DUG East
June 21-23, 2016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
Register Featured Sponsors
Netherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)Pipeliners Local Union 798Thru Tubing SolutionsCONSOL EnergyTetraCroft Production SystemsStratas Advisors
Choice Energy ServicesMammoth Energy PartnersHenkels and McCoyIMERYSIUOE (International Union of Operating Engineers)H2O MidstreamMicroSeismicWIKAWright & Co.NavPortBeaver ExcavatingColumbia MidstreamTaylor FracPanther Drilling SystemsArchrockKLX Energy ServicesSchrammDanosTerrastarSentry TechnologiesTrinity SlingBurns & McDonnell EPCHuntley & HuntleyPrecision GeophysicalBaker HughesMap Oil ToolsRice EnergyHolland ServicesStingray Energy Services VisiQuate
Operator Sponsors
Range Resources - OperatorHuntley & HuntleyCONSOL EnergyColumbia Midstream
Hosted By
Unconventional Oil & Gas CenterOil and Gas InvestorE&PMidstream Business

Meet our Speakers
New Q&A's Added! 

*UPDATED*
Technology Showcase

Get Solutions to Your Biggest Challenges

A conference built with you in mind

Conference

Learn more about the DUG East conference and workshop.

  • 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
  • Water and fluids management
  • Emissions management

Meet the Speakers

Mark Rothenberg

Mark Rothenberg
CEO
APEX Energy

Q: How is your company navigating today's market challenges and capitalizing on opportunities?

A: APEX is taking advantage of the current conditions by drilling "non-development" wells. In the past it has been difficult to obtain high quality services and reasonable costs for single or "one-off" wells. In the current environment we are able to secure the services we need at reasonable costs.

Q: What will your DUG East presentation focus on?

A: I will focus on the macro natural gas supply and demand environment, what Appalachia's role is in that environment, and how small, PE backed companies like APEX fit in.

News

Germany's Fracking Limits Will Ban The Process From Clay Formations
Germany imposed limits on fracking on June 24, dealing a blow to efforts to develop shale gas. Under legislation passed by its lower house of Parliament, fracking will be banned in clay formations, which typically lie between 1,000 meters (m) and 2,500 m deep.Scientific test drilling will be allowed, but only with the permission of the relevant state government and under the watch of independent experts.Fracking for deep-lying or "tight" gas, typically 4,000 m to 5,000 m deep, which has been done for more than 30 years in Germany, will continue, but under more stringent regulation.

Lilis Closes Merger With Brushy Resources
Denver-based Lilis Energy Inc. closed its merger with San Antonio-based Brushy Resources Inc., the company said June 24. The company also filed for relisting on the NASDAQ stock exchange.In connection with the merger, Lilis completed a substantial recapitalization by which it completed a private placement of preferred stock for gross proceeds of $20 million, converted its outstanding shares of Series A preferred stock, outstanding debentures and some outstanding convertible notes, and also executed a reverse stock split.Lilis said that these transactions strengthened the balance sheet and focused the company on its  Delaware Basin acreage. There, the company has 3,458 core net acres with more than 500 multistack potential drilling locations including 320 in the Wolfcamp Formation.