Fracturing Impacts and Technologies Conference

Texas Tech University (TTU) and the Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) invite you to attend the Fracturing Impacts and Technologies (FIT) conference on September 4-5, 2014 at the Overton Hotel in Lubbock, TX. The goal of the conference is to foster an open inter-disciplinary dialogue on hydraulic fracturing in West Texas. 

The conference provides an excellent opportunity to present and discuss current innovations and applications for reducing the environmental footprint of fracturing operations. The conference plenary will also feature distinguished speakers from federal and state agencies, as well as industry leaders and academic researchers who will discuss impending policies and technological breakthroughs. Concurrent sessions will also discuss potential economic benefits, environmental risks and legal considerations for land owners. Some featured session topics include technologies, water, environmental impacts, and public policy.

Final Program

Registration is Still Available!  Click Here to Register

Special Investor/Landowner Session:
Hydraulic Fracturing: Stuff Your Mother Never Told You and Your Father Never Will 
Thursday, September 4, 1:30 – 4:45 pm, Overton Hotel, Horizon B

Join the experts as they advise you on your rights as a land owner, investment opportunities, and economic benefits. 

Session Presentations Include: 
• Overview of Hydraulic Fracturing
• Investing and Land Owner Rights
• Public Understanding and Opinion on Hydraulic Fracturing
• The Economic Impact of the Permian Basin’s Oil and Gas Industry
• The FRACKS of Life
• Panel Discussion and Q & A with Presenters

Pre-registration only $50.