HOUSTON, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hart Energy announced today that Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper will deliver the afternoon keynote address for the Rockies Midstream conference Dec. 6, 2012, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The high-level program examines crude oil, NGLs, and dry gas moving in and out of the Rockies — including the Bakken and Niobrara shales.
To date, other speakers on the agenda include:
- James Volker, chairman and CEO, Whiting Petroleum Corp.
- Bob Clark, chairman & CEO, Bear Tracker Energy LLC
- Porter Bennett, president and CEO, Ponderosa Advisors
- Steve Newby, president and CEO, Summit Midstream
- Stephen Moore, economist, editorial board member, Wall Street Journal
- James J. Kleckner, vice president, Rockies region, Anadarko Petroleum Corp.
- Tad True, vice president, Bridger Pipeline LLC
Delegates attending the Rockies Midstream conference will hear executive business briefings from midstream industry leaders. Rockies basins — long proven for being rich in natural gas, gas liquids, and crude oil — are producing tremendous amounts of hydrocarbons. Producers and midstream operators are quickly working to get these supplies to end users across the Lower 48. From new Bakken oil destined for the U.S. Gulf Coast, to new NGL supply from the horizontal Niobrara play, the conference addresses how producers, shippers, and end-users are working to expand infrastructure capacity.
For the agenda and other event details, visit rockiesmidstream.com.
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