HOUSTON, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hart Energy and the Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR) will jointly present the 2nd annual Developing Unconventionals (DUG™) Canada conference and exhibition, Feb. 25-27, at the TELUS Convention Centre, in Calgary, Alberta.
This year's conference theme, "Changing Dynamics - Unconventional Resources Require Unconventional Capital," supports a diverse topical agenda.
The event program will examine liquids-rich plays — the Duvernay, Bakken, and Montney, as well as emerging horizontal oil plays in Alberta's Deep Basin. The conference will also spotlight the politics, people, capital, and strategies needed to encourage Canadian resource development.
To date, industry speakers confirmed include:
- Doug Ramsay, CEO, Calfrac Well Services
- Ian Anderson, president, Kinder Morgan Canada
- Doug Bloom, president, Spectra Energy Transmission West
- Mike Wood, vice president, Canadian shale division, Talisman Energy
- John Moon, managing director, Morgan Stanley Private Equity
- William A. Marko, managing director, Jefferies & Co.
- Victor Ojeda, managing director, LNG Canada project, Shell Canada Ltd.
DUG Canada delivers a uniquely targeted program and outstanding networking opportunities for investors, producers, midstream operators, service companies — anyone who focuses on Canada's emerging resource plays.
For the agenda, visit dugcanada.com.
For 30-plus years, Hart Energy has been a leader, covering news and technology for energy investors and executives. The Houston-based company publishes Oil and Gas Investor, E&P, Midstream Business, and FUEL, online data services (OilandGasInvestor.com, UGcenter.com, A-Dcenter.com), and industry newsletters, and provides research and consulting services. With its successful DUG™ conference series, maps, playbooks, and research studies, Hart Energy offers exceptional depth in unconventional resources information. Visit hartenergy.com for more information.
The Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR) is a not-for-profit society, registered in the Province of Alberta since 2002. The organization encourages the development of Canada's unconventional hydrocarbon resources, focusing on: natural gas from coal; tight gas sands and carbonates; shale gas; and gas hydrates; and more recently light tight oil. CSUR provides information about these unconventional resource sources and strives to increase communication between the industry and the provincial and federal governments, stakeholders, and First Nations. Visit csur.com for more information.
SOURCE Hart Energy