Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference & Exhibition 2018

2018-01-30 - 2018-02-01
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There's a reason the prolific Marcellus and its below-lying sister-shale, the Utica, earned the moniker 'The Beast in the East.' They are loaded with natural gas – more than the region can consume. Recent estimates show these Appalachian plays hold some 1,200 Tcf of natural gas. Even in today's tough market, production is robust at 21 Bcf/d of natural gas and 106,000 bpd of crude oil. All that gas has to go somewhere. While midstream operators complete large-scale infrastructure projects to move the gas to regions across North America, LNG export terminals are coming to serve international markets. And it doesn't stop there; companies like Shell are planning massive ethane cracker projects to tap into the regions abundant resources. Now more than ever, you need to stay connected to the latest intelligence coming from the field. Register for the Marcellus-Utica Midstream conference and exhibition and you will: Get the latest production forecasts from the region's top E&Ps Learn about current and planned projects to expand regional takeaway capacity from leading midstream operators Hear about emerging markets that could change the game for Appalachia's bounty of natural gas
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Network with CEOs, CFOs, COOs, E&P and pipeline operators, pipeline schedulers and others from the gas storage, processing, and pipeline industries alongside capital providers and deal-makers.

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Why Exhibit: Marcellus-Utica Midstream is the premier conference for reaching individuals and companies in the midstream market. The conference sessions are topical, current and have relevance in the industry. Companies that exhibit at Marcellus-Utica Midstream will get: Unique access to a select group of industry executives New sales leads and the chance to solidify customer relationships Increased brand awareness The ability to showcase new products/services to a targeted audience

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