SHALE INSIGHTTM 2018 Announces Pre-Conference Workshops!
SHALE INSIGHTTM 2018 will offer pre-conference workshops on Tuesday, October 23 from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., subject matter experts will provide in-depth, two-hour interactive demonstrations and presentations that will delve into complex technical topics within the oil and gas industry. Opportunities for participation and Q&A will be facilitated during each session to enhance the growth and learning experience.
A separate registration for the pre-conference workshops is required. A nominal registration fee will be charged to general admission conference attendees. The registration fee is waived for sponsors and members of MSC, OOGA and WVONGA. If you have already registered for the Conference, please revisit your registration account to add a pre-conference workshop; otherwise, please click here to begin the full registration process.
Energy Transactions in the Marcellus and Utica Shales:
Where have we been? Where are we going?
Sponsored by Steptoe & Johnson
The evolution of the Marcellus and Utica shales has occurred in several phases. Industry insiders in the energy, business and legal worlds will discuss strategies necessary for the completion of successful energy transactions in today’s market as well as what future opportunities and challenges they see for the region. This interactive workshop will allow participants the opportunity to apply the strategies discussed to real-world situations.
Reducing Methane Emissions:
How State and Federal Agencies are Regulating Methane Emissions
Sponsored by Woodard and Curran
State and federal agencies have recently implemented changes in regulations on the natural gas industry for reducing methane emissions. This workshop will include a discussion of the changes; how the industry will navigate the new regulations and permits, such as the Pennsylvania GP-5/5a permit, and how to implement new Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) technologies to monitor and report compliance.
The annual Technology Showcase provides suppliers of emerging technologies an opportunity to introduce their innovations to the natural gas producer, midstream/pipeline, downstream and service communities. The MSC Research Collaborative solicits applications for these technologies and awards top applicants with an opportunity to present. This year, we are pleased to announce that Shawn Bennett, Deputy Assistant Secretary Office of Oil and Natural Gas, United States Department of Energy and Joe Frantz Vice President, Engineering Technology, Range Resources.
SHALE INSIGHTTM 2018 guarantees a front row seat for the most important discussion on shale development, featuring some of the most prominent industry and government leaders. Become a sponsor, host an exhibit, or register for the conference today by visiting www.ShaleInsight.com and capitalize on this unique opportunity to gain unprecedented industry access. We look forward to seeing you in Pittsburgh!