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As production of crude, condensates, gas and NGLs in the Permian basin continue to soar, E&Ps require confidence that takeaway infrastructure will provide adequate capacity and link wells to optimally priced markets for each commodity. These challenges are exasperated by the glut of sweet light crude and condensates, which demand pipeline expansions, refinery retrofits and raise questions on safety and pricing across all modes of transports.
Midstream companies are keen to propose solutions across pipeline, rail, trucking and barge. The ability to understand production forecasts across each sub-basin and identify gaps in takeaway capacity to provide enhanced netback and flow assurance to competitors is more crucial than ever. Meanwhile operators need to understand how refinery upgrades, LNG exports and other market drivers will drive demand and pricing dynamics Permian Basin products.
Featuring a totally revamped agenda with 20+ fresh case studies from leading E&Ps and midstream operators, the 3rd Annual Permian Basin Takeaway Capacity & Product Markets Congress 2014, speakers at the event will be quantifying production volumes & examining timescales for establishing takeaway capacity & markets. The practical output will be to help the industry ensure that takeaway capacity and markets meet rising production of crude, condensate, natural gas & NGLs in the Permian Basin and ensure that infrastructure build-out keeps up with levels of supply