Midstream, in the oil and gas business, involves the construction of pipelines and processing plants to deliver Utica energy to its customers. Despite the decline in Utica exploration due to low oil and gas prices, midstream remains strong. There are pipelines to build and business needs to be met.
Utica Midstream, a business development seminar produced by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and presented by Dawood Engineering, will be June 10, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Barrette Center at Walsh University.
Among the speakers at the seminar will be:
Nick P. Homan, commercial development manager at Marathon Pipe Line LLC, a subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum. Marathon Pipe Line will be building the 50-mile Cornerstone pipeline from Harrison County to the Marathon refinery in Canton.
Kris Evanto, manager of development in the Utica for Williams, which recently acquired Access Midstream and its Utica operations office in North Canton.
Anne Moore, director of business development at Spectra Energy, which proposes to build the Nexus gas transmission pipeline.
Kelly Tipton, senior commercial representative for the Ohio River Valley at EnLink, a midstream company active in the Utica.
Brent Breon, vice president of business development for Caiman Energy II and Blue Racer Midstream.
Frank Nieto, senior editor at Midstream Business, a Hart Energy publication.
Additional sponsors to date are: AultCare-AultWorks, Beaver Excavating, Furbay Electric Supply and the International Union of Operating Engineers, and CESO.
Reservations can be made at www.uticacapital.com.
For sponsorship information, contact:
Vice President for Public Policy and Energy
Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce