This is the final opportunity to join Anadarko, Synergy Energy Resources, Julander Energy Company, Encana Oil & Gas, COGA & more, next Thursday May 24 at the Tight Oil Niobrara Congress & Gala Dinner 2012, Grand Hyatt Denver
With a 77-percent surge in oil production in the Rockies by 2016 predicted, the oil rich reserves of the Niobrara Shale have led operators to brand this promising play the ‘NeoBakken.’
Despite this growth in activity, mixed results experienced by Operators have left unresolved questions on how to untap the liquids-rich potential of the Niobrara and make it a truly economic resource play. The Tight Oil Niobrara Congress & Gala Dinner 2012 is the first dedicated forum combining geological & completions disciplines to address how operators can unlock the play’s potential within an economically viable framework.
CLICK HERE for agenda and registration information.
With average production continuing to grow in the Niobrara and an ever increasing number of drilling rigs developing new horizontal wells, it is expected oil production in the region will soar 200 percent over the next five years, to nearly 350,000 barrels a day. The key question is how operators translate geological understanding into completions success to ensure long-term economic production?
At the first dedicated Tight Oil Niobrara Congress & Gala Dinner 2012 , both strategic and technical insights will be shared from a range of E&P Operators, Regulators and Regional Experts as they highlight their experiences across geology and completions to improve attendees’ understanding of the drivers of production and decipher the most commercially viable completions strategies.
Hear from the following E&P Operators, Regulators & Regional Experts:
♦ Jim Raney, VP Engineering Technology, Anadarko
♦ Edward Holloway, CEO, Synergy Resources
♦ Fred Julander, President, Julander Energy Company
♦ Paul Gagnon, Senior Vice President – North America, Central Resources
♦ Frank C. Ingriselli, CEO, Pacific Energy Development
♦ Mick Domenick, Senior Geologist, Recovery Energy
♦ Scott Larson, District Geologist Rocky Mountains, Samson Resources
♦ Cindy Allen, Team Lead, EH&S South Rockies Business Unit, Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc
♦ John Humphrey, Department Head of Geology & Geological Engineering, Colorado School Of Mines
♦ Tom Parko, Planning Manager, Weld County
♦ Mark McMillan, Supervisor Oil & Gas Team, Air Pollution Control Division, Colorado Department Of Public Health & Environment
♦ Steve Gunderson, Director, Water Quality Control Division, Colorado Department Of Public Health & Environment
♦ Mark Watson, Petroleum Engineer, Wyoming Oil & Gas Commission
♦ Eric Erslev, Professor Of Geology & Geophysics, University Of Wyoming
♦ Doug Flanders, Director Of Policy & Public Affairs, COGA
If you’re already doing business in this play or about to, the Tight Oil Niobrara Congress & Gala Dinner 2012 will provide a timely forum for a collaborative interchange on the latest geological research, completions strategies and pending issues around water management strategies.