In light of “social distancing” to limit the spread of COVID-19, Hart Energy is proactively moving some of its conferences and forums to dates later in 2020. As these dates change we will communicate with you and others in our audiences through the event websites and via e-mail notifications. We want all our attendees, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors to feel safe travelling to our events -- and to get the most out of them when they arrive. For questions regarding any of our events please feel free to contact us here. You can view our full event calendar here.
Over 160,000 energy professionals attended our events in the last 17 years. From upstream resource development to the greatest infrastructure build-out in a generation, Hart Energy's journalists curate valued, relevant programs for the most qualified audiences.
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Years of Events
Alan Smith, president and CEO of Rockcliff Energy, explains the Haynesville Shale advantage and why that might be misunderstood by the investment community.
A conversation with three commercial bankers reveals that the RBL markets are “open for business,” but none of them are promising it’s going to be easy for oil and gas producers to get fast cash backed by reserves.
Before the coronavirus pandemic and the oil price war, public investors had already thrown down the gauntlet to E&Ps. Companies, arguably, were learning to adapt, and they must keep doing so to access public capital in the new environment.