DUG East
June 21-23, 2016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
Register Featured Sponsors
Pipeliners Local Union 798Netherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)TetraCroft Production SystemsStratas Advisors
KLX Energy ServicesThru Tubing SolutionsIMERYSMap Oil ToolsWright & Co.Stingray Energy Services Beaver ExcavatingBaker Hughes - PlatinumIUOE (International Union of Operating Engineers)ArchrockPanther Drilling SystemsColumbia MidstreamSentry Technologies
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Get Solutions to Your Biggest Challenges

A conference built with you in mind

  • Looking for techniques and technologies to help you cut OPEX?
  • Need the latest updates on takeaway capacity growth and access to new markets?
  • Want to know about new supply contract and demand growth opportunities?
  • Searching for strategies to help manage your balance sheet?

From the conference room to the exhibit floor, Hart Energy designed DUG East to address the biggest challenges facing Marcellus and Utica producers. DUG East is where the region's top producers and midstream operators meet with the best technology and service providers for uniquely candid discussions on what's working, what's not -- and what's next.

NEW FOR 2016: Technology Showcase

Efficiency-focused technologies have become the lifeblood of the industry. Producers and service providers defy expectations as they collaborate to produce more for less. The all-new DUG East Technology Showcase brings innovative solutions to the exhibit floor with case studies and live demonstrations. Here's a preview of this year's topics:

  • Efficiency through technology
  • Enhanced completions
  • Water and fluids management
  • Emissions management

Stay tuned for some exciting announcements!


Weatherford Reports First-Quarter Financial Results
Weatherford International Plc reported a net loss of $239 million, before charges and credits, on $1.59 billion in revenue for first-quarter 2016, the company said May 4.During the quarter, Weatherford completed negotiations to refinance its revolving credit facility into a consolidated $1.651 billion package comprised of a new 3-year $1.151 billion revolving credit facility and a new 4-year $500 million term loan facility. Including the non-extending banks, the total available facilities will stand at $1.88 billion through July of 2017.Net proceeds of $630 million were raised through a successful public equity offering, and Weatherford ceased operating four of the nine planned manufacturing facilities closures. 

Apache Signals Capex Increase As Costs Fall, Oil Prices Recover
The company, which also reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss, raised its full year production forecast by 5,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d), while maintaining its 2016 capital spending of $1.4 billion-$1.8 billion.