Cap-Op Energy to Sponsor Hydraulic Fracturing Event, Announce DEEPP – Water Initiative

Technology company Cap-Op is sponsoring the Hydraulic Fracturing – An Environmental Perspective event at the Calgary Petroleum Club in Calgary, Alberta on May 29, 2014, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. They will be announcing their new software initiative to the industry.

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Cap-Op is is excited to announce its new initiative with industry support at such a relevant and well attended event.

Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Cap-Op Energy, a leader in the field of carbon offset quantification technology, is sponsoring an event held at the Calgary Petroleum Club in Calgary, Alberta on May 29, 2014 called Hydraulic Fracturing – An Environmental Perspective. The event will cover the complexities of hydraulic fracturing in Alberta and regulatory framework, and will feature research project outcomes relating to water impacts and technologies, as well as air and greenhouse gas (GHG) impacts.

Hydraulic Fracturing – An Environmental Perspective will focus on the process of hydraulic fracturing as it specifically relates to production in Western Canada, including management strategies and initiatives, as well as environmental issues resulting from the production process. There will be presentations throughout the day, and there will be opportunities for research posters, technology demonstrations, and additional case studies.

Cap-Op will be announcing their new software initiative, which is focused on helping companies in Western Canada comply with their reporting requirements in Alberta and British Columbia.

Adam Winter, President of Cap-Op Energy says he is excited to announce this new initiative with industry support at such a relevant and well attended event.

About Cap-Op Energy:

Cap-Op Energy is a pioneer in the clean energy technology sector and is focused on making offsets easy. Co-founded by Keith Driver of The Prasino Group and Adam Winter, they have over 25 years of experience in the clean technology and Canadian GHG offset project development, regulation and implementation fields. The Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC) has agreed to support the DEEPP initiative through an official PTAC Collaboration project in 2012 as they recognize the potential to achieve more GHG reductions at a reduced risk by unifying accreditation efforts in a more standard and predictable way.

For more information, please visit http://www.capopenergy.com.


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