Produced Water Society elects new president
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
PWS was founded almost 30 years ago and consists of a dedicated society of oil and gas professionals who share produced water management knowledge and solutions and collaborate to solve produced water challenges in both conventional and unconventional plays.
Prior to being elected president, Henthorne served on its board for four years, contributing to the growth in technical programmes and member services. In addition, she currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of H2O Innovation and acted as president of the International Desalination Association from 2007 - 2009 and sat on their Board of Directors for 16 years. She holds four US patents and multiple foreign patents in water treatment technology.
Henthorne commented: “I’m very excited to be part of the PWS team this year as we endeavour to further the exchange of ideas and technical knowledge regarding produced water management, to facilitate conversations on the increasing value of water to our industry, and to support the produced water community in these very exciting times.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/hydraulic-fracturing/27062019/produced-water-society-elects-new-president/
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