Appendix B

Workshop Agenda

Erickson Alumni Center
West Virginia University
Morgantown, West Virginia
September 9-10, 2013

Monday, September 9
 
8:00 Registration
 
8:30 Welcome James P. Clements, President
West Virginia University
 
8:40 Overview of the workshop George Hornberger, Chair
Vanderbilt University
 
9:00 Session 1: Geology, hydrocarbon resources and their development, and induced seismicity
 
9:00 Geology, resources, and potential activity levels
Ray Boswell, National Energy Technology Laboratory
 
9:20 Engineering and technology for developing unconventional hydrocarbon resources: Current and prospective methods for exploration and production
Joseph Frantz, Jr., Range Resources Corporation
 
9:40 Earthquakes induced by hydrocarbon production: What Texas can tell us about Appalachia
Cliff Frohlich, University of Texas
 
10:00 Questions


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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Erickson Alumni Center West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia September 9-10, 2013 Monday, September 9 8:00 Registration 8:30 Welcome James P. Clements, President West Virginia University 8:40 Overview of the workshop George Hornberger, Chair Vanderbilt University Session 1: Geology, hydrocarbon resources and their development, and induced 9:00  seismicity 9:00 Geology, resources, and potential activity levels Ray Boswell, National Energy Technology Laboratory 9:20 Engineering and technology for developing unconventional hydrocarbon resources: Current and prospective methods for exploration and production Joseph Frantz, Jr., Range Resources Corporation 9:40 Earthquakes induced by hydrocarbon production: What Texas can tell us about Appalachia Cliff Frohlich, University of Texas 10:00 Questions 43

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44 APPENDIX B 10:20 Instructions to the working groups George Hornberger 10:25 Break and divide into working groups 12:00 Working lunch 1:00 Working groups report back Working group 1 Kate Hadley Baker or Richard Bajura Working group 2 Susan Brantley or Daniel Billman Working group 3 Michael Hohn or Hannah Wiseman Working group 4 Carl Kirby or Radisav Vidic 1:30 Session 2: Water and regulations 1:30 Water issues relating to unconventional oil and gas production John Veil, Veil Environmental, LLC 1:50 Identifying and assessing potential impacts of unconventional hydrocarbon production on surface and groundwater quality Rosemary Capo, University of Pittsburgh 2:10 State shale gas regulation in the Appalachian Basin: Recent enhancements, remaining gaps, and opportunities for change Hannah Wiseman, Florida State University 2:30 Questions 2:50 Instructions to the working groups George Hornberger 3:00 Break and divide into working groups 4:45 Working groups report back Working group 1 Kate Hadley Baker or Paul Ziemkiewicz Working group 2 Susan Brantley or Gregory Frost Working group 3 Michael Hohn or Zuleima Karpyn Working group 4 Carl Kirby or Paulina Jaramillo 5:15 Workshop adjourns for the day Tuesday, September 10 8:00 Registration 8:30 Welcome and plans for the day George Hornberger

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APPENDIX B 45 8:40 Session 3: Ecosystems, air, and climate 8:40 Potential impacts of unconventional hydrocarbon production on stream biota: Current and needed research Kelly Maloney, U.S. Geological Survey 9:00 Assessing and minimizing ecological impacts of shale development Michael Powelson, The Nature Conservancy 9:20 Assessing emissions of hydrocarbons from rural and natural gas drilling impacted areas in Pennsylvania Jose Fuentes, Pennsylvania State University 9:40 Climate impacts of shale gas Paulina Jaramillo, Carnegie Mellon University 10:00 Questions 10:20 Instructions to the working groups George Hornberger 10:25 Break and divide into working groups 12:00 Working lunch 1:00 Working groups report back Working group 1 Kate Hadley Baker or Mark Engle Working group 2 Susan Brantley or Daniel Billman Working group 3 Michael Hohn or Peter MacKenzie Working group 4 George Hornberger or Patrick Drohan 1:30 Wrap-up and discussion All 3:30 Workshop adjourns

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