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Water, Oil and Gas 101 - Submitted for 7 General Credits
LIVE PROGRAM: Wednesday, APRIL 10, 2013
At the CBA-CLE Classroom, 1900 Grant Street, Suite 300, Denver, CO
VIDEO REPLAY: MAY 9, 2013 - Denver, Grand Junction, and Colorado Spring
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TOPICS INCLUDE
  • Issues in the West When the Water and Oil and Gas Industries Interact
  • Overview of Water Law and Oil and Gas Law
  • Sourcing Water from Municipalities and Beyond for Hydraulic Fracturing and Drilling
  • Treatment, Recycling and Disposal of Water
  • Lessons Learned from Pavillion, WY
  • Water Contamination: Reinjection of Produced Water and Beyond
  • Meaningful Ground Water Quality Sampling vis-a-vis Oil and Gas Drilling
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Energy and Water Law Practitioners
  • Energy Industry Professionals
  • Engineers
  • Environmental Professionals
  • Federal, State and City Government Officials
  • Landowners
  • Water Brokers
  • Anyone Who Needs to Know About Water, Oil and Gas!
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This program is the first of a 3-part series focusing on critical water, oil and gas issues in Colorado. We have gathered top legal, water, and energy experts who will share their extensive experience and expertise with you. You will leave the program series with a solid foundation on technical aspects, legal frameworks, and potential regulations and controls involved when natural resources of vital importance to Colorado – water, oil and gas – cross paths.

The first program will provide you with an overview of the pertinent law and issues generated when the water, oil and gas industries interact; and will address water quality concerns and the sourcing of water from municipalities and beyond for hydraulic fracturing and drilling. The second program will focus on oil and gas water recycling and whether it should be mandated along with the legal implications of water reuse. The third program will explore the ins and outs of landowner/oil and gas company negotiations with a focus on water interests.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get up to speed on high profile issues of utmost importance in Colorado.

REGISTER TODAY!


CO-SPONSORS INCLUDE:
Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Sturm College of Law, University of Denver


  • Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment,
    University of Colorado Law School

  • Natural Resources & Energy Section of the Colorado Bar Association
  • Special thanks to the Office for University Outreach, CU-Boulder, for its support!
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AGENDA
8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 am Introduction and Welcome
Sarah Klahn, Esq., and Matthew Sura, Esq.
9:05 am How the Water and Oil and Gas Industries Interact
  • Issues in the West When the Water and Oil and Gas Industries Interact
    Presented by Gwen Lachelt, County Commissioner
  • Oil and Gas Law and Water Law Overview: Coalbed Methane-Produced Water and More
    Presented by Sarah Klahn, Esq.
10:20 am Networking Break
10:30 am Sourcing Water from Municipalities and Beyond for Hydraulic Fracturing and Drilling
Presented by:
- Jon Monson, Director, Water and Sewer Department
- Walraven Ketellapper, Managing Principal
- Cliff Wilson, Managing Principal
11:50 am Lunch on Your Own
1:00 pm Treatment, Recycling and Disposal of Water
Presented by Gary Beers, Managing Principal
1:50 pm Water Contamination
  • Lessons Learned from Pavillion, WY: Sources of Possible Water Contamination Due to Oil and Gas Development
    Presented by Bruce Baizel, Esq., Director, Energy Program
  • Reinjection of Produced Water and Beyond
    Presented by Alan Curtis, Esq.
3:05 pm Networking Break
3:15 pm Meaningful Water Quality Sampling vis-a-vis Oil and Gas Drilling
Presented by:
- Christopher Sanchez, P.G.
- James Milne, Environmental Manager
4:30 pm Adjourn
FACULTY
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PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
  • Sarah A. Klahn, Esq.,* White & Jankowski, L.L.P., Denver, CO
  • Matthew M. Sura, Esq.,* Matt Sura, P.C., Denver, CO

PLANNING COMMITTEE

  • Susan Daggett, Esq., Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Sturm College of Law, University of Denver, Denver, CO
  • Kathryn Mutz, Esq., Research Associate, Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO

FACULTY

  • Bruce Baizel, Esq., Director, Energy Program , Oil & Gas Accountability Project EARTHWORKS,
    Durango, CO
  • Gary Beers, Managing Principal, Industrial Water Permitting and Recycling Consultants, LLC, Littleton, CO
  • Alan Curtis, Esq., White & Jankowski, LLP, Denver, CO
  • Walraven Ketellapper, Managing Principal, Stillwater Resources and Investments, Inc., Boulder, CO
  • Gwen Lachelt, Commissioner, County of La Plata, Durango, Colorado
  • James Milne, Environmental Manager, Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Denver, CO
  • Jon Monson, Director, Water and Sewer Department, City of Greeley, CO
  • Christopher Sanchez, P.G., Bishop-Brogden Associates, Inc., Englewood, CO
  • Cliff Wilson, Managing Principal, H2O Advisors, Inc., Hygiene, CO
*also on Faculty and/or Planning Committee
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PROGRAM TUITION
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  • Non-member: $339
  • CBA Member: $289
  • CBA Natural Resources & Energy Law Section Member: $239
  • CBA Envtl. Law Section Member: $239
  • CBA Water Law Section Member: $239
  • Legal Support Staff: $199
  • University of Colorado School of Law Affiliates: $199
  • Non-Attorney Professionals: $199
  • University of Denver Sturm College of Law Affiliates: $199
  • Government Officials or Member of a Nonprofit Agency: $199
  • New Lawyer (NOT a section member; in practice 3 years or less): $199
  • New Lawyer – CBA Section Member: $99
  • Elite CLE Pass Holder: FREE
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For more information or to download the enrollment packet click here
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REGISTRATION
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For course details or to register online, go to:
Water, Oil and Gas 101

Download the registration form and:
1. FAX the form to the CBA-CLE offices at (303) 860-0624
2. MAIL to CBA-CLE at 1900 Grant Street, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80203
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