Kroff, Inc. to Offer Expertise on Safe Water Reuse in Marcellus Drilling at Pittsburgh Chemical Day
Kevin Flaherty to Serve as Featured Speaker on September 25
PITTSBURGH, September 11, 2012 — Kroff, Inc., one of the fastest-growing water treatment companies in the United States, is pleased to announce that Kevin Flaherty, account manager for Kroff Well Services (KWS), Inc., will serve as a featured speaker during the 45th Annual Pittsburgh Chemical Day (September 25, 2012 at the Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA). Flaherty’s presentation is titled “Chemicals for Shale Drilling and Water Treatment,” and will offer attendees cutting-edge information on strategies and chemical technologies currently available to minimize the environmental impacts of shale drilling.
“Businesses in western Pennsylvania are continuing to explore the many economic opportunities that drilling in the Marcellus Shale can offer,” said Flaherty. “At the same time, these businesses need to be aware of the environmental regulations that are in place to help keep our communities safe and healthy. During my presentation, I’ll discuss frac water flowback and production brine remediation technologies that allow for safe and effective water reuse.”
Kroff Well Services, Inc. (KWS), a Kroff, Inc. company, is recognized as a leader in developing frac water flowback and production brine remediation procedures to allow for safe and effective reuse of these waters on subsequent frac locations. Kroff’s sophisticated laboratory equipment, advanced software designs, and team of highly experienced consultants have secured a position for KWS at the forefront of engineering frac fluid designs and flowback treatment technologies. The company is also a member of the Marcellus Shale Coalition.
Pittsburgh Chemical Day is the largest, premier one-day event held in the industry. This year’s event will focus on the inherent ties between the chemical and energy industries.