On April 2, over 2,000 oil and gas industry professionals, 200+ exhibitors, 38 sponsors and 25+ speakers will converge in Denver, Colorado to explore new opportunities and address the most important issues facing the resource-rich shale plays throughout the Rockies. Secure your seat today!
Keynote Luncheon Event — Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at this year's first blockbuster film "Lone Survivor." Hear directly from the film's writer/director Peter Berg, and from best selling author Marcus Lutrell, who wrote the book from which the movie was adapted. Space is limited! Learn more
Conference Agenda — Don't miss three packed days of exclusive region-specific content and targeted networking opportunities with over 2,000 industry professionals. Access 15 conference sessions led by senior-level speakers from companies like Continental Resources, Centennial Resource Development, Liberty Resources, Oasis Petroleum, American Eagle Energy Crop., Noble Energy, PDC Energy, Jeffries, Whiting Petroleum, and more! View the complete Conference Agenda
Exhibition — With 200+ exhibitors demonstrating the industry's newest products, solutions and technologies, you will get hands-on access to new solutions that can impact your business. Check out this year's Exhibitor List
Play DUG Bakken and Niobrara BINGO
All DUG Bakken and Niobrara attendees will have the opportunity to win a brand new Harley-Davidson! To participate, pick up a BINGO card at the registration counter. Then, visit and receive a stamp from all 25 participating booths and you'll be entered to win the Harley-Davidson!
Passage to Midland: McClendon Deal Funds Independent’s Plans In 2012, as Tall City Exploration LLC was formed in the Permian Basin, its founders were already eyeing the exits.
On Nov. 24, the company cracked open the door a little wider, collecting $440 million in cash and notes from American Energy - Permian Basin LLC (AEPB) for Midland Basin acreage.
The deal includes Tall City's 14,000 net acres of leasehold primarily in Reagan County, with production of 1,400 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d).
The private, independent company followed a predictable but lucrative recipe that has of late become infrequent as acquisitions and divestitures have migrated to the corporate world.