The Global Petroleum Research Institute (GPRI) is hosting a Water and Wastewater Short Course: Challenges and Solutions for Oil, Gas and Industrial Waste Water at Texas A&M University May 17-19.
The course program will provide one-on-one learning and networking opportunities, according to organizers. After completing the course, participants will have a:
- better understanding of what analytical technologies are available on the market,
- broader knowledge of treatment procedures and new technological innovations,
- larger toolbox of monitoring techniques that can improve equipment management plans,
- enhanced purchasing power for more effective equipment selection, and
- improved knowledge of the various applications for different treatment technologies.
The registration fee for the full short course at Texas A&M is $995, with a discount for faculty, staff and students. 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, GPRI assistant research scientist at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Texas A&M’s Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station.