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The senior executive of one of the region's major players provides an overview of its two prolific, world-class natural gas plays—comparing and contrasting supply dynamics and focusing on midstream infrastructure development and opportunities within the region.
Iain Eddie, Senior Vice President, USA , SNC - Lavalin
Robert G. Phillips, Chairman, President & CEO, Crestwood Equity Partners LP
EQT has strategically developed its pipeline business over the past decade to position itself as a premier midstream provider in the region. Join us to learn more about the past, present, and future of EQT’s midstream assets in the Appalachian Basin.
Operator Spotlight: Growing With The Marcellus & Utica
Greylock Energy, supported by $400 million of equity from ArcLight Capital, will focus on its 2,600 miles of gas gathering assets, over 4,400 operated wells, and 713,000 net acres in West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Leslie Haines, Executive Editor-at-Large, Hart Energy
Special Presentation: America’s New Energy Abundance
Unconventional plays like the Marcellus and Utica have fundamentally changed the worldwide energy industry. A noted energy researcher and author shares insights on how the "shale gale" has changed Appalachia, the U. S., and the world.
Peggy Williams, Vice President, Hart Energy
Meghan L. O'Sullivan, Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs & Director of the Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University’s Kennedy School
The weather has an immense impact on natural gas demand and the chain of producers, gatherers, processors, and pipelines that supply customers. An industry-focused meteorologist advises what the energy industry should watch for in daily and long-range forecasts.
Marathon Pipe Line operates more than 6,000 miles of underground pipeline in 16 states. These pipelines transport crude oil, and petroleum products to and from terminals, refineries and other pipelines across the nation. This executive will provide an update on its infrastructure assets, and the next step in its Appalachian pipeline projects.
Chris Sheehan, CFA, Senior Financial Analyst, Hart Energy
The industry’s focus on the Marcellus and Utica reservoirs has mainly been about natural gas, but what about the abundant gas liquids flowing from many of the region’s wells? The natural gas liquids market is changing—for the better
Joe Markman, Senior Editor, HartEnergy.com
Macgill James , Vice President - Supply Strategy, UGI Corporation
The U.S. and now Appalachia are using and exporting more natural gas, crude, and NGLs than ever before, and supply volumes are expected to grow significantly in the future. Where are the new export markets? How much production should we expect and what role will Appalachia play? Where is domestic demand growing (including petrochemical demand)? What does all this mean for midstream opportunities going forward?