WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Decision Makers From...
- E&P Companies Operating In The Eagle Ford
- US Oil & Gas Majors
- Midstream Operators
- Refiners In Texas And The Gulf Coast
- Fractionation Companies
- Pipeline Operators
- Rail Operators
- Gas Gathering And Processing Companies
E&P, Midstream & Downstream: CEOs, VPs, Directors, Managers & Team Leaders Of
- Eagle Ford Assets
- NGL Marketing
- Gas Marketing
- Crude Oil Marketing
- Construction And Facilities Planning
- Pipeline / Pipeline Construction
- Commercial Development
- Business Development
- Corporate Development
- Gas Processing
- NGL Business
- Gas Supply
- Oil Supply
- Gas Treating
- Business Planning
- New Ventures
- Government Relations
- Government Affairs
- Texas Assets
- Pipeline And Oilfield Service Companies
- Steel And Pipe Manufacturers
- Rail Service Companies
- Rail Operators
- Terminal Suppliers
- Investment Companies
- Market Analysts
- Consultancy Firms
- Gas Plant Builders
- Compression Equipment Providers
- Trucking Companies
- Transportation Solution Companies
- Law Firms
- Pipeline Construction And Design Companies
- Pipeline Maintenance Firms
- Asset Integrity Management Services
- Pipeline Inspection Companies
- Industrial Leak And Valve Repair Service Providers
- Hardware And Technology Providers
- Engineering, Planning And Construction Advisors
- Legal Services Providers
- Associations & Academic Institutions
Eagle Ford Product Markets & Midstream Capacity 2012
The abundance of crude, condensate and NGLs being produced in the Eagle Ford relative to takeaway and refining capacity is driving both operators and midstream companies to think of innovative new options fast to ensure wells are not shut down and that optimal net backs are achieved on every barrel. With production rates expected to increase up until 2020 and beyond, E&P and midstream companies are rapidly ploughing resources and time into identifying new markets for crude and fractionated products, reach demand for crude outside of Corpus Christi and provide the adequate infrastructure needed to monetize Eagle Ford reserves.
- So what are the latest production trends in the Eagle Ford and what capacity is needed to market this production?
- Where are the latest takeaway facilities going to be located and how much product will they be able handle?
- Where is the optimal demand for specific Eagle Ford products and what refining markets will they go to?
- And how will the latest infrastructure developments affect pricing and overall netback?
The second annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Midstream Capacity 2012 featured over twenty carefully selected executive E&P and midstream speakers during two full days of presentations dedicated 100% to answering these questions to collectively drive forward the infrastructure needed to ensure wells never need shut down and that product can be quickly and cost effectively taken to markets.
The mission of the Eagle Ford Product Markets & Midstream Capacity 2012 was, for the second year running, to bring together E&P, midstream and downstream companies to examine new market opportunities for Eagle Ford crude, condensate and NGL to expedite refining and processing development, help balance supply and demand for midstream services and maximize product profit margins.
Day oneexamined the domestic and foreign market destinations for the Eagle Ford crude and NGLs and evaluate the timing and scope of the recent pipeline expansion projects to quantify availability
Day two examined production trends in the Eagle Ford before looking at the refining and processing capacities for crude and NGLs, and the necessity to comply with new environmental regulations
"Timely topics, knowledgeable speakers"
- What are the latest production trends in the Eagle Ford?
- What capacity is needed to market this production?
- Where are the latest takeaway facilities going to be located?
- How much product will they be able handle?
- Where is the optimal demand for Eagle Ford products and what refining markets will they go to?
- How will the latest infrastructure developments affect pricing and overall netback?
The second annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Midstream Capacity 2012 will feature over twenty carefully selected executive E&P and midstream speakers during two full days of presentations dedicated 100% to answering these questions and collectively drive forward the infrastructure needed to ensure wells never need shut down and that product can be quickly and cost effectively take to markets.
Topics being discussed include:
- ACCESS TO LOCAL MARKETS Evaluating Supply And Demand Of Crude Outside Corpus Christie To Identify New Product Markets
- NEW MARKETS FOR FRACTIONATED PRODUCTS Assessing The Domestic Appetite For NGLs To Determine Viable Markets For Fractionated Products: Ethane, Butane And Propane
- PIPELINE PROJECTS UPDATE Quantifying The Timing And Scope Of Pipeline Expansion Projects To Measure The Feasibility Of Take Taking Crude, High API Gravity Condensate And NGLs To Market
- REFINING PROCESSING & FRACTIONATION Examining Solutions For Guaranteeing Midstream Capacity In Texas And Louisiana
- REGULATIONS, COMPLIANCE & SAFETY Delivering Updates On The Latest Regulatory Changes In Relation To E&P Air Emissions And Safety To Provide A Basis For Efficient Compliance