Over the last two decades, the Executive Oil Conference has hosted thousands of senior-level oil and gas executives and financial professionals focused on the oil-rich Permian Basin plays in West Texas. If you provide products and services to E&P companies operating in West Texas, or if you are looking to expand into the region, the Executive Oil Conference is a unique opportunity to meet with all of the region's leaders under one roof.
If your business future benefits from Permian Basin activity, plan now to join hundreds of Permian Basin producers, investors, technology providers, analysts and other industry professionals Nov. 6-7 at the Horseshoe Arena and Pavilion in Midland, Texas, for Hart Energy’s annual Executive Oil Conference.
Become an Exhibitor and Sponsor
The Executive Oil Conference has hosted thousands of senior-level oil and gas executives and financial professionals focused on the oil-rich Permian Basin plays in West Texas. If you provide products and services to E&P companies operating in West Texas, or if you are looking to expand into the region, the Executive Oil Conference is a unique opportunity to meet with all of the region's leaders under one roof.
The Executive Oil Conference sponsorship packages provide a unique opportunity to secure high-level exposure with hundreds of key Permian Basin decision-makers that can impact your business. We will work with you to build a package that meets both your marketing objectives and your budget requirements. Contact a sales representative today to discuss your options.
Who Attends the Executive Oil Conference?
Sampling of companies that attend the Executive Oil Conference:
American Energy Partners • ConocoPhillips • Occidental Petroleum Corporation • Pioneer Natural Resources • Chevron • Diamondback Energy • Apache Corp • EagleClaw Midstream • Concho Resources • SM Energy Company • Kinder Morgan • Anadarko Petroleum • Outrigger Energy • Access Midstream • Petrie Partners • BHP Billiton Petroleum • Energen Resources Corporation
About Hart Energy:
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Monday, November 6
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM||
Pre-Conference Water Forum
The Executive Oil Conference Water Forum will deliver insights on best practices and new technologies used in the sourcing, treatment, transport and disposal of water in the drilling and completion of shale wells.
*Requires separate registration
THANK YOU TO OUR WATER FORUM SPONSORS
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Join other industry professionals for more networking at the conference opening reception held on the exhibit floor.
Tuesday, November 7
Registration, Breakfast and Networking
Breakfast sponsored by:
Welcome To Midland
A Frack-Side Chat With A Permian Legend
An industry leader for more than five decades, Ted Collins has wildcatted in conventional Permian formations, worked the early days of the horizontal Barnett development, held operated and non-op interests across the U.S. and is back in the Permian Basin—today, the unconventional. Learn here from a legend.
Session sponsored by:
The Margin: Permian LOE Vs. The World
Many Permian producers’ LOE is less than $40 a barrel. Meanwhile, OPEC producers need at least $53 (Iran) to $98 (Saudi Arabia) and as much as $216 (Venezuela) to sustain production—as well as their governments. This commodity-price and geopolitical expert breaks down the Permian’s role as the new low-cost producer, its further potential and how it affects the global oil balance.
Roundtable: The Sandbox
Producers, financiers and analysts discuss current dynamics in further growing Permian output while maintaining a low LOE.
Mid-Morning Keynote: All The Pretty Acres
With a strong position of more than 90,000 acres in the Permian, including more than 70,000 in the northern Delaware Basin, Marathon Oil is applying its long experience with landing and completing Lower 48 tight-oil wells. Up to 10 target benches have been identified within some 5,000 feet of stacked pay. Here are its results and plans.
The Deal: Breaking It Down
In The Zone: 70 Years Of Hydraulic Fracturing
In 1947, Stanolind Oil and Gas called on Halliburton Co. to unclog a gas well in the Hugoton Basin in Grant County, Kansas. Halliburton tried a hydraulic fracturing. It then patented it and rolled it out across the Lower 48. Here are this leading oilfield-service provider's observations in overall U.S. Land trends today and industry outlook.
Mid-Afternoon Keynote: A Thousand Points Of Entry
From the Midland Basin to the Delaware and the Shelf to the Platform, Chevron Corp. holds some 2 million net acres of resources in the Permian Basin. In 2011, it produced its 5 billionth Permian barrel. Here is a look at its portfolio, plans and outlook.
To Market: Getting It There
Where will all the hydrocarbons go? This speaker takes on the topic of Permian takeaway for oil, gas and NGL and how the growing supply of each may affect markets.
Roundtable: At What Price?
Here’s how both producers and shippers determine the best markets for each product, potential sources of new demand and how to overcome widening differentials, particularly for natural gas.
Chief Technical Director, Hart Energy
Executive Editor-at-Large, Hart Energy
One of the most respected oil and gas industry journalists in the business, Leslie Haines is celebrating her 30th year at Oil and Gas Investor. Haines joined Hart Energy in 1983 and became editor of the magazine in January 1992. That same year IPAA awarded her the 2nd Annual Lloyd Unsell Award for Excellence in Petroleum Journalism. She is a 1974 honors graduate of Keene State College in her native New Hampshire. Haines is the founding editor of Oil and Gas Australia, Hart Energy's most recent magazine.
Editor-at-Large, Oil and Gas Investor