The Global Petroleum Research Institute (GPRI) is hosting its Semiannual Water and Wastewater Short Course: Issues, Challenges, Solutions, and New Technologies, at Texas A&M University April 19–20.
The course program will include demonstrations and will cover filtration technologies used in municipal and industrial water treatment systems, analytical technologies, treatment procedures for process optimization, monitoring techniques and equipment selection. It is structured to provide one-on-one learning and networking opportunities, according to organizers.
The registration fee for the full short course at Texas A&M is $995, and options are also available for attending the course online or for purchasing presentations. For more information and to register, see www.gpri.org or contact Carl Vavra, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station research scientist in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering and GPRI, at email@example.com or 979.862.1617.
GPRI is the managing partner of a cooperative effort to conduct critical research in the development of petroleum technology and is part of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M.