WHO WILL ATTEND
Eagle Ford E&Ps; VPs, Directors, Managers & Team Leaders Of:
- Midstream Engineering
- Midstream Development
- Eagle Ford Assets
- Gas Marketing
- NGL Marketing
- Crude Oil Marketing
- Construction & Facilities Planning
- Pipeline / Pipeline Construction
- Commercial Development
- Business Development
- Business Planning
- New Ventures
- Government Relations
Midstream & Downstream Operators; CEOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Managers & Team Leaders Of:
- Business Development
- Corporate Development
- Gas Processing
- NGL Business
- Crude Oil Marketing
- Gas Supply
- Oil Supply
- Gas Treating
- Texas Assets
- Government Affairs
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EAGLE FORD MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT 2011
As E&P companies rush to capitalize on liquids-rich reserves in the Eagle Ford, there is an increasing realization that there is not sufficient midstream and downstream infrastructure to take the oil, gas and NGLs to market in the projected volumes being produced.
To ensure the commercial viability of production in the Eagle Ford therefore, it is vital that the takeaway capacity and gathering, processing and fractionation infrastructure in the area is upgraded to keep up with ever expanding supply.
Eagle Ford Midstream Infrastructure 2011 was the first event to bring together upstream, midstream and downstream stakeholders in the Eagle Ford to share strategies for investing in midstream infrastructure in a timely and cost-effective manner. Speakers at the event explained their plans for upgrading the gathering, processing, fractionation and takeaway infrastructure in the Eagle Ford.
E&P companies started by detailing their plans for building their own midstream infrastructure in the area as well as projecting the volumes oil, gas and NGL it will have to handle and the different levels of crude that it will have to deal with.
Meanwhile, midstream operators and transmission companies explained strategies for upgrading both intrastate and interstate pipeline takeaway capacity. They also broke down their plans for establishing midstream infrastructure specific to each of the oil, gas and NGL resources being produced, including putting in gathering, treating, processing and fractionation facilities in the Eagle Ford area.
The event was an opportunity to hear in detail the plans for establishing Eagle Ford midstream infrastructure as they are formulated and be part of the first wave of partnerships that get this infrastructure off the ground.
"Good cross selection of the industry"
As production of crude oil, NGLs and natural gas continues to rapidly increase it is vital to the commercial viability of the industry that the...
…necessary midstream infrastructure & takeaway capacity is established to take these commodities to market. To do this E&P companies and midstream operators need to work together to build out the takeaway pipelines and gathering, processing and fractionation facilities to handle the volumes being produced.
Eagle Ford Midstream Infrastructure 2011 is the 2nd North American leading midstream infrastructure series and is the only event concentrating exclusively on establishing midstream and transmission infrastructure specific to each of crude oil, NGLs and natural gas.
Leading E&P operators and Midstream companies at Eagle Ford Midstream Infrastructure 2011 will be delivering solutions on:
UPGRADING TAKEAWAY CAPACITY: Evaluating the costs and timescales for upgrading intrastate and interstate takeaway capacity in the Eagle Ford including:
- Crude Oil Pipeline Infrastructure
- NGL Pipeline Infrastructure
- Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure
E&P INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIES: Examining the strategies of E&Ps for building their own Eagle Ford midstream infrastructure and providing forecasts on the scope of drilling plans to quantify the takeaway capacity required
NGL MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE: Understanding the plans of multiple stakeholders for building fractionation capacity to meet the production of condensates in the Eagle Ford
CRUDE OIL MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE: Evaluating how the range of crude qualities coming out of the Eagle Ford can be built into a midstream infrastructure business plan and options for optimizing trucking operations
NATURAL GAS MIDSTREAM INFRASTRUCTURE: Understanding the plans of midstream operators for upgrading gas gathering capacity in the Eagle Ford and identifying the optimal locations for gas storage facilities