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    • Insight From 25+ Industry Experts FromMajor E&P And Midstream Companies andRegulatory AuthoritiesDavid GriesingerManaging DirectorDCP Midstream, L.PDarrel HagermanVP CommercialCrestwood MidstreamPartners LPBob DunnPresident And CEOPrism Midstream LLCJeff FawcettManaging DirectorNorTex Midstream PartnersHershal WolfeVP MarketingPioneer Natural ResourcesJerry McLaughlinVP Oil & Gas MarketingCimarex EnergyDrew WardManager, Business DevelopmentKinder Morgan MidstreamMark GormanSVP Operations &Business DevelopmentPlains All American Pipeline L.Pwww.permian-basin-markets-2013.com (1)8007213915 info@american-business-conferences.comP PRODUCTION FORECASTS: Quantifying how production from establishedand emerging plays will impact demand for existing and upcoming midstream capacityP CRUDE PIPELINE & RAIL TAKEAWAY: Delivering the latest construction plans,timelines, directions and capacities of crude pipeline and rail projects to forecast theavailability of crude oil takeawayP PRICING & MARKETS: Assessing how an increase in crude production and takeawayinfrastructure will affect pricing and how to reach high prices for oil as refineries becomemore saturatedPREFINERY CAPACITY: Identifying where to market crude as the Gulf Coastand Cushing refineries move towards saturationP GAS TAKEAWAY & MARKETING: Delivering, gathering and processing capacity updatesthat can drive down the costs of transport and ensure dry gas can be marketed at profitPNGL MARKETS: Hearing the latest fractionation and pipeline plans for NGLand identifying downstream markets for NGL productsThe Most Influential Permian Midstream Congress And The Only EventFocused On Identifying Optimal Crude Oil, NGL And Gas Markets As Well AsIdentifying The Most Economical Takeaway Infrastructure To Get It ThereJune 26-27 2013Houston | TexasMedia Partners:NATURALGASA M E R I C A SHearing The Latest Crude, Gas And NGL ProductionForecasts And Delivering The Very Latest Plans ForExpanding Pipeline And Rail TakeawayInfrastructure To Handle Increased SupplyAnd Ensure Permian Products ReachOptimally Priced MarketsSAVE UPTO $200beforeMay 17, 2013EXAMINING PIPELINE AND RAIL SOLUTIONS FOR OVERCOMING SHORT-TERMTAKEAWAY CHALLENGES AND FORECASTING HOW NEW INFRASTRUCTUREWILL IMPACT PRICINGOrganized By:
    • www.permian-basin-markets-2013.com (1)8007213915 info@american-business-conferences.comAs the Permian basin’s crude oil, NGLand gas production reaches the highestlevel since 1990’s, and with new shaleplays such as the Cline continuingto drive production volumes, bothproducers and midstream operatorsare urgently seeking the most efficienttakeaway infrastructure solutions fortaking the products to optimally pricedmarkets. More pipeline projects arebeing constructed and continually beingplanned, and now, railroads are beinghailed as the next transportation methodto allow producers to take advantage ofoil price differentials by moving crudefrom inland oil fields to coastal refineriesthat pay higher prices.The mission of the 2nd AnnualPermian Basin Markets And TakeawayInfrastructure Congress is to buildcommunication among E&P, midstreamcompanies and refiners operating in andaround the Permian Basin to identifyoptimal markets for crude oil, NGLproducts and natural gas, identify themost efficient takeaway options for takingthem to the most lucrative markets anddrive forward infrastructure build out.Over two days, E&P and midstreamstrategic professionals will gather todeliver the latest crude oil, NGL and gasproduction profiles, the latest timings,capacities and locations of pipelinetakeaway, crude-by-rail takeaway andprocessing infrastructure. Speakersand delegates will have the opportunityto communicate with the refineriesto assess the quality and quantity ofproducts being accepted and evaluateboth micro and macro factors affectingmidstream investment to mitigate risk innew ventures and enable the more rapiddevelopment of infrastructure.Houston Marriott at the TexasMedical Center6580 Fannin StreetHouston, Texas 77030Phone: 1 713 796 0080The Summit Will Be Held At:June 26-27 2013Houston | TexasDay one will focus on crude oil examiningthe latest crude oil production plans inthe Permian. Presenters will compare theeconomics of rail and pipeline takeaway,deliver the very latest capacity, timings andlocation updates on pipe and rail facilitiescoming to take crude out of the Permianand hear from the refineries on how theyplan to handle an influx of crude to identifythe optimal markets for crude oil.Day two will focus on NGL and Gas startingwith the very latest production updatesfrom operators in the basin. Presenters willthen deliver the takeaway and processingplans for NGL and gas in the PermianBasin, identify the optimal markets forboth products and address regulatory andpermitting issues to minimize delays onmidstream build out and ensure productcan continue being marketed.Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities At Permian Basin Markets & TakeawayInfrastructure Congress 2013Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future businessrelationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at thePermian Basin Markets And Takeaway Infrastructure Congress. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the Summit andis of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the conferencewill help you position yourself as a market leader and center of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry.For further information, please email: info@american-business-conferences.comor call: (1) 800 721 3915
    • Day one will examine the latest crude oil production plansin the Permian, compare the economics of rail and pipelinetakeaway and hear from the refineries to identify the optimalmarkets for crude oil8.30 Chair’s Opening RemarksChaired By: Darrel Hagerman, Vice President Commercial Development,Crestwood Midstream Partners LPKEYNOTE: FORECASTING CRUDE PRODUCTION8.40 Estimating Drilling And Production Profiles In ThePermian Basin To Identify Areas Of Increased Activity AndMidstream Investment Opportunities• Calculatingwhatbasin-wideproductionisgoingtolooklikeinthenext3-5yearstoforecastwhetherornotthePermianwillrealisticallyreachtheanticipatedfigureof2millionbpd• Establishedplays:examiningtheaggressivenessofdrillingprogramsintheWolfcamp,SpraberryAndBoneSpringstoquantifyinfrastructurecapacityrequired• EvaluatingthecostsofdifferentdrillingmethodsinthePermianBasintounderstandtheirimpactsoneconomicsandultimately,thesustainabilityofproduction• AssessinghowlatestregulationsandthefracingpermittingprocesscouldcausepotentialproductionslowdownsHershal Wolfe, Vice President Marketing, Pioneer Natural Resources9.10 Question & Answer SessionPRODUCTION: CLINE & UPPER WOLFCAMP9.20 Cline And Upper Wolfcamp Shale Play Focus: Hearing ALeading Operator’s Forecasts On Cline and upper WolfcampProduction Volumes Over The Next 5-10 Years• Productionrates:LatestupdatesfromaClineandWolfcampoperatorshowingtheproductionvolumefromtheiracreage• Producttypes:Analyzingtheproducttypesexpectedtodeterminewhattypesofmidstreaminfrastructureareneededtosuccessfullycommercialiseproductionplans• Locations:Geologicallymappingthearea’smostconcentratedproductionareastoidentifywheremidstreaminvestmentsaremostneededKeith Skarr, Vice President Exploration, Element Petroleum9.50 Question & Answer SessionPERMIAN BASIN OVERVIEW9.20 Hearing A Leading Operator’s Forecasts on ProductionGrowth And Takeaway Capacity Over The Next 5-10 Years• AnalyzingOxyMidstreamandCenturionPipelineplans• Evaluatingproductiongrowthandproducttypesexpectedtoprojectthedemandfordifferenttypesofmidstreaminfrastructure• Discussinganynewexpansionprojectsonthehorizontounderstandifsupplywillbeabletomeetincreaseddemandandalleviatebottlenecks• UnderstandingthekeymarketdriversinPermianproductionandinfrastructureexpansionRick Van Eyk, Vice President Midstream, Occidental Petroleum Corporation9.50 Question & Answer Session10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase AreaCRUDEASSESSINGCRUDETAKEAWAYOPTIONS,REFINERYDEMANDANDPRICINGDIFFERENTIALSTOENSURECRUDEFROMTHEPERMIANBASINREACHESTHEHIGHESTNETBACKFREEDOM PROJECT : WEST COAST PERSPECTIVE10.30 Understanding The Latest News Surrounding TheFreedom Pipeline Project To Assess The Increased CapacityFor Taking Crude To The West Coast Markets• ProvidingacurrentupdateonanoilpipelinethatwouldmovecrudeoilfromthePermianBasinthroughSouthernNewMexicotorefineriesinCalifornia• UnderstandingthebarrelsofoilperdaycapacityoftheFreedomPipelineProjectanddetermineitsimpactoncurrenttakeawaycapacitylimitations• DiscussingthestartdateandtimelineforconstructiontounderstandwhentheprojectwillbefullyimplementedTom Dobson, Director, KinderMorgan11.00 Question & Answer SessionCRUDE PIPELINES PLANS11.10 Hearing The Latest Construction Plans, Timelines,Directions And Capacities Of Crude Oil Pipeline Projects ToForecast The Availability Of Crude Oil Takeaway• NewProjects:updatesontheverylatestcrudeoilpipelineprojectplansinthePermianbasinandwhoisfundingthem• Capacity:examiningthecapacityofthepipelineexpansionsandwhethertheywillbeabletomatchproductiongrowth• Timeline:hearingwhentheexistinglargeon-goingprojectswillbeavailableforuseandhowtheywillaffectflowdynamicsinthePermian• Directions:identifyingwheremajorpipelineprojectsaregoingotherthanCushingRandyGeiselman,ExecutiveVicePresident&Director,AdvantagePipelineL.L.C.Mark Gorman, Vice President Marketing, Plains All American Pipeline L.P12.10 Question & Answer Session12.25 Lunch In The Exhibition Showcase AreaCRUDE RAIL UPDATE: CASE STUDY 11.25 Understanding How The Kinder-Watco Express Is GoingTo Help Alleviate Strains On Pipeline Infrastructure• ExplainingwhattheKinder-WatcoExpressentailstounderstandtheprojectasameanstoovercomelackofpipelineinfrastructure• ProvidinganupdateonthedevelopmentofthenewTecosTexasterminal• Addressingthelongleaditemsformovingcrudebyrail:timelineandrailcaravailability• Pipelineupdate-AnalyzingpipelinestotheGulfCoast&WestCoastfromthePermianBasinAllan Roach, Senior Vice President, Kinder-Watco Express1.55 Question & Answer SessionCRUDE RAIL UPDATE: CASE STUDY 22.05 Delivering Updates On Crude Rail Takeaway Projects AsA Means Of Overcoming The Lack Of Pipeline Infrastructure• MappingtheavailablerailfacilitiesandtheircapacityformovingcrudeoutofthePermianBasin• IdentifyingwheretherailroadsaretakingtheoilandtheratiobetweenvolumesgoingtotheGulfCoastandWestCoast• Hearingthelatesttimelinesonrailprojectstoidentifyexactlywhentheywillbeavailableforuse• AnalyzingthepossibilityofrailingcrudetotheWestCoasttoassessrailasfeasiblesolutionfortakingrudetolesstraditionalmarketsShannon Flowers, Vice President - Crude, Crosstex Energy2.35 Question & Answer SessionRAILING VS PIPELINE: ECONOMICS2.45 Comparing The Costs And Market Destinations Of RailAnd Pipeline To Establish Which Takeaway Solution WillAchieve The Highest Netback• Identifyingthecostsavingsthatcouldpotentiallybeachievedbyusingrailratherthanpipelines• Casestudy:hearinghowaPermianoperatorisusingrailasalong-termsolutionforcrudetakeaway• Hearingthepricedifferentialsthathavebeenachievedbyusingrailasopposedtopipeline• ComparingthecostsofbuildingpipelinesandrailcrudetotheGulfcoastComparingthecostsofbuildingpipelinesandrailcrudetotheWestCoastDarrelHagerman,VicePresidentCommercial,CrestwoodMidstreamPartnersL.P3.15 Question & Answer Session3.25 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase AreaPRICING,MARKETS&REFINERYDEMANDASSESSINGHOWANINCREASEINMARKETABLECRUDEWILLAFFECTPRICINGANDHOWTOREACHHIGHPRICESFOROILASTHEREFINERIESBECOMEMORESATURATEDPANEL: TAKEAWAY IMPACT ON PRICING3.55 How New Takeaway Developments Will Impact ThePrice That Can Be Achieved For Permian Crude To CalculateThe Economics Of Future Production• ForecastinghowcrudepricingwillbeimpactedintheGulfandCushingwhenmidstreaminfrastructurebringsmoresupplyintothemarket• LonghornCaseStudy:Examininghowthelonghornpipelinewillaffectpricedifferentials• UsinghistoricalmarketdatatoforecastdifferentialsbetweenWTIandBrentinthenext5-10years• Estimatinghowpricechangesoverthenext5-10yearswillimpactproductioneconomicsJerry Mclaughlin, Vice President Oil & Gas Marketing, Cimarex Energy Co.GULF COAST REFINERIES4.15 Comparing Gulf Coast Refinery Capacity With PermianProduction Forecasts To Assess How The Market Will HandleAn Increase In Crude Production• HearingarefineryperspectiveonhowrefineriesplantohandleaninfluxofcrudecomingdowntotheGulfCoast• Quantifyingthecurrentcapacityofrefineriesintheareatoassessthepointatwhichthemarketwillbecomefull• HearingplansforincreasingrefinerycapacityintheGulfCoastandwhenitwillbeavailable4.45 Question & Answer SessionREFINERY SPECIFICATIONS4.55ExaminingTheQualityOfProductsRefineriesAreNowAcceptingToPinpointWhereToTakeEachTypeOfPermianCrude• DiscussingthechangingproductionqualitiescomingfromnewPermianplaystoforecastwhichtypeofcrudewillbeinhighestsupply• HearinganoverallupdateonwhatkindofcrudequalityGulfCoastrefineriesaretaking• Hearinghowrefineriesareretoolingtokeepupwiththeproduction• Examiningtheoptionsforhandlingtheinfluxoflightsweetcrudewhentherefineriesaresetupforprocessingsourcrude• AssessingtheGulfCoastRefineriescapacityandabilitytohandleH2S:whereisthesafetylimitationAnthony Andrews, Specialist in Energy and Defense Policy, CongressionalResearch Service5.25 Question & Answer SessionWEST COAST REFINERIES FOCUS5.35 Analyzing The Economics Of Taking Crude To The WestCoast To Evaluate The Region As A Viable Market Long-Term• AccessingmarketdemandforcrudeinCaliforniaRegiontoevaluatethepossibilityofrefiningcrudeintheregion• ExaminingdifferentfactorsthatinfluencethecommercialviabilityofrefiningcrudeinCaliforniatoevaluateitasalong-termmarketingsolution:Costofrailingproductsintotheregion• AvailablerailandpipelinecapacityfortakingcrudetotheCaliforniaregion• Localenvironmentalandregulatorylimitations6.05 Question & Answer Session6.15 Chair’s Closing Remarks6.20 - 7.20 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase AreaDay OneWednesday June 26, 2013CRUDE PRODUCTION,TAKEAWAY, REFINERIES,PRICING AND MARKETSwww.permian-basin-markets-2013.com (1)8007213915 info@american-business-conferences.com
    • Day two will review the latest production, takeaway andprocessing plans for NGL and gas in the Permian Basin, identifythe optimal markets for gas and NGL and address regulatoryand permitting issues to minimize delays on midstream buildout and ensure product can continue being marketed8.30 Chair’s Opening RemarksOPERATOR CASE STUDY 1 : GAS AND NGLPRODUCTION UPDATE8.40 Understanding How Gas And NGL Production IsIncreasing To Understand How Increased Supply Will AffectProduct Pricing• MappingNGLproductionvolumesacrossthePermianBasintoidentifyareasofhighproductionconcentration• DeliveringupdatesfromOpalResoucesshowingreservesrecoverytodatefromtheiracreageandhowmuchmoretheyplantoproduce• Analyzingproducttypesbeingforecastedintheregiontodeterminewhattypeofpipelineinfrastructureisneeded• Drillingoutlook:forecastinghowdrillingplanswillevolveinlightofchanginggaspricesandidentifyingatwhatpointdrillingforgasbecomesuneconomicRick Lester, CEO, Opal Resources9.10 Question & Answer SessionOPERATOR CASE STUDY 2: GAS AND NGLPRODUCTION UPDATE9.20 Providing A Second Perspective On Projected GasAnd NGL Production Levels To Determine How ProductionUpdates Will Affect Commodity Pricing• MappingNGLproductionvolumestounderstandtotalsupplythatislikelytoemergefromthePermianBasin• DeliveringproductionupdatesfromNadel&Gussmantounderstandprojectedproductioninthenearfuture• Analyzingproducttypesbeingforecastedintheregiontodeterminewhattypeofpipelineinfrastructureisneeded• Drillingoutlook:forecastinghowdrillingplanswillevolveinlightofchanginggaspricesandidentifyingatwhatpointdrillingfordrygasbecomesuneconomicJennifer Greenwell, Manager Marketing, Nadel & Gussman, LLC9.50 Question & Answer Session10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase AreaGASTAKEAWAY&PROCESSINGDELIVERINGGATHERINGANDPROCESSINGCAPACITYUPDATESTODRIVEDOWNTHECOSTSOFTRANSPORTANDENSUREDRYGASCANSTILLBEMARKETEDGAS GATHERING PLANS10.30 Examining The Capacity And Direction Of GasGathering Lines To Ensure The Products Can Be QuicklyTaken From Well Pad To The Mainline Pipeline• Discussingthecapacityofavailablegatheringfacilitiesandcomparingagainstproductionestimatestoidentifytheneedoffurthergatheringlines• Detailingthelocationsforresidualgasgatheringprojectstounderstandwherethegatheringlineswillconnectwithmainlinepipelines• ComparingtheeconomicsofavailabletruckingandgatheringpipelineinfrastructuretoevaluatethemostcostefficientmethodforgettinggasontheroutetomarketsDrew Ward, Manager, Business Development, KinderMorgan11.00 Question & Answer SessionGAS GATHERING - GAS STUDY11.10 Hearing From A Leading Operator About The LatestGas Gathering Build Out Plans• ExaminingthedetailsandtimingsofthenewgasgatheringandprocessingplantsthatwillbeaccessibletoPermianoperators• DetailingthenitrogenrejectionandpotentialstorageprojectsintheRoswellArea• LatestPlans:DaggerDrawGasProcessingPlantandShoebarGasProcessingPlantoverview• ComparingtheadvantagesanddrawbacksofusingAcidgasinjection(AGI)systemstoimprovethecosteffectivenesswhendesigningorexpandinggasprocessingplantsJ.B Smith, President, Agave Energy Company11.40 Question & Answer Session11.50 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase AreaGAS PROCESSING: CASE STUDY 112.50 Mapping New Gas Processing And LNG CompressionFacilities That Have Either Both Approved Or Are Soon ToStart Construction In The Permian Basin• AssessingwherePermianBasindrygascanbeprocessedafterproduction• Identifyingwhichcompaniesareinvestingingasprocessingfacilitiesinthenext5years• ExaminingavailableGasprocessingcapacityintheregiontomeetdemand• DeliveringupdatesonnewLNGcompressingprojects:thetypeofprojects,wheretheprojectswillbeandwhothemidstreamsponsorsareBob Dunn, President, Prism Midstream LLC1.20 Question & Answer SessionGAS PROCESSING: CASE STUDY 21.30 Discussing All New Gas Processing Opportunities: BothAlready Approved And New Project Developments• ReviewingthehistoryofgasprocessinginthePermianBasin• UnderstandingDCPMidstream’sstrategyforlong-termsustainability• Assessingthepace&commitmentingrowthstrategiestounderstandhowtheywillunfoldovertimeDavid Griesinger, Managing Director, DCP Midstream, LP2.00 Question & Answer SessionNGLFRACTIONATION&TAKEAWAYHEARINGTHELATESTFRACTIONATIONANDPIPELINEPLANSFORNGLANDIDENTIFYINGDOWNSTREAMMARKETSFORNGLPRODUCTSNGL FRACTIONATION CAPACITY2.10 Assessing The Latest Plans For Expanding FractionationPlants In The Region To Identify How Much Extra ProcessingCapacity Will Be Offered And When It Can Be Accessed• Plans:DeliveringupdatesonthelatestconstructionplansforexpansionoffractionationplantsinthePermian• Companies:Hearingwhichcompaniesareinvestingininfrastructure,whicharebuildingthemoutandhowtosubscribeinadvance• Capacity:SpecifyingtheprocessingplantscapacityandwhentheywillbeavailabletouseSteve Spaulding, Senior Vice President, Energy Transfer2.40 Question & Answer SessionNGL PIPELINE PLANS2.50 Pipeline Plans For Taking NGL Out Of The Permian:Construction Timelines, Capacities And Tariffs• Casestudies:deliveringupdatesonthetwonewNGLpipelineprojectsbeingexecutedinthePermianBasin• Hearingwheretheterminalswillbeandwhatmarketsthepipelineswillreach• Quantifyingthecapacitythatwillbeofferedandwhenitwillbeavailableforoperatorstouse• AssessinghowNGLpriceaffectsthejustifiabilityofinfrastructureinvestmentandwhetherthiswillholdbackfurtherbuildoutinthePermianBasinChris Tennant, Vice President, Crosstex Energy3.20 Question & Answer Session3.30 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase AreaPERMITTING&REGULATIONSASSESSINGHOWTOSWIFTLYATTAINPIPELINEPERMITSINTHEPERMIANBASINTOENSUREPROJECTSCANCONSISTENTLYBEDELIVEREDONTIMEPIPLEINE PERMITTING & REGULATION4.00 Hearing Exactly What Is Required From TheRegulators And What Can Be Done To Expedite The PermitApproval Process• Latestupdatesfromstateandfederalregulatorsonrecentchangesthathavebeenmadeandhowthishasaffectedtheapplicationprocess• Identifyingplansforchanges:findingoutinadvancewhatwillberequiredinthenextfewyears• Listingtherequirementsforattainingpermitsandidentifyingonwhichareasmoretimeandmoneywillneedtobespentthanothers• CaseStudy:hearingfromstarttofinishhowtheoperatorworkedwiththeregulatorstoattainpermitsanddeliveratimelymidstreamprojectMike Tupper, Branch Chief, Bureau of Land ManagementPolly McDonald, Director, Texas Rail Road Commission5.00 Question & Answer SessionMITIGATING MIDSTREAM INVESTMENT RISK5.10 Evaluating Both The Micro And Macro Liabilities OfMidstream Investment In The Permian And Identifying HowTo Mitigate Risk• HearingthelatestmidstreamJointVenturedealsthathavebeendoneandhowthecollaborationwillleadtomorecost-effectiveassetprovision• DiscussinghowfutureJointVenturesandMergerscouldleadtolucrativecommercialopportunities• Examiningthepoliticalandenvironmentalfactorsthatputmidstreaminvestmentatrisks• DetailingthetypesofassettradingactivitiescurrentlytakingplaceinthemidstreamindustrytounderstandcurrentinvestmenttrendsJeff Fawcett, Managing Director, Nortex Midstream Partners5.40 Question & Answer Session5.50 Chair’s Closing Remarks And End Of ConferenceDay TwoThursday June 27, 2013NGL & GAS PRODUCTION VOLUMES,MARKETS, TAKEAWAY UPDATES,PROCESSING PLANS AND REGULATIONSwww.permian-basin-markets-2013.com (1)8007213915 info@american-business-conferences.com
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