DUG East
June 3-5, 2014
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
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DUG East Experiencing Powerful Growth

In 2013, DUG East experienced record-breaking growth in attendance – up 30% from previous years. And...we are just getting started! With substantial growth taking place throughout the shale plays in the Eastern U.S., this year's event promises to be even better.

Unconventional plays across the Appalachian region are increasing in global importances as they prove to deliver unprecedented resource abundance for the U.S. consumer. Experts now predict the Marcellus shale could rank as the biggest natural gas field in the world! Make sure that you are one of the 4,200+ attendees coming together in Pittsburgh to explore what the future has in store for shale plays throughout the Eastern United States.

News

McClendon Hires Chesapeake For New Utica Shale Venture
Posted on Tuesday April 22, 2014
A subsidiary of McClendon’s American Energy Partners LP is paying between $23,500 and $26,000 a day to rent seven rigs from Chesapeake.

Antero Tumbles Most Since IPO After Slashing Utica Gas Estimate
Posted on Monday April 14, 2014
Antero reduced its estimate for how much gas one section of its Utica holdings will yield by 34%, according to a statement.