George Stark, Director of External Affairs, at Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, will be a presenter at Upstream PA 2015 where he will provide an overview for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation’s drilling activity in 2015. More importantly, he will review Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation’s accomplishments over the last seven years and what it has meant to communities and businesses in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania where Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation has been drilling. The benefits of Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation in the community may be jeopardized by oil and gas severance tax being proposed by the governor. Stark will update attendees on how best to make sure their voice in hear during this tax policy debate.
In addition to Stark, Marcellus Shale Coalition President David Spigelmyer will be the featured speaker at Upstream PA 2015. Spigelmyer will provide an overview of upstream activity in PA in 2015 with a special focus on the challenges facing the natural gas industry. The two primary challenges are Governor Wolf’s tax proposal and resistance to pipeline construction throughout PA and many Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states.
Upstream PA 2015, will be held April 16th at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel. Upstream PA 2015 will bring together the E&P Companies, industry experts, and government consultants to discuss drilling activity, oil and gas pricing and a perspective on the Pennsylvania’s state government’s plans for the oil and gas industry. Attendees can hear about the issues relative to drilling in 2015 and how to prepare their businesses for this very dynamic year. More importantly, they will learn what they can do in their local communities and beyond to support the industry.
Other speakers will include Matt Henderson, Public Relations Manager, Inflection Energy, Rick Stouffer, Editor, Shale Energy Business Briefing and Robert Johnson, President, ADKL LLC, state and local government consultant.
The luncheon keynote speaker, John Felmy, Chief Economist, American Petroleum Institute, will provide a comprehensive outlook for oil and gas pricing globally and its impact on Pennsylvania oil and gas industry.
Participants will learn about the key upstream development opportunities expected for Pennsylvania in 2015 and beyond and how to engage the upstream companies through their presentations and networking opportunities.
Businesses and Individuals interested in attending Midstream PA 2014 can register at http://upstream PA2015.com/ . Registrations are limited in order to maximize the networking opportunities for attendees.