4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014

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Production growth in the Eagle Ford has continued to soar throughout 2014 with crude volumes rapidly approaching 1.5 million barrels per day and natural gas volumes set to top 7000 million cubic feet per day by the year's end.

Despite recent build out of infrastructure it is still vital that takeaway capacity continues to keep up with rising production volumes, and that Eagle Ford producers find new markets for their products.

This year, however, Eagle Ford E&Ps and midstream operators are now facing a new range of challenges in getting their products to market. These include the proliferation of highly volatile condensate, the need for alternative takeaway options such as rail, truck and barge, and the drive to find new markets including retrofitted refineries for light crude, splitters for condensate and increased demand in Mexico for natural gas.

To respond to these challenges, leading E&Ps and midstream companies in the Eagle Ford will be meeting at the 4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014 to share solutions for ensuring takeaway capacity & markets keep up with rapidly increasing volumes of supply of crude, condensates, natural gas and NGLs in the Eagle Ford.

Welcoming you back this year, the new agenda has been totally revamped to reflect the changing landscape of takeaway infrastructure and market destinations for Eagle Ford products, with over 20 brand new case studies based on work done in the last 6 months.

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4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014

  1. 1. 4th Annual The Only E&P-Led Midstream Congress Devoted To Uncovering The Latest Updates On Eagle Ford Production Forecasts, Takeaway Capacity And Product Markets Forecasting Production Volumes & Examining Progress In Establishing Condensate Splitters & Stabilizers, Increasing Crude By Rail, Barge & Pipeline Capacity, Optimizing Gas Processing Infrastructure & Finding New Markets To Ensure Takeaway Capacity & Markets Keep Up With Rapidly Increasing Volumes Of Supply In The Eagle Ford Key Issues To Be Discussed In 2014 Include: August 27-28, 2014 | Houston | Texas Featuring Insights From Leading Eagle Ford E&Ps, Midstream Operators & Refiners, Including: M F o l l o w u s @ U n c o n v e n t O i l G a s www.eagle-ford-takeaway-markets-2014.com Register By Friday June 6, 2014 SAVE $400 • CONDENSATE FOCUS: This year will feature extensive analysis of the latest solutions for establishing condensate splitters and stabilizers to meet supply and examine options for optimizing existing pipelines for condensate takeaway • CRUDE BY PIPELINES, RAIL, BARGE & TRUCK: Providing the latest updates on crude pipeline projects in the Eagle Ford and – a new expanded focus to examine how rail, barge and truck can be optimized to help takeaway capacity keep up with ever-rising production volumes • OPTIMIZING GAS PROCESSING & STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE: With gas processing infrastructure now in place, this year’s congress will assess how it can be optimized to ensure that the maximum proportion of higher value NGLs are being produced to ensure higher netbacks for producers and evaluate how current low gas storage levels will impact market dynamics Stuart Nance VP Marketing Reliance Holding USA Brandon Seale President Howard Energy Mexico Tom Guzikowski VP Crude & Condensate Business Development Kinder Morgan Mark Thomas SVP Commercial Development Tristream Energy Matthew Goitia President & CEO Peaker Energy Ken James Co-President & CEO Oakpoint Energy Gerardo E. Rivera VP NGLs Southcross Energy Organized by • CONDENSATE MARKETS IN THE U.S. & CANADA: Evaluating how new splitters and developments in demand from Canada will drive pricing and demand levels for Eagle Ford condensates • CRUDE REFINERY RECONFIGURATIONS & CRUDE EXPORTS: Examining progress being made in retrofitting refineries to receive light sweet crude from the Eagle Ford and analyzing how potential changes to crude export regulations could impact market dynamics • GAS DEMAND FROM LNG EXPORTS & MEXICO: Quantifying what impact fresh natural gas demand from Mexico power plants, LNG exports and the domestic manufacturing industry will have on gas pricing and whether it will be enough to cause producers to re-evaluate gas-prone targets Dupre Logistics “Good overall content discussing the most recent developments in the Eagle Ford.” Chris Guith VP Policy US Chamber Of Commerce
  2. 2. www.eagle-ford-takeaway-markets-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com Production growth in the Eagle Ford has continued to soar throughout 2014 with crude volumes rapidly approaching 1.5 million barrels per day and natural gas volumes set to top 7000 million cubic feet per day by the year’s end. Despite recent build out of infrastructure, it is still vital that takeaway capacity continues to keep up with rising production volumes and that Eagle Ford producers find new markets for their products. This year, however, Eagle Ford E&Ps and midstream operators are now facing a new range of challenges in getting their products to market. These include the proliferation of highly volatile condensate, the need for alternative takeaway options such as rail, truck and barge, and the drive to find new markets including retrofitted refineries for light crude, splitters for condensate and increased demand in Mexico for natural gas. To respond to these challenges, leading E&Ps and midstream companies in the Eagle Ford will be meeting at 4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014, to share solutions for ensuring takeaway capacity & markets keep up with rapidly increasing volumes of supply of crude, condensates, natural gas and NGLs in the Eagle Ford. Welcoming you back this year, the new agenda has been totally revamped to reflect the changing landscape of takeaway infrastructure and market destinations for Eagle Ford products, with over 20 brand new case studies based on work done in the last 6 months. It will be an unmissable opportunity to find out how all rapid changes to production volumes, takeaway capacity and markets for Eagle Ford products will impact prices and netbacks for companies working in the play. 4th Annual Full 2014 Speaker Faculty JW Marriott Houston 5150 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas, 77056 Tel: 1-713-961-1500 Web: www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/ travel/houjw-jw-marriott-houston Venue Information: StuartNance,VPMarketing,RelianceHoldingUSA BrandonSeale,President,HowardEnergyMexico TomGuzikowski,VPCrude&CondensateBusiness Development,KinderMorgan MarkThomas,SVPCommercialDevelopment, TristreamEnergy VinceDiCosimo,VPPetroleumLogistics,Targa Resources MatthewGoitia,President&CEO,PeakerEnergy JohnRoller,VPTerminals,NuStarEnergy KenJames,Co-President&CEO,OakpointEnergy GerardoE.Rivera,VPNGLs,SouthcrossEnergy MarkLuitweiler,EVPOperations,PeakerEnergy ChrisGuith,VPPolicy,USChamberOfCommerce JamesRader,SVPCompliance,WatcoCompanies TristanAbbey,RepublicanProfessional,USSenate Energy&NaturalResourcesCommitttee PaulSmith,SeniorDirectorInfrastructure,America’s NaturalGasAlliance Day 1 will provide the very latest data on forecasted combined production volumes of condensate, crude, natural gas & NGLs in the Eagle Ford, examine progress in establishing condensate splitters and stabilizers, strategies for capitalizing on rail, truck and barge takeaway options, and solutions for optimizing gas processing and storage infrastructure. Day 2 is entirely devoted to identifying developments in finding new domestic and international markets for Eagle Ford products. Speakers will break down new market opportunities on a commodity-by-commodity basis. Firstly, they will examine how U.S. based condensate splitters and demand for diluent in Canada will drive demand for rapidly rising Eagle Ford condensate production. Leading refiners will then explain how retrofits to their refineries will impact demand for light sweet crude production in the Eagle Ford, before multiple industry stakeholders discuss the implications of potential changes to crude export laws. Finally, speakers will analyze new markets for Eagle Ford natural gas, including how demand from Mexican power plants, LNG export facilities and the domestic manufacturing industry will impact natural gas prices. BP “Great opportunity to meet new people from different areas and explore new opportunities.” Sabine O&G “Lots of really good information, covering various topics that will drive the future of the Eagle Ford Shale.” Day 1 Day 2 E&P Hunt Refining “A rare opportunity to meet and hear from all different fronts involved in this exciting, new developing topic. Producers, traders, midstream, railroads, rail service providers, refiners and others gather to share and update information.” Kinder Morgan “A very comprehensive overview of the play.” Midstream Register By Friday June 6, 2014 SAVE $400
  3. 3. EAGLE FORD PRODUCTION FORECASTS & TAKEAWAY CAPACITY 2014 Forecasting production volumes of condensate, crude, natural gas & NGLs in the Eagle Ford & evaluating progress in establishing condensate infrastructure, alternative crude takeaway options & optimizing gas processing & storage Day 1 Wednesday August 27, 2014 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks StuartNance,VPMarketing,RelianceHoldingUSA PRODUCTION FORECASTS Providing The Very Latest Data On Projected Volumes Of Condensate, Crude, Natural Gas & NGLs Coming Out Of The Eagle Ford To Determine Takeaway Capacity Requirements PRODUCTION FORECASTS 8.40 Projecting The Volumes Of Condensate, Crude & Natural Gas That Eagle Ford E&Ps Expect To Produce To Determine Takeaway Capacity Requirements & Quantify The Need For New Markets This session will provide the most up-to-date data on forecasted combined production volumes from the Eagle Ford in the short and long-term based on E&P drilling plans. To reflect growing infrastructure & market challenges surrounding condensate production, there will be a special focus on condensate production volumes before analyzing crude & natural gas production volumes in general. Focus points will include: • Evaluating the extent to which producers expect high levels of condensate production to continue to determine if the current glut will increase • Quantifying the volumes of crude that producers are committed to producing in the short and long-term and how this will affect pricing • Analyzing whether increased demand from natural gas from LNG exports could lead producers to re-evaluate more gas-prone targets and lead to an upswing in gas production • Predicting how long Eagle Ford producers will continue with aggressive drilling plans to determine the pace at which takeaway capacity has to grow to keep up StuartNance,VPMarketing,RelianceHoldingUSA 9.10 Question & Answer Session CONDENSATE INFRASTRUCTURE Examining Progress In Establishing Condensate Splitters & Stabilizers In The Eagle Ford To Handle The Current Glut Of Production CONDENSATE SPLITTERS 9.20 Mapping Out The Locations, Capacity & Timescales Of Planned Condensate Splitters To Determine Whether It Will Be Sufficient To Meet Rising Supply From The Eagle Ford • Detailing progress being made in establishing condensate splitters to process Eagle Ford condensates into products that can be exported • Quantifying the capacity of current and planned condensate splitters to determine what volume of Eagle Ford condensates they can accommodate • Mapping out the locations of planned condensate splitter infrastructure to determine where the closest options will be for Eagle Ford producers • Providing timescales for new condensate splitters to come on stream to allow producers to plan their production and marketing strategy • Evaluating competition for condensate splitter capacity from other plays such as the Permian and Bakken to determine the extent to which Eagle Ford condensates will be prioritized TomGuzikowski,VPCrude&CondensateBusinessDevelopment, KinderMorgan 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area CONDENSATE STABILIZERS 10.30 Examining Strategies For Establishing Condensate Stabilizers In The Eagle Ford To Improve The Safety Of Transportation & Storage • Examining plans for establishing condensate stabilizers in the Eagle Ford to reduce the API gravity prior to transportation • Quantifying the tangible improvements to safety that can be made through the use of condensate stabilizers • Evaluating how many condensate stabilizer units will be required to meet forecasted condensate production volumes in the Eagle Ford • Specifying the API gravities at which the use of stabilizers is necessary to ensure storage and transportation safety MarkThomas,SVPCommercialDevelopment,TristreamEnergy 11.00 Question & Answer Session CONDENSATE & CRUDE PIPELINES Providing An Update On New Pipeline Takeaway Projects For Eagle Ford Crude & How Takeaway Infrastructure Is Being Optimized To Increased Volumes Of Condensates CONDENSATE & CRUDE PIPELINES 11.10 Providing An Update On Eagle Ford Crude & Condensate Pipeline Takeaway Projects To Determine Whether They Can Keep Up With Supply • Quantifying the current gap in takeaway capacity for Eagle Ford crude and condensate compared with production volumes • Forecasting timelines for new takeaway capacity to come online to determine whether it will keep up with exponentially growing supply • Evaluating how existing pipeline infrastructure can be optimized to handle increased condensate volumes • Explaining plans for ensuring that new pipelines will be able to serve a more diversified selection of markets MatthewGoitia,President&CEO,PeakerEnergy 11.40 Question & Answer Session 11.50 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area ALTERNATIVE CRUDE TAKEAWAY OPTIONS Evaluating The Contribution That Alternatives To Pipelines Such As Barge, Rail & Trucks Can Make To Meeting Eagle Ford Takeaway Requirements CRUDE BY BARGE 12.50 Analyzing Crude By Barge Capacity & Routes In The Eagle Ford And How Much It Can Contribute To Finding Optimally Priced Markets • Quantifying barge capacity for transporting Eagle Ford to domestic markets via water to determine whether it can meet burgeoning demand • Explaining future plans for building new barges for inland waterways to forecast how much additional capacity will be coming on line • Evaluating plans for increasing storage capacity at docks to mitigate logistical bottlenecks • Understanding the extent to which shipping crude by barge can open up new markets inaccessible by pipeline to find optimally priced destinations at any given time • Determining what impact crude exports would have on the availability of Jones Act ships for domestic transfer of crude by barge VinceDiCosimo,VPPetroleumLogistics,TargaResources 1.20 Question & Answer Session OPTIMIZING CRUDE BY RAIL 1.30 Understanding How Crude By Rail Routes & Infrastructure Can Synergize With Existing Pipeline Locations To Deliver Reduced Shipping Costs & More Flexible Market Destinations • Examining how railroad operators and transloaders can capitalize on existing pipeline infrastructure to capture synergies that reduce the cost of shipping Eagle Ford crude by rail • Mapping out which pipelines have an ability to offload to rail and thereby offer more versatile market destinations • Evaluating the ability of rail to handle condensates to determine how far it can contribute to getting increased condensate volumes to market • Determining the extent to which rail is still required in the Eagle Ford in the context of increased pipeline capacity JohnRoller,VPTerminals,NuStarEnergy 2.00 Question & Answer Session 2.10 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area CRUDE-BY-RAIL SAFETY AND REGULATION 2.40 Evaluating How New Safety Standards For Crude By Rail Will Impact Railcar Availability & Cost For Eagle Ford Producers • Explaining what Eagle Ford producers and midstream companies need to know about incoming regulations and standards for crude by rail • Determining the extent to which DOT-111 tank cars will have to be phased out and how this will impact railcar availability • Explaining what railroads and railcar owners are doing to ensure a railcar supply will continue to match demand in the Eagle Ford • Quantifying the overall effect of incoming safety standards on the commercial viability of transporting crude by rail in the Eagle Ford JamesRader,SVPCompliance,WatcoCompanies 3.10 Question & Answer Session CRUDE TRUCKING 3.20 Benchmarking Strategies For Improving The Cost- Efficiency, Safety & Availability Of Trucking Eagle Ford Crude To Market • Identifying strategies for reducing fuel costs when trucking crude to deliver improved cost efficiencies • Understanding what can be done to cost-effectively maximize the safety of moving crude by truck • Providing an overview of current supply and demand dynamics for trucks that can haul crude when pipelines are not available • Evaluating how increased usage of crude by rail would impact demand for trucks to take crude to loading terminals and how this would affect overall trucking availability MarkLuitweiler,EVPOperations,PeakerEnergy 3.50 Question & Answer Session OPTIMZING GAS PROCESSING & STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE Understanding What Steps Are Being Taken To Optimize Gas Processing & Storage Infrastructure To Maximize Volumes Of Higher Value NGLs & Meet Rising Demand For Natural Gas GAS PROCESSING INFRASTRUCTURE 4.00 Evaluating How Gas Processing Plant Operators Are Optimizing Current Infrastructure To Maximize The Amount Of Higher Value NGLs Produced • Examining steps being taken to maximize the amount of higher value NGLs being produced by gas processing plants to improve economics • Evaluating how the trend for increased preferences for propane and other heavier products rather than ethane affects gas processing requirements • Understanding hydrogen sulfide content and options for removal and disposal • Providing an update on planned projects for building cryogenic gas plants to process Eagle Ford natural gas GerardoE.Rivera,VPNGLs,SouthcrossEnergy 4.30 Question & Answer Session GAS STORAGE 4.40 Analyzing How Current Low Levels Of Gas Storage Will Impact Gas Prices & Market Dynamics • Forecasting how much gas storage supplies will continue to fall and how this will interact with rising demand • Evaluating the extent to which low storage levels will impact natural gas prices • Determining what levels of demand current storage levels will be able to support • Understanding what lessons can be learnt from previous years such as 2006 when there were similar low levels of gas storage 5.10 Question & Answer Session 5.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.30 – 6.30 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.eagle-ford-takeaway-markets-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
  4. 4. CRUDE EXPORT REGULATIONS 11.40 Analyzing The Current State Of The Debate Around Lifting The Crude Exports Ban & Analyzing How This Would Impact Market Dynamics • Providing an overview the current regulatory landscape to determine the likelihood of the crude exports ban being overturned • Evaluating what kind of timescales are realistic for overturning the ban and what steps producers can take to prepare • Analyzing the impact that a reversal of the crude exports ban would have on crude pricing for Eagle Ford producers • Understanding what steps can be taken by the industry to improve the likelihood of the ban being overturned to help drive a rise in prices ChrisGuith,VPPolicy,USChamberOfCommerce TristanAbbey,RepublicanProfessional,USSenateEnergy& NaturalResourcesCommittee 12.10 Question & Answer Session 12.20 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area CRUDE EXPORTS: MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PANEL 1.20 Clarifying The Views Of Different Stakeholders On The Pros & Cons Of Overturning The Crude Export Ban To Determine How The Industry Can Move Forward Together On The Issue • Providing perspectives from Eagle Ford E&Ps on the benefits of overturning the ban on crude exports and how it would impact crude pricing • Explaining the reservations of refiners surrounding crude exports and the extent to which they are committed to resisting an overturn of the ban • Evaluating how prepared the shipping industry would be to serve the crude export market if the ban were to be overturned • Determining the extent to which crude exports would impact the economic viability of planned condensate splitter projects which are premised on the current regulatory environment StuartNance,VPMarketing,RelianceHoldingUSA TomGuzikowski,VPCrude&CondensateBusinessDevelopment, KinderMorgan TristanAbbey,RepublicanProfessional,USSenateEnergy& NaturalResourcesCommittee 1.50 Question & Answer Session EAGLE FORD NATURAL GAS MARKETS Exploring New Markets For Eagle Ford Natural Gas From LNG Exports, Mexican Power Plants & The Domestic Manufacturing Industry & Gauging What Impact It Will Have On Prices MEXICO NATURAL GAS MARKETS 2.00 Quantifying Demand For Eagle Ford Natural Gas In Mexico & Evaluating How It Will Impact Pricing Dynamics & Pipeline Takeaway Requirements • Projecting short and long-term demand for natural gas from Mexico and what opportunities there will be for Eagle Ford producers to meet it • Examining how new gas-powered power plants in Mexico will drive increased demand for natural gas from the Eagle Ford • Providing a roadmap to how Eagle Ford producers can achieve 4 BCF of natural gas exports to Mexico per day by 2020 • Evaluating progress in expanding pipeline infrastructure capacity to take Eagle Ford natural gas to Mexican markets BrandonSeale, President,HowardEnergyMexico 2.30 Question & Answer Session 2.40 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area 9.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks EAGLE FORD CONDENSATE MARKETS Examining New Markets For Eagle Ford Condensates In The U.S. & Canada To Determine Where Producers Can Find Optimally Priced Destination CONDENSATE MARKETS & PRICING 9.10 Projecting How New Condensate Splitter Capacity Will Impact Prices For Eagle Ford Producers • Cutting through the rumors: Quantifying how many condensate splitters will actually get built to determine the impact they will have on prices • Evaluating whether new crude splitters can create a big enough market for condensates to remove any necessity for changes to export laws • Forecasting how many local splitters will be built in the Eagle Ford to minimize takeaway needs and ensure priority for producers in the basin • Explaining what kind of commitment proponents of splitter projects need from producers to justify their investment to clarify the role producers can play in encouraging capacity expansions VinceDiCosimo,VPPetroleumLogistics,TargaResources 9.40 Question & Answer Session CANADIAN CONDENSATE MARKETS: CANADA 9.50 Forecasting Demand Trends For Condensate In Canada To Determine The Extent That It Can Contribute To An Upswing In Prices • Quantifying demand for condensates in Canada to be used as diluent for bitumen transportation • Evaluating whether combined demand for condensates from the Canadian oil sands market and planned U.S. based splitters is enough to keep up with supply • Providing an update on pipeline projects for getting condensate to Canadian markets to determine whether it can meet supply and demand volumes • Comparing the prices that can be attracted for condensates in the Canadian oil sands market vs. U.S. based condensate splitters to see which offers the better economics for producers KenJames,Co-President&CEO,OakpointEnergy 10.20 Question & Answer Session 10.30 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area EAGLE FORD CRUDE MARKETS Examining Progress In Retrofitting Refineries To Handle More Of The Light Sweet Crude Coming Out Of The Eagle Ford & Analyzing How Potential Crude Exports Could Impact Market Dynamics LIGHT SWEET CRUDE REFINING CAPACITY 11.00 Evaluating Plans For Reconfiguring Refineries To Handle Light Sweet Crude And How They Will Impact Demand & Pricing For Eagle Ford Producers • Explaining the progress being made by refiners to reconfigure their refineries to handle lighter crudes • Forecasting what impact refinery upgrades will have on prices for lighter crudes coming out of the Eagle Ford • Evaluating competition from other basins such as the Permian and Bakken for refinery light crude capacity to determine how much Eagle Ford producers will benefit from refinery upgrades • Breaking down the costs associated with upgrading refiners to refine lighter grades and whether costs will be passed on to the producers 11.30 Question & Answer Session LNG EXPORTS 3.10 Evaluating What Impact Proposed LNG Export Terminals Will Have On Natural Gas Prices & How Much This Will Benefit Eagle Ford Producers & Midstream Operators • Forecasting how increased demand for natural gas from LNG export terminals will impact pricing dynamics • Projecting timescales for LNG export terminals to come online to determine how soon they can contribute to absorbing Eagle Ford supply • Evaluating how many LNG export terminals are likely to get built to quantify the impact on natural gas prices • Providing an overview of how LNG exports could drive investment in midstream gas infrastructure in the Eagle Ford • Determining the extent to which LNG export terminals will drive Eagle Ford producers towards re-evaluating gas prone plays and lead to increased production volumes of natural gas PaulSmith,SeniorDirectorInfrastructure,America’sNaturalGas Alliance 3.40 Question & Answer Session GAS DEMAND FROM PETROCHEMICALS & STEEL INDSUTRY 3.50 Examining What Impact The Growth Of The Domestic Petrochemicals, Steel & Other Manufacturing Industries Will Have On Natural Gas Prices • Determining what impact the growing domestic plastics manufacturing industry can have on natural gas demand and prices • Comparing demand for natural gas for petrochemicals to forecasted demand from LNG exports and Mexican power plants to determine which will be the most important price driver for Eagle Ford producers • Providing an update on new steel manufacturing plants local to the Eagle Ford to determine how much capacity is being brought online • Evaluating the extent to which they can contribute to increasing prices for natural gas coming out of the Eagle Ford 4.20 Question & Answer Session OPTIMIZING EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE TO MEET NEW MARKETS Evaluating How Existing Infrastructure Can Be Optimally Utilized To Serve New Markets For Eagle Ford Crude, Condensates & Natural Gas OPTIMIZING EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE 4.30 Examining How Existing Eagle Ford Infrastructure Can Be Optimized To Maximize The Volumes Of Product That Reach New Markets • Determining how close existing takeaway infrastructure is to meeting forecasted supply volumes of Eagle Ford crude, condensates and gas • Evaluating how technology can be used to expand takeaway capacity on existing infrastructure to reduce the need for building new pipelines • Explaining the role Eagle Ford products can play in helping midstream operators ensure their infrastructure is of maximum value to them • Identifying options for increasing capacity by putting in additional pump stations to existing infrastructure MatthewGoitia,President&CEO,PeakerEnergy 5.00 Question & Answer Session 5.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks Day 2 Thursday August 28, 2014 EVALUATING NEW MARKETS FOR EAGLE FORD CONDENSATES, CRUDE, NATURAL GAS & NGLS Identifying developments in finding new domestic and international markets for Eagle Ford condensates, crude, natural gas and NGLs to maximize the prices that can be secured for each commodity www.eagle-ford-takeaway-markets-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
  5. 5. Sponsorship Opportunities With several billion dollars worth of takeaway infrastructure projects already underway in the Eagle Ford in 2014 - the 4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014 Congress offers the premier forum for you to engage with key decision makers across Eagle Ford’s E&Ps and midstream operators, to outline your vital technology advances and unveil your best solutions for optimizing takeaway capacity or processing capabilities to maximize profitability in the Eagle Ford. Andrew Barrett + (1) 800 721 3915 sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com To secure your booth or discuss tailor-made sponsorship packages, contact: Who Will You Meet: DEMONSTRATE THOUGHT LEADERSHIP Do your customers know what differentiates you from your competitors? Demonstrate your market knowledge and expertise through a unique thought leadership opportunity to position yourself and company as a true industry leader or pioneer. If you are able to provide solutions to topics covered on our agenda we can even offer you a perfectly-timed speaking opportunity enabling you to use targeted, editorially reviewed keynote presentations to your target audience to give your company a competitive edge in the market. RAISE BRAND AWARENESS AND INCREASE YOUR PROFILE Any service or solution selected by industry leaders when optimizing takeaway or processing capabilities is subject to careful comparative cost-benefit analysis. In a fiercely competitive market, we offer tailored packages to ensure your organization is at the forefront when these decisions are being made to create a clear profile, build credibility and demonstrate market leadership to ensure that you can capitalize on industry investment opportunities. To further cement your leadership position and raise your brand awareness, we can even provide high value branding opportunities before, during and after the congress. MEET AND NETWORK WITH DECISION MAKERS Thought leadership, branding and profiling are converted into contracts through extensive face-to-face relationship building. As a dedicated event for Eagle Ford E&P and midstream operators, this intimate forum allows you to meet specific job titles in one place at one time, giving you the best possible chance of influencing key decision makers. Key Eagle Ford Stakeholders Such As: • E&P Companies Operating In The Eagle Ford • U.S. Oil & Gas Majors • Crude Pipeline Operators • Condensate Splitter Operators • Gas & NGL Pipelines Operators • Gas Gathering Processing Companies • Rail Operators • Marine & Barge Terminal Operators • LNG Terminal Operators • Refiners In Texas & The Gulf Coast • Fractionation Companies • Petrochemical Companies • Gas Gathering & Processing Companies CEOs, COOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Team Leads & Chiefs Of… • Eagle Ford Assets • Operations • Marketing • Condensate Marketing • Crude Marketing • Natural Gas Marketing • NGL Marketing • Engineering • Rail • Midstream • Transportation • Logistics • Scheduling • Crude Trading • Gas Processing • Gas Supply • NGL Trading • Gas Trading • New Ventures • Production • Business • Commercial Development Development • Pipeline / Pipeline Construction Achieving Your Business And Marketing Objectives At The Congress Engage In Open DiscussionsExtended Networking Opportunities www.eagle-ford-takeaway-markets-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com Upstream Companies Midstream Companies Refineries Crude/ NGL/ Natural Gas Trading Companies Investors Rail Services Other Industry Solution Providers Past Delegate Breakdown
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