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According to the EIA and ODNR's Division of Oil & Gas Resources....

By 2016, production of NGLs from the Marcellus and Utica shales is expected to reach at least 650,000 barrels per day (bpd ), marking an all-time high for NGL production records

Gas well production from the Marcellus shale play has reached 13 billion cubic feet per day

The 245 wells in the Utica produced a total of 1,332,477 barrels of oil and 33,606,075 thousand cubic feet of natural gas in the third quarter

While there are a total of 285 wells listed in the Utica, 40 of those Utica wells reported no production as they are awaiting pipeline infrastructure

With Natural Gas and NGL production from both the Utica and Marcellus continuing to soar, it has become pertinent for E&P operators to evaluate genuine prospects for capitalizing on these high volumes of production against a backdrop of takeaway infrastructure shortages and low gas prices.

Identifying commercially viable Y-Grade, Ethane and residue gas markets, whilst driving forward the development of sufficient pipeline and rail takeaway capacity is going to be the key to avoid shutting in wells and ensuring Utica and Marcellus Gas, NGL and LNG can still reach optimal markets when price and demand fluctuates.

The 4th Annual Utica and Marcellus NGL & Natural Gas Markets & Takeaway Congress 2014 has been designed to bring together VPs and CEOs from E&P and midstream companies to discuss opportunities for gathering, fractionation, processing and pipeline infrastructure build-out as well as identifying optimal prices for gas, NGL and LNG markets to maximize netbacks in predominantly dry and wet gas producing fields.

E&P speakers including Encore Energy, Consol Energy and Tenaska Resources will provide production updates and forecasts to quantify volumes coming out of the Utica and Marcellus and assess how much extra capacity is needed for takeaway, fractionation and export.

Midstream speakers will provide updates on the latest timings, capacities and locations of takeaway, fractionation and processing construction for facilities that will handle the increased volumes of Natural Gas and NGL in the Marcellus and Utica.

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Utica & Marcellus NGL & Natural Gas Markets & Takeaway Congress 2014

  1. 1. Providing Project And Infrastructure Updates And Identifying New Market Opportunities For Utica & Marcellus NGLs, Residue Gas And LNG To Ensure Optimal Markets Can Still Be Reached As Prices And Demand Fluctuate Identifying Commercially Viable Y-Grade, Ethane And Residue Gas Markets And Delivering Updates On Pipeline And Rail Takeaway Infrastructure Capacity To Ensure Gas And NGL From The Utica And Marcellus Reaches Optimally-Priced Markets Regardless Of Supply And Demand Changes Exciting Additions To The 2014 Agenda Include: April 29-30, 2014 | Columbus | Ohio Expert Insight From 25+ Industry Professionals Including Major E&P And Midstream Companies www.utica-marcellus-ngl-markets-2014.com • BRAND NEW E&P SPEAKERS: Including Encore Energy, CONSOL Energy and Tenaska Resources LLC • ETHANE MARKETS, TAKEAWAY & PROCESSING: Ensuring ethane attains optimal value at market: identifying optimal destinations, cracker facilities and transport options from the Utica and Marcellus • Y-GRADE TAKEAWAY AND FRACTIONATION: Examining the status and capacity of NGL pipeline takeaway and fractionation projects being built relative to the amount of surplus NGL production in the Utica and Marcellus to justify continued production • RAIL CARS: Investigating the accessibility and available capacity of pressurized rail cars to identify more flexible routes for taking NGL to higher priced markets • UTICA CRUDE OIL AND CONDENSATES: Examining the refining locations and takeaway routes being used by Utica producers to identify optimal netback destination Other Key Topics Of Discussion Include: • PRODUCER UPDATES: Quantifying the proportion of oil vs. condensates vs. dry gas being produced in the Utica and Marcellus to identify the type and capacity of midstream expansion required • NATURAL GAS MARKETS, TAKEAWAY & EXPORT: Analyzing domestic and global demand for natural gas to identify cost efficient transport solutions and high netback markets that can ultimately justify continued drilling in the region • LNG MARKETS, PLANTS & EXPORT: Gauging local and global LNG demand to assess the commercial and regulatory feasibility of exporting LNG internationally Steve Stengell President & CEO Encore Energy Inc. Adam Bedard Senior Director - Strategic Planning & Market Analysis High Sierra Energy James Cutler CEO Appalachian Resins Robert Riga General Manger - Business Development Spectra Energy Craig Neal Vice President - Northern Appalachian Operations CONSOL Energy Les Smith Vice President - Business Development M3 Midstream Hank Alexander Vice President - Business Development Sunoco Logistics Partners LLC Audrea Hill Senior Director - Raw Materials & Hedging PotashCorp Brian Melton Vice President - Pipeline Marketing & Business Development Blueknight Energy Partners, LPM Follow us @UnconventOilGasOrganized by Co-Sponsor: Coffee Break Sponsor:
  2. 2. www.utica-marcellus-ngl-markets-2014.com  (1)8007213915  info@american-business-conferences.com Venue Information: UTICA & MARCELLUS FACT FILE: According to the EIA and ODNR’s Division of Oil & Gas Resources…. • By 2016, production of NGLs from the Marcellus and Utica shales is expected to reach at least 650,000 barrels per day (bpd), marking an all-time high for production records • Gas well production from the Marcellus shale play has reached 13 billion cubic feet per day • The 245 wells in the Utica produced a total of 1,332,477 barrels of oil and 33,606,075 thousand cubic feet of natural gas in the third quarter • While there are a total of 285 wells listed in the Utica, 40 of those wells reported no production as they are awaiting pipeline infrastructure With Natural Gas and NGL production from both the Utica and Marcellus continuing to soar, it has become pertinent for E&P operators to evaluate genuine prospects for capitalizing on these high volumes of production against a backdrop of takeaway infrastructure shortages and low gas prices. Identifying commercially viable Y-Grade, Ethane and residue gas markets, whilst driving forward the development of sufficient pipeline and rail takeaway capacity is going to be the key to ensuring Utica & Marcellus gas, NGLs and LNG can still reach optimal markets when price and demand fluctuates. The 4th Annual Utica & Marcellus NGL & Natural Gas Markets & Takeaway Congress 2014 has been designed to bring together VPs and CEOs from E&P and midstream companies to discuss opportunities for gathering, fractionation, processing and pipeline infrastructure build-out as well as identifying optimal prices for gas NGL and LNG markets to maximize netbacks in predominantly dry and wet gas producing fields. E&P speakers including Encore Energy, CONSOL Energy and Tenaska Resources will provide production updates and forecasts to quantify volumes coming out of the Utica and Marcellus and assess how much extra capacity is needed for takeaway, fractionation and export. Midstream speakers will provide updates on the latest timings, capacities and locations of takeaway, fractionation and processing construction for facilities that will handle the increased volumes of Natural Gas and NGL in the Marcellus and Utica. DAY ONE: NGL Day one will begin with both a Utica and Marcellus producer update to identify specific areas for midstream investment opportunities. Projected supply of gas, NGL and ethane will then be examined by an expert panel against current demand to understand which markets will be able to absorb production in the next 5 years. Following that will be an assessment of ethane markets, takeaway and processing where speakers will identify optimal ethane destinations, cracker facilities and transport options from the Utica and Marcellus. The next section of presentations will look at NGL production, butane and propane markets and takeaway to understand the marketing capacity in the region. The day will end with a discussion on rail takeaway by examining the availability and capacity of rail cars to take NGL to market. DAY TWO: NATURAL GAS & LNG Day two will open with an examination of natural gas prices to determine how a leading midstream company plans to commercially absorb increases in gas production in the current low priced environment. The discussions will then move to analyze domestic and global demand for natural gas to identify cost efficient transport solutions and high netback markets to justify continued drilling in the region. Following that will be a discussion on LNG markets, plants and exports and last but not least, will be an update on crude refining and takeaway capacity as well as updates on condensate terminals and takeaway projects. The congress will be held at: Hilton Columbus at Easton 3900 Chagrin Drive Columbus, Ohio 43219 Phone (614) 414 5000 Web www.hiltoncolumbus.com Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The Congress Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the 4th Annual Utica & Marcellus NGL & Natural Gas Markets & Takeaway Congress 2014. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the congress and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the congress will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@american-business-conferences.com or + (1) 800 721 3915
  3. 3. Day 1: NGL 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks ChairedBy:SteveStengell,President&CEO,EncoreEnergy Inc KEYNOTE: PRODUCER UPDATE, UTICA 8.40 Quantifying The Proportion Of Oil Vs. Condensates Vs. Dry Gas Being Produced In the Utica And Marcellus To Identify The Type And Capacity Of Midstream Expansion Required • Using latest well results to determine if the Utica is proving as prolific as originally touted • Assessing which technical and strategic factors are driving producers in the North East and how this will impact production volumes • Examining the commerciality of production in the Utica oil window to assess the extent to which midstream expansion should cater for liquids • Evaluating producer’s updates on rigs, wells and drilling budgets over the next 5 years and how this will change supply and demand dynamics SteveStengell,President&CEO,EncoreEnergyInc 9.10 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE: PRODUCER UPDATE, UTICA & MARCELLUS 9.20 Detailing Production Plans From A Marcellus Operator To Identify Specific Areas For Midstream Investment Opportunities • Reserves: Data updates from E&P companies showing the latest figures on recoverable reserves from their acreage to forecast production volumes • Product types: Analyzing the product types being forecasted for production in the region to determine whether gas or liquid pipelines are most needed • Location: Pinpointing the locations of the wells to identify future areas of concentrated production and consequently, midstream demand • Timeline: Hearing when these projects will be going online to plan for midstream build out CraigNeal,VPNorthernAppalachiaOperations,ConsolEnergy 9.50 Question & Answer Session DEMAND VS SUPPLY: PANEL 10.00 Forecasting Global Market Demand For Residue Gas, NGL And Ethane To Identify Which Markets Will Be Able To Absorb Production At Commercially Viable Prices Over The Next 5 Years • Pricing forecast: Predicting how NGL prices are going to evolve over the next 5 years and what this means for production economics in the Marcellus and Utica • Assessing how increasing levels of dry gas from the Utica will impact pricing in the near future • Quantifying the gas and NGL price levels at which infrastructure build out in the Utica and Marcellus becomes uneconomic • Identifying how export and global market opportunities could influence the marketability of NGL and gas SteveStengell,President&CEO,EncoreEnergyInc JamesCutler,CEO,AppalachianResins 10.30 Question & Answer Session 10.40 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area ETHANE MARKETS, TAKEAWAY & PROCESSING ENSURING ETHANE ATTAINS OPTIMAL VALUE AT MARKET: IDENTIFYING OPTIMAL DESTINATIONS, CRACKER FACILITIES AND TRANSPORT OPTIONS FROM THE UTICA AND MARCELLUS ETHANE TAKEAWAY 11.10 Delivering The Latest Updates On The Enterprise To Quantify How It Will Impact Ethane Pricing And Production Economics • Quantifying the capacity of the pipeline to determine the percentage of current ethane production it will be able to handle • Batching: Understanding whether the pipeline will batch ethane with NGL and how this will impact pure ethane takeaway capacity • Considering the outlook for ethane production over the five years to predict opportunities for infrastructure investment HankAlexander,VPBusinessDevelopment,SunocoLogistics PartnersLLC 11.40 Question & Answer Session ETHANE CRACKER UPDATE 11.50 Providing Updates On Proposed Ethane Crackers To Predict How Much Extra NGL Production It Will Enable In The Region • Evaluating the latest timeline for the ethane cracker to determine how quickly it will be online • Assessing the extent to which the regional cracker will unlock production in the Marcellus region • Assessing ROI on additional ethane cracker investments in the North East to evaluate the likelihood of future construction projects JimCutler,CEO,AppalachianResins 12.20 Question & Answer Session 12.30 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area ETHANE MARKETS 1.30 Quantifying Demand For Ethane In The Gulf Coast And Internationally To Guide Takeaway Investment And Enable Access To Optimal Market Destinations • Quantifying demand in the Gulf Coast to asses whether it’s going to be economically feasible to produce ethane in the Utica and Marcellus going forward • Discussing how accessibility to key markets will evolve over the next 5 years to guide production strategy and decisions on whether or not to reject ethane • Exploring how demand for ethane is evolving internationally to assess timing for investment and locations for build out projects Dr.MichaelScott,OperationsResearchAnalyst,EIA 2.00 Question & Answer Session NGL PRODUCTION, MARKETS & TAKEAWAY EXAMINING NGL AND GAS PRODUCTION, TAKEAWAY CAPACITY AND MARKETS TO DRIVE MARKETING CAPACITY IN THE UTICA AND MARCELLUS NGL/Y-GRADE TAKEAWAY 2.10 Examining The Status And Capacity Of NGL Pipeline Takeaway Projects Being Built Relative To The Amount Of Surplus NGL Production In The Utica And Marcellus • Understanding the capacity to transport vs. capacity to produce to assess whether capacity will continue to lag productive capacity or vice versa • Exploring the anticipated charges for Y grade pipeline transport to assess economics of use and plan for budget allocation • Assessing the feasibility of batching NGL transport with ethane takeaway and the extent to which this could drive down tariffs • Evaluating capacity at the Mariner East Project to assess the operational feasibility of taking NGL out of the North East Area HankAlexander,VPBusinessDevelopment,SunocoLogistics PartnersLLC 2.40 Question & Answer Session NGL FRACTIONATION CAPACITY 2.50 Fractionation Plant Updates: Quantifying How Much Extra Processing Capacity Will Be Added, Where It Will Be Located And When It Will Be Available • Hearing the latest fractionation construction updates to assess the availability of capacity for the continued production of liquids in the Marcellus and Utica • Assessing the economics of plant investment relative to liquids production forecasts to calculate the business case for construction • New facilities: Assessing the netbacks to producer net of transportation and fractionation costs LesSmith,VPBusinessDevelopment,M3MidstreamLLC 3.20 Question & Answer Session 3.30 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area MARKETS: PROPANE & BUTANE 4.00 Evaluating Domestic Demand And Takeaway Infrastructure For Propane And Butane To Predict Production Economics • Sarnia - Propane: Assessing the latest demand forecasts for Marcellus and Utica propane in Canada’s key propane market • Understanding how predicted pricing changes will affect the economics of propane and butane to assess whether a situation similar to the ethane issue will arise • Evaluating the pipeline infrastructure for propane and butane beyond the Gulf Coast and Philadelphia to scope out better market access AdamBedard,SeniorDirectorforStrategicPlanningandMarket Analysis,HighSierra 4.30 Question & Answer Session RAIL TAKEAWAY EXAMINING THE AVAILABILITY AND CAPACITY OF RAIL CARS TO TAKE NGL TO MARKET RAIL CARS 4.40 Investigating Rail Car Availability and Terminal Infrastructure To Identify More Flexible Routes For Taking NGL To Higher Priced Markets • Assessing the amount of pressurized rail cars that are available to the industry to fill the current gap left by pipelines • Rail terminals: assessing the capacity and how rail operators plan to increase railroad traffic to accommodate NGL from the Utica and Marcellus • Evaluating the capabilities for loading cars at the plant and the unloading cars at delivery terminal CarolOrndoff,Director-ChemicalsMarketing,Norfolk SouthernRailroad 5.10 Question & Answer Session 5.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.30 - 6.30 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.utica-marcellus-ngl-markets-2014.com  (1)8007213915  info@american-business-conferences.com “I liked the technology combined with the commercial and other considerations.” MARATHON OIL Tuesday April 29, 2014
  4. 4. 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks ChairedBy:SteveStengell,President&CEO,EncoreEnergy Inc NATURAL GAS PRICES: MIDSTREAM PERSPECTIVE 8.40 Examining How A Leading Midstream Company Plans To Commercially Absorb Increases in Gas Production In The Current Low Priced Environment • Evaluating how midstream producers are responding to fluctuating gas prices without decreasing capacity available to producers • Quantifying how pricing is and has impacted the build out of gas midstream infrastructure in the Utica and Marcellus to predict how current prices will impact future projects • Studying data on the price environment to understand the trends and impacts on natural gas production, and consequently, midstream investment BrettNixon,DirectorofBusinessDevelopment,PVRPartners 9.10 Question & Answer Session NATURAL GAS MARKETS, TAKEAWAY & EXPORT ANALYZING DOMESTIC AND GLOBAL DEMAND FOR NATURAL GAS TO IDENTIFY COST EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS AND HIGH NETBACK MARKETS THAT CAN ULTIMATELY JUSTIFY CONTINUED DRILLING IN THE REGION RESIDUE GAS: DOMESTIC MARKETS 9.20 Examining New Domestic Markets And Areas Of Demand For Residue Gas To Discover Opportunities For Improving The Commercial Feasibility Of Production • Examining gas markets beyond the North East and Gulf Coast to ascertain new markets prospects • Assessing pricing and demand in the South East US and Mid-Continent gas markets places to assess the feasibility of take gas to these areas • Considering the extent to which the petrochemicals, fertilizers, power facilities, utilities industries could be accessed to stimulate growth in gas demand AudreaHill,SeniorDirectorofRawMaterials&Hedging, PotashCorp 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area RESIDUE GAS TAKEAWAY: NEXUS, OPEN, TEAM - SOUTH EXPANSION 10.30 Hearing The Very Latest Updates On The Nexus, Open Team South Expansion For Taking Marcellus And Utica Production Growth To Markets • Examining proposed projects for gas takeaway: timelines, capacities, locations • Assessing the tariffs of new projects relative to gas prices to determine whether use will be commercially feasibleInvestigating the disparity between current capacity and production to forecast the extent to which new projects will fill the gap • Reviewing delays and problems with installing and building the infrastructure and how this will affect when new capacity will be available RobertRiga,GeneralManager-BusinessDevelopment,Spectra Energy 11.00 Question & Answer Session RESIDUE GAS TAKEAWAY: ROCKIES EXPRESS PIPELINE 11.10 Rockies Express Pipeline Update: Evaluating Current Capacity Restrictions To Understand Tall Grass Energy’s Plans To Increase It • Mapping the current gas takeaway facilities available in the Utica to identify gaps between supply and capacity • Hearing a major midstream operator’s specific plans to connect natural gas supplies and markets in both the near and long term • Pinpointing where pipelines will be placed and how much capacity they will offer • Forecasting when they will be available for use to incorporate dates into gas takeaway strategy DougWalker,VPBusinessDevelopment,TallGrassEnergy 11.40 Question & Answer Session PERMITTING MANAGING STATE AND FEDERAL PIPELINE PERMIT PROCEDURES TO EXPEDITE THE APPROVAL PROCESS PIPELINE PERMITTING: PANEL 11.50 Examining How To Expedite The Approval Of Pipeline Permits In PA, WV and OH To Ensure Projects Can Consistently Be Delivered On Time • Examining the state and federal permitting requirements and time frames and how to streamline applications to ensure funded projects are started as soon as possible • Learning how to navigate through typical permitting obstacles like 404 to avoid red flags like cultural resources or endangered species • Strategic timing: preparing complete applications for projects across various permits: 401, 402, 404, Section 10, ENS. RicQueen,SeniorEnvironmentalManager,OhioEPA ScottHans,RegulatoryBranchChief,U.S.ArmyCorpsof Engineers 12.20 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area RESIDUE GAS TAKEAWAY: TRANSCANADA PROJECT UPDATE 1.20 Hearing The Very Latest Updates On TransCanada’s Pipeline Projects To Understand The Capacity To Take Marcellus And Utica Production Growth To Market • Examining proposed projects for gas takeaway: timelines, capacities, locations • Assessing the tariffs of new projects relative to gas prices to determine whether use will be commercially feasible • Investigating the disparity between current capacity and production to forecast the extent to which new projects will fill the gap • Reviewing delays and problems with installing and building the infrastructure and how this will affect when new capacity will be available 1.50 Question & Answer Session GAS FOR FRACTURING 2.00 Examining The Economics And Operational Feasibility Of Using Gas To Power Fracturing And Production Operations To Identify New Areas Of Demand • Examining how producers are using gas for drilling and fracturing operations and forecasting how this area of demand is likely to grow in the future • Hearing a case study on how an operator converted from diesel to gas fuelled field operations • Quantifying long term cost savings that can results from converting to LNG engines for production • Considering the cost-benefit of using natural gas as an alternative on site power source and how this could impact strategic planning JustinHarsany,ProcurementSpecialist,SenecaResources 2.30 Question & Answer Session LNG MARKETS & PLANTS GAUGING LOCAL AND GLOBAL LNG DEMAND TO ASSESS THE COMMERCIAL AND REGULATORY FEASIBILITY OF EXPORTING LNG INTERNATIONALLY LNG PLANT UPDATES: PANEL 2.40 LNG Plant Updates: Identifying Which Proposed Plants Are Going Ahead, When They Will Be Available And How Export Will Affect Pricing In Global Markets • Hearing the latest updates from plant operators on which approved plants are going ahead and when they will be available • Considering what will happen if prices start to rise and how it will affect LNG plant infrastructure and capital investment • Understanding who the players are, what they are offering and what their how their solutions affect the bottom line to gain better insight in LNG economics • Exploring the latest developments in fuelling trucks, rail and marine transport with LNG to assess the operational cost and feasibility of capitalizing on this area of demand • Hearing the latest updates on natural gas vehicle growth to quantify demand in this market over the next 5 years RonaldMcGlade,VPMidstream,MarketingandBusinessBusiness Development,TenaskaResources,LLC 3.10 Question & Answer Session 3.20 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area UTICA CRUDE OIL & CONDENSATES EXAMINING OPTIMAL REFINING LOCATIONS AND TAKEAWAY CAPACITY FOR UTICA CRUDE AND CONDENSATE CRUDE REFINING AND TAKEAWAY 3.50 Examining In Which Markets Utica Crude Producers Are Achieving Optimal Pricing And The Cost-Effective Takeaway Options Being Used To Take It There • Hearing the latest crude updates from producers in the Utica to assess the extent to which supply is being met by midstream capacity • Assessing the domestic refinery demand for crude and in which markets Utica producers are attaining the highest netback • Evaluating the impact a reduction in crude price will have on production economics to forecast the realistic sustainability of Utica crude production relative to transportation costs ErikJohnson,VP&GeneralManager,CanopyProspecting Inc 4.20 Question & Answer Session CONDENSATE TAKEAWAY 4.30 Evaluating Updates On Condensate Terminal And Takeaway Projects In The North East To Identify The Most Cost Effective Route To Market • Examining the takeaway options for condensates via pipe, truck or rail to establish which method is most cost effective for North East producers • Foreseeing where condensate capacities are going to be available to determine strategic locations for potential midstream expansion • Considering the numerous takeaway markets for condensates to determine their relative impact on netback • Forecasting transport costs and tariffs to condensate markets to assess how the costs will affect netback BrianMelton,VicePresident-PipelineMarketingandBusiness Development,BlueknightEnergyPartners,LP 5.00 Question & Answer Session 5.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.20 End Of Conference www.utica-marcellus-ngl-markets-2014.com  (1)8007213915  info@american-business-conferences.com Day 2: Natural Gas & LNG Wednesday April 30, 2014
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