DUG East
June 3-5, 2014
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
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Thank you for attending DUG East 2014

This year more than 3,200 attendees, 24 speakers and 320+ exhibitors packed the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA for three days of world-class conference sessions, exclusive networking opportunities and deal-making on the exhibit floor.

With executives from leading E&Ps like Rice Energy, CONSOL Energy, Magnum Hunter Resources, Stone Energy, Anadarko and Talisman Energy USA speaking, attendees were treated to the largest producer speaker lineup in the history of the event. Conference sessions focused on key topics in the powerhouse Marcellus and Utica shale plays. Click here to view the 2014 conference agenda and download the speaker presentations.

During the event's Keynote Luncheon, Former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director, Leon Panetta shared first-hand accounts from his experiences in the White House and from his storied career in public service.

Click here to view the DUG East 2014 post-event press release. Plus, visit the DUG East News & Media page for articles about the 2014 event.

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And be sure to save the date for DUG East 2015, scheduled June 23-25, 2015 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, in Pittsburgh, PA.


Merkel’s Government Opens Door To Commercial Fracking In Germany
German authorities plan to allow exploratory commercial drilling starting in 2019, Bloomberg reported.

Apache To Shed Noncore Anadarko, South Louisiana Properties For $1.4 Billion
Apache Corp. (NYSE: APA) said Nov. 20 it plans to sell noncore southern Louisiana and certain Anadarko Basin oil and gas assets for about $1.4 billion in two separate transactions. Proceeds from the sales will be used primarily to fund Apache’s 2014 leasehold acquisition program, according to a news release. John Christmann, Apache’s COO, described the assets as “high-decline, mature properties,” during a Nov. 20 webcast. The buyers were not identified during the webcast. In southern Louisiana, Apache will sell its working interest in about 90,000 net acres. The mature fields produced about 21,000 barrels of oil per day (boe/d) (62% gas and NGLs) net to Apache during the third quarter of 2014. The Houston-based company will retain its 275,000 mineral acres in South Louisiana. “It just does not fit and will not compete for capital in 2015 going forward,” Christmann said of the Louisiana assets.