BlueTech Webinar Series: Competitive Analysis on the US Unconventional Fossil Fuel Market
Recorded on Thursday, September 18, 2014:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern US Time
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm British Time
BlueTech® Research, in conjunction with B2B Webinars, would like to invite you to our upcoming interactive webinar on the changing landscape of the US conventional fossil fuel market.
Management of oilfield water and wastewater in the US is estimated to cost exploration and production companies (E&Ps) $38 billion by 2022. Analysis of the water management value chain identifies a highly disaggregated service sector that includes transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of fluids. Lowest cost and highest safety record are often the key criteria evaluated for a successful contract with US E&P companies.
Some E&Ps are illustrating behaviors that change the current operational paradigm by placing increased corporate awareness on water sustainability and stewardship above that of pure economics. For majority of the US produced water market, desalination of this fluid, for reuse in hydraulic fracturing programs, is not cost-advantaged today. Emerging technologies present an opportunity for reduction in the unit cost of desalination; however, a number of technologies and services threaten to replace the need for advanced water treatment in the unconventional oil and gas landscape today.
Future growth opportunity for cost-advantaged desalination will exist where produced water supply exceeds available reuse potential. This may be observed sooner in regions where regulatory pressure constrains disposal capacity and/or provide incentives for beneficial reuse outside of the energy sector.
Conferences in this industry have recently become no more than tradeshows, with B2B marketing and business development professionals positioning their products and services. This webinar, developed by BlueTech Research, will provide critical analysis and key insight into the oil and gas water management services industry. Modeled after Porters five forces analysis for competitive analysis, the speakers will each present a unique and disparate perspective on the industry. In a panel discussion, the speakers will explore the competitive intensity, the threat of new entrants, the threat of substitutes and the power of buyers and suppliers. This webinar will provide market, technology and business model intelligence critical to current and future business decisions in this industry. This webinar is a must-attend event for developers of water technology, investors in water management and purchasers of oilfield water services.
Questions to be answered:
- What is the current competitive landscape of the unconventional fossil fuel market? How is the market expected to grow in the future?
- In regards to US onshore produced water treatment, where are treatment types, including fit for use treatment and desalination, along the commercialization S-Curve? Are there any scales of economy optimized for water treatment?
- What barriers to entry exist for water technology companies?
- What types of emerging technologies threaten the market potential for water treatment?
- How is the critical challenge of transparency of operational data around water resources being addressed?
- Are more E&P companies addressing the need for sustainability in water use and wastewater disposal?
- What is the cost benefit for E&Ps to develop a water management strategy? What metrics and approach would an E&P use to define this benefit?
Who should attend?
- Investors involved with water management looking to understand the market opportunity in the US unconventional fossil fuel market.
- Water industry executives looking to maintain (or establish) a competitive advantage and inform strategic moves in this growing market segment.
- Water technology developers looking for technology gaps and unmet needs.
- Oilfield water service purchasers looking to explore the future of the water and wastewater management
- Consultants, policy makers and regulators looking to stay on top of the latest market trends and the state of technological innovation in the groundwater treatment market segment.
Marcus Oliver Gay, Senior Director, Research & Professional Services, BlueTech® Research
Laura Capper, Founder and President, CAP Resources
Robbie Cathey, CEO, Fidelity National Environmental Solutions
Sarah Fletcher, PhD candidate, Engineering Systems Division, MIT, and Director of Product Development, Sourcewater, Inc.
Jordan Speaker, Strategic Sourcing Specialist, ConocoPhillips
Single Connection: $245.00
Additional Connection at the same Organization: $150.00
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CANCELLATION, REFUNDS & CREDITS
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