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Well Interference: The Business & Engineering Challenges
This half-day forum addresses well interference in developing tight oil and gas resources. Topics include current understanding of the phenomenon, specific issues in tight formations, and emerging methods industry experts are using to address these issues. Click HERE for Well Interference Forum agenda.
Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall
Registration Opens & Networking Breakfast On The Exhibit Floor
Gear up for a lively day by having breakfast on us. Join fellow attendees to meet new contacts and greet old friends, including exhibitors and speakers.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Opening Keynote: Driving Recovery Factors Up
This leading operator is making resounding progress in driving up recovery factors in the Eagle Ford. Listen as it outlines its approach to the play and talks about what works.
Analyst Panel: Economics of the Eagle Ford
The Eagle Ford is a mature shale play, but it can generate free cash flow. These experts share insights on current well economics, breakeven costs, pricing variables and more.
Macroeconomic Spotlight: South Texas Exports to the World
In the world of physical commodities, South Texas is location advantaged. As Corpus Christi booms with infrastructure, the region is becoming an energy export star.
Operator Panel: The Private Approach
This pair of private operators talks about how they assembled and delineated unique assets. What attracted them and what special sauce do they bring to development?
A&D Roundtable: Exits & Entrances
Asset sales by BHP, Wildhorse and Pioneer Natural Resources have reshaped the play. These A&D experts assess the impact of done deals and how they see deals to come.
Afternoon Keynote: Eagle Ford & EOR
Groundbreaking work in enhanced oil recovery is being done by this operator. Here, it shares some early results and talks about lessons learned to date.
Technical Roundtable: Legacy Practices vs. New Well Performance
Rig counts in the play have fallen, yet oil and gas produced per new well have risen spectacularly. This panel picks apart reasons and offers predictions on new efficiencies.
Operator Spotlight: The New Neighbor
This operator sums up how premium pricing, fast cycle times, great reservoirs and big wells made its decision to move into the play a logical choice.
Operator Panel: East Side Players
These Eagle Ford operators focus on the gassy east side. Here, they reveal their targeted product mixes and the strategies they are using to develop their assets.
Midstream Panel: Pushing Gas to Markets
The Eagle Ford produces some 6.8 Bcf/d of natural gas. These midstream operators talk about piping U.S. gas to Mexican markets and reaching international markets via LNG.
Networking Event on the Exhibit Hall Floor
Exhibit Hall Closes
Registration & Exhibit Floor Opens
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Opening Keynote: Continued Liquids Growth
This operator’s perspective spans the Eagle Ford. Here, it shares results and plans for its acreage and thoughts on future development in the oil, gas and condensate windows.
Operator Panel: Karnes Karma
Karnes County is the beating heart of the Eagle Ford. This operator shares its plans in the Trough and particular opportunities it is pursuing in this prolific core area.
Roundtable: Minerals In The Eagle Ford
These minerals companies reveal why they planted their flags in the Eagle Ford, discuss their strategies for growth, trends in mineral prices -- and remaining opportunities.
Panel: Chalk Talk
The Austin Chalk is back and delivering exceptional wells. Production grows while questions swirl about the ultimate potential of this familiar yet perplexing reservoir.