Water Reuse Challenges and Hydraulic Fracturing
- Type: Archived Webinar
GE Water & Process Technologies offers a broad product and solutions portfolio that addresses water challenges associated with hydraulic fracturing. This webinar discusses:
- Key technical and community challenges of hydraulic fracturing
- The drilling and production water life cycle
- GE’s fixed and mobile solutions
- Customer economics and value drivers
The webinar is presented by Joseph Tinto, Commercial Developer, and Andrew Collier, Marketing & Business Development, GE Water & Process Technologies.
ISWS members may attend for free with a Promo Code. To receive a Promo Code, please contact Evan Flach at email@example.com.
The International Society for Water Solutions (ISWS) provides a forum for communication and networking among engineers and scientists who share interests in water research and water technology development. Membership in ISWS is open to academic, industrial, and government professionals who share an interest in water research and water technology development. For more information and to become a member go to http://www.aiche.org/ifs/community/isws/membership
As part of the commercial team at GE Water & Process Technologies, Andrew Collier investigates new business models associated with unconventional gas. Prior to GE, Andrew spent 4 years as a strategy consultant with GreenOrder, a firm focused on corporate environmental sustainability. Andrew holds a B.A. in The Science of Earth Systems from Cornell University and an MBA from The Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.Read more
Joe Tinto is a commercial developer for GE Power & Water and has been involved in shale gas & oilfield water management globally for the past seven years. Joe leads the GE Water - Thermal Products’ approaches to the treatment and recycling of flowback and produced waters in Shale Gas and Tight Oil Plays. The GE Water & Process Technologies - Thermal Products Group provides fixed evaporators and crystallizers, as well as the new Relocatable Evaporator, to meet the industry’s needs. Joe received his engineering degree from the State University of New York. – Maritime College...Read more
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