Our History

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.

As a business information provider to energy professionals and investors since 1973, Hart Energy navigates varied media channels and formats. Legacy print publications support an expanding roster of events, digital platforms, data services, video content, and social media initiatives that bring qualified buyers and sellers together across the world’s critical energy markets.

Live events represent a core business for us. The Hart Energy team has proudly produced more than 100 of the most highly attended and broadly acclaimed energy conferences in the 21st century.

For attendees, sponsors and exhibitors, Hart Energy conferences and exhibitions provide unprecedented access to executives and technology leaders. Our speakers and audiences represent the private and public companies leading, financing and enabling North America’s shale revolution, globalization of LNG, and other major energy trends.

 

17

Years of Events

1.3k

Industry speakers

160k

Event Attendees

>33%

Operator Attendance

 
 
 
 
 
 

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 17 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.

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Things have changed for the upstream sector and the first quarter proves it, according to energy analyst Subash Chandra, who shared several of his takeaways at Hart Energy’s DUG Permian Basin and Eagle Ford conference and exhibition on May 16.

“The initiative is an all-in approach where we say that virtually all methane emissions from the industry can and should be avoided,” OGCI’s Julien Perez said of the coalition’s global goals at Hart Energy’s Carbon Management Conference on May 16.

Houston needs to be rebranded as a partner in the energy transition versus an obstruction to the future of energy, industry veteran Bobby Tudor told attendees of Hart Energy’s Energy Transition Capital Conference on May 10.