Produced Water Compliance in Oil and Gas: Regulatory and Permitting Challenges, Management, Beneficial Use
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel on the evolving regulatory trends and policies in produced water compliance. The panel will discuss permitting challenges for produced water appropriation and disposal, evolving management and beneficial use opportunities, areas of regulatory uncertainty, and how states are addressing the issue of produced water.
- Regulation of produced water
- Produced water management
- Liability concerns
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the legal risks to the company that captures produced water?
- How does federal and state regulation of produced water differ and create compliance challenges?
- What are the permitting challenges regarding produced water appropriation and disposal?
Scott D. Deatherage
S Deatherage Law
Mr. Deatherage has practiced environmental and energy law for over 30 years. His practice has included representation... | Read More
Mr. Deatherage has practiced environmental and energy law for over 30 years. His practice has included representation of clients in manufacturing, oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, petroleum refining and marketing, real estate development, among other industries and businesses. In terms of environmental media and programs, he has experience with air emissions, wastewater, solid and hazardous waste, underground and above ground tank regulation and releases, contaminated soil and groundwater, Brownfield programs and redevelopment, and state voluntary cleanup programs. Mr. Deatherage’s practice extends to energy matters as well. He has worked on wind, solar, anaerobic digestion, biomass, waste to energy, and natural gas projects.Close
Kimberly Tuthill White
Ms. White advises clients on compliance with federal and state environmental regulations, environmental litigation,... | Read More
Ms. White advises clients on compliance with federal and state environmental regulations, environmental litigation, enforcement, permitting and transactional matters. Her practice focuses on compliance counseling for upstream oil and gas operators and service companies under state and federal air, water and waste environmental and oil and gas regulations. Ms. White’s practice also has a particular focus on hydraulic fracturing regulatory and legislative issues at the state, federal and international levels, specifically chemical disclosure requirements and trade secret protection. In addition, Ms. White's practice includes pipeline safety compliance counseling for companies that own both interstate and intrastate pipelines and gathering lines.Close