HOUSTON, May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
As we move into the second half of 2015 we approach an unprecedented juncture of new opportunity for the U.S. oil & gas industry. With WTI and Brent approaching and surpassing $60 and forecasts indicating prices will continue to rise, confidence is returning that the nadir has passed. The emphasis is now on how to react most effectively and optimize this second wave of growth.
However, new production on the horizon also raises new challenges, with pipelines and refineries struggling to cope with the surge in high gravity crudes and condensates being produced across the basin.
The industry leading Permian Midstream Takeaway Congress, now in its 4th instalment (Houston, July 29-20), will provide play specific pipeline, storage, rail and trucking solutions to ensure takeaway capacity meets supply and reaches the optimal markets to maximize netback. Meanwhile, midstream providers will gain critical quantification of production forecasts on a play-by-play basis to assess the business case for further build out.
Key Features Of This Year's Event Include:
- PRODUCTION FORECAST & DRILLING ECONOMICS
- ADAPTING TO HIGH GRAVITY CRUDES & CONDENSATES
- HIGH GRAVITY CRUDES & CONDENSATES MARKETS
- EXPORT REGULATIONS & INFRASTRUCTURE
- MIDSTREAM PROJECTS, STORAGE CAPACITY & GATHERING SYSTEMS
- GAS & NGL REVIEW
- M&A ACTIVITY
Key Speakers For 2015 Include:
- Matthew Goitia, CEO, Peaker Energy
- Bernie Thomas Co-Founder, Navigator Energy Services
- Pat McGannon, Vice President - Business Development, Rangeland Energy
- Doug Coleman, Vice President New Ventures, Prism Resources
To see our other speakers, visit - http://www.permian-high-gravity-takeaway-2015.com/4/speakers/
This is the only congress to focus purely on the Permian midstream, analyzing production play-by-play and takeaway commodity-by-commodity.
This is the annual event trusted and attended by every major E&P and midstream company looking to stay in the loop with the ever changing infrastructure and markets attributed to the Permian Basin.
SOURCE American Business Conferences