Tuesday, May 23 – Wednesday, May 24
Fairmont Hotel, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
The year 2016 was chock full of important events – good and bad. Crude oil prices fell into the $20s per barrel, natural gas dropped at various times under $2/Mcf, nearly 200 oil and gas producers, midstream and oilfield services firms filed for bankruptcy. U.S. production got in line with low prices, with production falling by more than 750,000 barrels per day.
On the plus side, OPEC and major non-OPEC producers agreed to cut 1.8 million barrels per day of crude production, helping prices rise, while demand continued on a slow, but steady upward path. The U.S. elected perhaps the ultimate outsider, a businessman who vowed to get the country moving – including increasing oil and gas production.
In May we will be nearly half way through 2017 when industry experts kick off the Kallanish North America Oil & Gas 2017 conference by examining what happened in oil and gas during 2016, how OPEC cuts, President Trump, and increasing drilling will influence 2017 and beyond.
This Kallanish North America Oil & Gas 2017 conference will be held on May 23-24 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA at the Fairmont Hotel.
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>> Register at the Super Early Bird Rate ($800 per delegate)