DUG Permian Basin
May 19-21, 2015
Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth Convention Center
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Midstream Program

Tuesday, May 19

10:00 am

Welcome & Opening Remarks


10:05 am

Opening Keynote: Texas' Midstream Needs

Texas has been a national leader in oil and gas production and enjoys excellent infrastructure. But the shale gale has created the need for new midstream assets. A leading state regulator explores what is to come in the midstream space.


10:30 am

Spotlight: Gas Processing Trends

The Permian's unconventional plays produce a high volume of gas liquids. How will the midstream meet this growing demand and where will the NGLs go?

  • EnLink Midstream, Speaker TBA

10:50 am

Panel: Completing The Buildout

The midstream confronts multiple obstacles as it moves ahead with the Permian buildout. This panel of midstream players considers the future and what it will take to attain the needed infrastructure.

  • EnCap Flatrock Midstream, Speaker TBA

11:45 am

Lunch


1:00 pm

Afternoon Keynote: Moving Permian Production to Market

The Permian Basin enjoys good midstream infrastructure but surging unconventional crude production requires new capacity to move the output to Gulf Coast customers.


1:20 pm

Roundtable: Making The System Work

A panel of upstream producers discuss what they need from the Permian's midstream sector.

  • Will Gray, CEO, Dala Petroleum

2:30 pm

Networking Break


3:00 pm

Spotlight: Environmental Perspectives

West Texas and eastern New Mexico communities are supportive of the energy industry. But from lizards, to prairie chickens, to BLM lands, to water rights, the Permian still has challenges to the construction of new assets.

  • Mary Campos, Vice President, EXP Energy Services Inc.

3:20 pm

Spotlight: The Permian's Midstream Opportunities

The Permian offers significant opportunities in comparison to many other plays. This midstream operator discusses why it chose to expand its operations in the basin.

  • Dave Keanini, President and CEO, Outrigger Energy

3:45 pm

Panel: Permian Logistics

The basin enjoys excellent infrastructure but the developing unconventional plays create weak spots need to be addressed.

  • Allan Roach, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Watco Companies

4:40 pm

Closing Spotlight: Midstream's Future

North America's rich midstream infrastructure must adapt to new plays and new customers. A look at what lies ahead and how the Permian will fit into North America's midstream future.


5:00 pm

Adjourn for conference, and DUG Permian Basin Opening Reception


Agenda content and timeline subject to change