DUG Permian Basin
May 20-22, 2014
Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth Convention Center
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Phillips 66 - OperatorCrestwood Midstream PartnersAgave Energy Co.Phillips 66American Energy PartnersBHP Billiton
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DUG Permian Basin 2014 — A Record Breaking Year!

The 9th Annual DUG Permian Basin conference and exhibition united a record 2,700+ attendees in Fort Worth this year, beating attendance projections by more than ten percent. With over 30 executive-level speakers and 250+ exhibitors, attendees enjoyed three solid days of networking, information sharing and technology demos.

Top-level speakers included Pioneer Natural Resources Chairman and CEO Scott Sheffield, Athlon Energy CEO Bob Reeves, Laredo Petroleum President and COO Jay Still, Approach Resources President and CEO J. Ross Craft, Apache EVP and COO John J. Christmann and many others. Conference sessions explored the vast resources available in the Permian Basin's stacked formations.

Click here to view the 2014 conference agenda and download the speaker presentations.

Retired Four-Star General and former CIA Director, David Petraeus was a huge draw during the Keynote Luncheon. Petraeus answered a lightning round of questions about the global energy industry and key foreign affairs.

Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman wrapped up the conference with highlights from his book, The Frackers, which explores stories of innovators in the U.S. shale revolution. Zuckerman also held a book signing at the Hart Energy booth.

Click here to view the DUG Permian Basin 2014 post-event press release.

The conference may be over, but the conversation isn't. Find out what other attendees are saying about DUG Permian Basin 2014. We would love to hear about your experience too!

And be sure to save the date for DUG Permian Basin 2015, scheduled May 19-21 at the Fort Worth Convention Center, in Fort Worth, Texas.


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Apache To Shed Noncore Anadarko, South Louisiana Properties For $1.4 Billion
Apache Corp. (NYSE: APA) said Nov. 20 it plans to sell noncore southern Louisiana and certain Anadarko Basin oil and gas assets for about $1.4 billion in two separate transactions. Proceeds from the sales will be used primarily to fund Apache’s 2014 leasehold acquisition program, according to a news release. John Christmann, Apache’s COO, described the assets as “high-decline, mature properties,” during a Nov. 20 webcast. The buyers were not identified during the webcast. In southern Louisiana, Apache will sell its working interest in about 90,000 net acres. The mature fields produced about 21,000 barrels of oil per day (boe/d) (62% gas and NGLs) net to Apache during the third quarter of 2014. The Houston-based company will retain its 275,000 mineral acres in South Louisiana. “It just does not fit and will not compete for capital in 2015 going forward,” Christmann said of the Louisiana assets.