Operator Program

FREE ACCESS FOR OIL & GAS OPERATORS

Enter the exhibition hall at no cost! 

Operator Program Rules:

This program is exclusively for individuals employed by E&P companies, pipeline operators, refineries and utility companies. This program IS NOT VALID for service and supply companies, consulting firms, financial firms, law firms or any other companies or individuals that are contracted to work for operators.

Qualified individuals will receive a FREE Exhibit-Hall-Only pass and have the option to upgrade to a discounted Conference & Exhibition pass.

Ready to apply? Click here to submit your program application.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION

*Completing the application does not guarantee your registration 

The 2019 Operator Program is valid for the following events:

Operator Pass 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

*The Operator Pass Program is valid for new registrations only. The passes are not retroactive and cannot be applied for refunds.

Do you qualify for a free exhibit hall pass?

View the criteria below to see if you qualify for the Operator Program.

A company involved in the acquisition, exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas resources. E&P companies explore for, drill and produce hydrocarbons.

Examples of qualified E&P companies
include: Anadarko, Apache, BHP Billiton, BP, Cabot Oil & Gas, Chesapeake, CONSOL Energy, Hess, Pioneer Natural Resources, Range Resources, and Statoil – to name a few.

A company that owns the assets used for natural gas and liquids gathering, transmission and distribution.

Examples of qualified pipeline operators
include: Enbridge, Kinder Morgan, MarkWest Energy Partners, Phillips 66, Plains All American Pipeline, and TransCanada – to name a few.

 

A company that owns an industrial process plant where crude oil is processed and refined into a variety of petroleum products.

Examples of qualified refineries
include: ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Marathon Oil, Saudi Aramco, Tesoro Corp., and Valero Energy – to name a few.

 

A company that supplies retail natural gas to residential, industrial and commercial end users.

Examples of qualified utility companies include: Atmos Energy Corp., Dominion, Centerpoint Energy, Columbia Gas, Oklahoma Natural Gas, and National Fuel – to name a few.

 

Company types that do not qualify include service and supply companies, consulting firms, financial firms, law firms or any other companies or individuals that are contracted to work for operators.

EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS DO NOT QUALIFY and may not redeem this pass for company personnel.

If you are an exhibitor or sponsor, please contact Jennifer Jones at jjones@hartenergy.com for your company discount options.