Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Sustainable Eagle Ford Shale Community Infrastructure Challenges & Solutions Workshop

Kleberg Wildlife Center, Texas A&M University-Kingsville - 04/10/13 - 04/10/13

Contact: Adriana Garza-Flores
adriana.garza@tamuk.edu or 361-593-4979

The Eagle Ford Center for Research Education and Outreach at the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Frank H. Dotterweich College Engineer is hosting a free workshop that seeks to address some of the challenges associated with the Eagle Ford Shale.

            The Sustainable Eagle Ford Shale Community Infrastructure Challenges and Solutions Workshop begins at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday April 10 at the A&M-Kingsville Kleberg Wildlife Center, 1730 West Corral Avenue.

            Engineering faculty and researchers will participate in panel discussions focusing on challenges facing the communities most impacted by the Eagle Ford Shale development. Topics will include water supply and municipal wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management and disposal, air quality assessment and transportation and road safety.

            Representatives from industry, municipality personnel, county authorities and representatives from state agencies are expected to attend the workshop.

            The workshop is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided. Registration is required and is available under the Announcements tab at www.tamuk.edu/eagleford .

 About the Eagle Ford Center for Research, Education and Outreach at Texas A&M University-Kingsville

             Pending approval from the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents, the new Eagle Ford Center for Research, Education and Outreach (EFCREO) will bring together industry, governments and university researchers to work toward ensuring sustainable development of the Eagle Ford Shale Reserve. In addition to focusing on unconventional gas recovery, including horizontal drilling and fracking, the EFCREO will also assess some of the common community-related issues identified in the 23 counties in the Eagle Ford Shale play area. Housed in Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Frank H. Dotterweich College of Engineering, the EFCREO reflects the university’s commitment to provide technical and research support for industry and communities impacted by the Eagle Ford Shale. 


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