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Our History

Throughout the most tumultuous period in the modern petroleum industry, Hart Energy has produced 100 of the most highly attended and broadly acclaimed industry conferences and exhibitions. Over 150,000 industry professionals have gathered at our events in the last 10 years.

For our attendees, sponsors and exhibitors, these events provide unprecedented regular access to top executives from the companies leading, financing and forecasting North America’s shale revolution, the globalization of LNG, and other major energy trends.

From upstream exploration and development of new resources to the rise of MLPs amid the greatest midstream infrastructure build-out in more than a generation, Hart Energy's journalists have assembled the best programs and attracted the most qualified audiences.



Hart Energy Conferences put you in the center of the action

We hold informative, impactful and innovative oil and gas conferences that attract the industry's best and brightest.

Over the past 10 years, 1,300 industry leaders and analysts have shared their knowledge and expertise on various Hart Energy stages. This blockbuster roster includes executives from companies such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, EOG Resources, Marathon Petroleum, Phillips 66, Devon Energy and more.

Latest News

In a $2.1 billion dollar transaction earlier this year, Sanchez Energy grew its position in the Eagle Ford to 335,000 net acres producing 76,000 BOE/d. Sanchez’s acquisition is just one of many industry-leading deals reviewed at the A&D Strategies and Opportunities conference and workshop in Dallas, TX September 6-7.

Executives from leading producers, including Antero Resources, Occidental, Rice Energy, and Consol Energy, will join top industry experts targeted presentations at the DUG East conference and exhibition in Pittsburgh, June 20-22.

Hart Energy’s 2017 DUG Permian Basin conference and exhibition provided ample evidence that industry producers are indeed “doubling-down on the Permian”. Attendance at the annual conference in Fort Worth, Texas, surged 30% above its 2016 crowd as recovering commodity prices and strict cost controls restored confidence and profitability in the country’s most active oil and gas province.