With its robust conference program, executive-level speakers and interactive technology exhibits, the DUG Bakken and Niobrara event delivers the information and contacts your business needs to succeed in 2015. Join us in Denver for candid discussions on how producers in the Bakken and Niobrara are cutting costs by operating more efficiently. Click here to learn more about why you can't afford to miss the region's #1 unconventional resources event.
Conference & Exhibition Pass includes: 3-day access to the conference sessions, speaker Q&A sessions, exhibition hall, keynote luncheon presentation featuring Gen. John R. Allen (USMC, ret.), all networking breaks and cocktail receptions, and post-conference access to the speaker presentations.
Exhibit-Hall-Only Pass includes: 3-day access to the exhibition hall, all networking breaks and cocktail receptions.
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President and COO Hess Corp.
Chairman and CEO Whiting Petroleum Corp.
Chairman Petrie Partners
President & COO Oasis Petroleum Inc.
Managing Director Sterne Agee
Drilling and Completions Manager Newfield Exploration Co.
Founder OAG Analytics
Vice President Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC
Co-CEO Synergy Resources Corp.
Debt Management: Resolute Deals Noncore Midland Basin Assets Resolute Energy Corp. (NYSE: REN) shifted a shovelful of dirt March 30, dealing Permian Basin assets as it tries to dig itself out from under a heap of debt.
The Denver-based company said it entered into an agreement to sell certain noncore assets in the Midland Basin in West Texas. The properties will be sold to a private party for about $42 million.
The divested assets consist of operated and nonoperated properties primarily located in Howard County, Texas.
"Overall, the sale is small but positive news, but given the level of debt outstanding, there is still more work for REN to do," said David Tameron, senior analyst, Wells Fargo Securities LLC, in a report.
Canada’s New Brunswick Votes To Ban Fracking The Maritime province's government requires five conditions be met before the one-year moratorium is reconsidered or lifted. Regulations cover environment and health, wastewater, aboriginal relations and social license, Reuters said.