WORKSHOP MAY 29

Workshops

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

As the volume of production from Marcellus and the Utica plays continues to grow…


…the need for both rapid infrastructure build-out and new market access is becoming increasingly pertinent. It is now essential that leading E&P and midstream companies meet, exchange ideas and discuss strategic, technical and regulatory issues to identify practical solutions for driving forward infrastructure development from gathering to processing, storage and pipeline takeaway capacity.

To learn more about new market opportunities, local supply and demand and the sustainability of production and pricing, North America’s leading E&P and midstream operators will be meeting at the Marcellus & Utica - NGL & Shale Gas Infrastructure Summit 2012 in Canonsburg, PA on May 30-31, 2012 to discuss the key opportunities for driving infrastructure investments and maximizing NGL and shale gas profitability in the Marcellus and Utica.

This event is the 2nd in the sell-out Marcellus NGL and Shale Gas Infrastructure Series that has been attended by delegates and speakers from almost every major North American unconventional operator.

Learning points will include:

  • ETHANE SOLUTIONS: Evaluating which ethane pipeline and takeaway proposals are going forward to establish potential end-user ethane markets in the near future
  • TAKEAWAY CAPACITY: Hearing the latest plans from transmission companies on how they plan to expand inter and intrastate pipelines and increase takeaway capacity
  • REGULATIONS & PERMITTING: Understanding the intricacies of federal and state regulations and jurisdictions to evaluate the various impacts and constraints on the timing and costs of pipeline construction projects
  • NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES: Evaluating new market costs and opportunities to scope out higher demand areas and increase net-back
  • UTICA: Examining the latest infrastructure development plans in the Utica and forecasting how its growth could increase pressure on North East midstream services

Marcellus & Utica - NGL & Shale Gas Infrastructure Summit 2012

For more information about this year's 3rd annual Utica & Marcellus NGL Markets 2013 please visit: www.utica-marcellus-ngl-markets-2013.com

As the pace of Marcellus and Utica shale gas production proliferates, pressure on midstream and takeaway capacity has come to a peak. Limited processing, fractionation and transportation capacities combined with tightening permitting regulations in multiple jurisdictions mean there is an increasing urgency on operators to invest in infrastructure for taking high-btu gas with strong liquid yields to market.

The mission of the Marcellus & Utica - NGL & Shale Gas Infrastructure Summit 2012 was to bring together E&P and Midstream companies operating in both dry and wet areas with federal and state regulators to figure out which NGL and shale gas takeaway proposals are going forward. Over two days, executive decision makers from these leading operators established the potential end-user markets in the near future, further driving investments with the means to increasing profitability in these impressive North East energy assets. Last year's congress, for the first time, focused on infrastructure investments both in the Marcellus and in rapidly expanding Utica plays and examined the impact of the Utica on Marcellus shale infrastructure and how competition for midstream resources can affect takeaway capacity.

Busy Conference Area

DAY ONE : EFFECTIVELY MANAGING ETHANE, NATURAL GAS PROCESSING AND NGL TAKEAWAY CAPACITY TO MAXIMIZE PROFIT AND MEET REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS IN THE MARCELLUS

DAY TWO : NEW MARKET ACCESS, REGIONAL SUPPLY AND DEMAND, AND COMMODITY PRICING: HOW THESE FACTORS WILL DRIVE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS IN THE MARCELLUS AND UTICA

Odebrecht

“Scott Rotruck was extraordinary.”

As the volume of production from Marcellus and the Utica plays continues to grow…

…the need for both rapid infrastructure build-out and new market access is becoming increasingly pertinent. It is now essential that leading E&P and midstream companies meet, exchange ideas and discuss strategic, technical and regulatory issues to identify practical solutions for driving forward infrastructure development from gathering to processing, storage and pipeline takeaway capacity.

To learn more about new market opportunities, local supply and demand and the sustainability of production and pricing, North America’s leading E&P and midstream operators will be meeting at the Marcellus & Utica - NGL & Shale Gas Infrastructure Summit 2012 in Canonsburg, PA on May 30-31, 2012 to discuss the key opportunities for driving infrastructure investments and maximizing NGL and shale gas profitability in the Marcellus and Utica.

This event is the 2nd in the sell-out Marcellus NGL and Shale Gas Infrastructure Series that has been attended by delegates and speakers from almost every major North American unconventional operator.

Learning points will include:

  • ETHANE SOLUTIONS: Evaluating which ethane pipeline and takeaway proposals are going forward to establish potential end-user ethane markets in the near future
  • TAKEAWAY CAPACITY: Hearing the latest plans from transmission companies on how they plan to expand inter and intrastate pipelines and increase takeaway capacity
  • REGULATIONS & PERMITTING: Understanding the intricacies of federal and state regulations and jurisdictions to evaluate the various impacts and constraints on the timing and costs of pipeline construction projects
  • NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES: Evaluating new market costs and opportunities to scope out higher demand areas and increase net-back
  • UTICA: Examining the latest infrastructure development plans in the Utica and forecasting how its growth could increase pressure on North East midstream services