DUG East
June 21-23, 2016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
Register Featured Sponsors
CONSOL EnergyTetraStratas AdvisorsThru Tubing SolutionsNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)Pipeliners Local Union 798Croft Production Systems
Stingray Energy Services IUOE (International Union of Operating Engineers)Beaver ExcavatingMap Oil ToolsSentry TechnologiesMammoth Energy PartnersPanther Drilling SystemsTaylor FracBaker Hughes - PlatinumKLX Energy ServicesWright & Co.ArchrockNavPortIMERYS
Operator Sponsors
Range Resources - OperatorColumbia MidstreamCONSOL Energy
Hosted By
Oil and Gas InvestorE&PUnconventional Oil & Gas CenterMidstream Business

Just Announced –
Keynote Speaker

New for 2016:
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

Norway's Greenhouse-gas Emissions Rise By 1.5% On Oil, Gas Production
Norway's greenhouse gas emissions rose by 1.5% last year, lifted by the oil and gas sector and industry, making it harder for the government in Oslo to keep promises of deep cuts to limit global warming, official data showed on May 20.Emissions rose to the equivalent of 53.9 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, up from 53.2 million in 2014, breaking several years of declines, and were above the 51.9 million in the benchmark year of 1990, preliminary Statistics Norway data showed.In the oil and gas sector, BG Group's new Knarr oil field added most to emissions in 2015.

McClendon’s American Energy Partners Powering Down
American Energy Partners (AEP) is shuttering its doors in Oklahoma City and reducing staff after the company suffered from a bad market and the untimely death of its founder, Aubrey McClendon, according to several news reports.AEP did not respond to a request for comment and several direct employee phone lines were disconnected.McClendon was the centerpiece of AEP and a magnet for attracting capital after his ouster from Chesapeake Energy Corp. (NYSE: CHK). On March 1, McClendon was accused by the U.S. Department of Justice of rigging bids for the purchase of natural gas leases in northwest Oklahoma over a four-year period. AEP said it would continue business following McClendon’s death the next day.