mining: Opportunities in scarcity and environmental regulation
- Global Water Market 2014: Meeting the world’s water & wastewater needs until 2018
- Industrial Desalination & Water Reuse: Ultrapure water, challenging waste streams and improved efficiency
Global Water Intelligence also hosts the annual American Water Summit that will be taking place in Washington DC, on November 5th & 6th 2013.
For registration, please contact Zac Roesch, email@example.com, or by phone at 512-961-5693.
WestWater Research (WWR) is the premier advisory firm in the water rights industry. WWR specializes in water transaction advisory services, water investment and marketing services, water valuation, and water resource economics. Over the last ten years, WestWater has forged new approaches to water markets through the development of innovative contracting solutions, unique marketing approaches, and in-depth water trading analyses. WestWater Research maintains the largest, high quality database of water right transactions covering the western U.S. to assist private and public sector clients in making well-informed decisions. WestWater is the market leader in the water rights industry.
With offices in four states (ID, WA, AZ, FL), the WWR team is composed of economists, MBAs, and geospatial information systems (GIS) analysts with over fifty years combined experience in the water rights industry. Principals at WestWater Research conducted some of the first in depth water trading analyses and water right appraisals in the United States. The WestWater Research team played a lead role in the design and implementation of water trading laws throughout the western United States and has advised corporations, governments, and individuals on water policy and transactions at an international level. The team also has broad experience in water marketing, regulatory policy, water valuation techniques, financial investments, commodity trading, resource economics and planning, and GIS technology. We transfer our skills and knowledge and utilize our broad industry experience to develop innovative solutions for water transactions. WestWater brings a unique perspective to water projects, and we continue to be proven market leaders in the industry.
For more information on WestWater Research contact Monique Hardy, firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 208-433-0255
To register for Water & Energy 2013, please use the Book Now tab at the top of the page or contact Zachary Roesch at Global Water Intelligence, 512-961-5693.
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