A new name, expanded coverage – From DUG Bakken & Niobrara to DUG Rockies, Hart Energy has maintained its focus on world-class content from the region's most-active producers. We are expanding our geographic focus to reflect changes we see in the field. The event will cover activity across the Rocky Mountains and Northern Great Plains in addition to continuing in-depth coverage of the Bakken and Niobrara.
Plays Covered: Bakken, Three Forks, Niobrara, Codell, Mancos, Parkman, Turner, Frontier, Mesaverde, Wasatch, Fort Union
One thing is certain for producers – efficiency is still key. Challenged by geography, infrastructure and distance to markets, companies are slashing breakeven prices by optimizing their best assets. Find out what's working, what's not and what's next for producers in the West, including updates on midstream additions.
Hart Energy invites employees at E&P companies, pipeline operators, refineries and utility companies to enter the DUG Rockies exhibit hall at no cost. Plus, you have the option to upgrade to a full conference pass to attend the 15+ conference sessions. To submit your qualifying application and register, click here.
President and COO Hess Corp.
Chairman, President and CEO Whiting Petroleum Corp.
Vice President, Resource Development, Continental Resources Inc.
CEO Centennial Resource Development
President & COO Oasis Petroleum Inc.
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, WPX Energy, Inc.
Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Laramie Energy II LLC
Obama’s Fight: Keeping Oil, Gas In The Ground HOUSTON—The White House’s big initiative for 2016: keep fossil fuels in the ground.
President Barack Obama is preparing to take steps to close a significant gap between the U.S. climate pledge in Paris and the country’s current trajectory, made increasingly evident in his recent budget proposal for fiscal year 2017.
Not only does it include a $10 per barrel oil fee to be paid by U.S. producers, it’s cover-to-cover driven by climate change, said Dan Naatz, senior vice president of government relations and political affairs for the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA).
The president’s aggressive action on climate change shouldn’t come to a surprise, Naatz said at the NAPE business conference on Feb. 10.