WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Decision Makers From…
- E&P Companies Operating In The Eagle Ford
- US Oil & Gas Majors
- Crude Pipeline Operators
- Condensate Splitter Operators
- Gas & NGL Pipelines Operators
- Gas Gathering Processing Companies
- Rail Operators
- Marine & Barge Terminal Operators
- LNG Terminal Operators
- Refiners In Texas & The Gulf Coast
- Fractionation Companies
- Petrochemical Companies
- Gas Gathering & Processing Companies
CEOs, COOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Team Leads & Chiefs Of…
- Eagle Ford Assets
- Condensate Marketing
- Crude Marketing
- Natural Gas Marketing
- NGL Marketing
- Pipeline / Pipeline Construction
- Business Development
- Commercial Development
- Crude Trading
- Gas Processing
- Gas Supply
- NGL Trading
- Gas Trading
- New Ventures
- Pipeline EPC Companies
- Front End Engineering & Design (FEED) Services
- Pipeline Corrosion Control & Maintenance Companies
- Crude Trucking / Hauling Companies
- Rail Transloading / Intermodal Solutions Providers
- Crude / Condensate / Gas / NGL Marketing Companies
- Commodity Trading Companies
- Condensate Stabilization Technology Providers
- Crude Quality Testing Services
- EPC Services For Gas Processing
- Energy Market Analysis Consultants
- Crude & Gas Storage Tanks
- Providers Of Steel Piping For Pipelines
- Gas Compressor Stations / Station Design
- Pipeline Construction Equipment
- Pipeline Automation & Control
- Pipeline Right Of Way
- Pipeline Software
- Crude Storage Tank Cleaning
4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014
Production growth in the Eagle Ford has continued to soar throughout 2014 with crude volumes rapidly approaching 1.5 million barrels per day and natural gas volumes set to top 7000 million cubic feet per day by the year's end.
Despite recent build out of infrastructure it is still vital that takeaway capacity continues to keep up with rising production volumes, and that Eagle Ford producers find new markets for their products.
This year, however, Eagle Ford E&Ps and midstream operators are now facing a new range of challenges in getting their products to market. These include the proliferation of highly volatile condensate, the need for alternative takeaway options such as rail, truck and barge, and the drive to find new markets including retrofitted refineries for light crude, splitters for condensate and increased demand in Mexico for natural gas.
To respond to these challenges, leading E&Ps and midstream companies in the Eagle Ford will be meeting at the 4th Annual Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014 to share solutions for ensuring takeaway capacity & markets keep up with rapidly increasing volumes of supply of crude, condensates, natural gas and NGLs in the Eagle Ford.
Welcoming you back this year, the new agenda has been totally revamped to reflect the changing landscape of takeaway infrastructure and market destinations for Eagle Ford products, with over 20 brand new case studies based on work done in the last 6 months.
Providing the very latest data on forecasted combined production volumes of condensate, crude, natural gas & NGLs in the Eagle Ford, examining progress in establishing condensate splitters and stabilizers, strategies for capitalizing on rail, truck and bargetakeaway options and solutions for optimizing gas processing & storage infrastructure.
Entirely devoted to identifying developments in finding new domestic and international markets for Eagle Ford products, speakers will break down new market opportunities on a commodity-by-commodity basis. Firstly, they will examine how U.S. based condensate splitters and demand for diluent in Canada will drive demand for rapidly rising Eagle Ford condensate production. Leading refiners will then explain how retrofits to their refineries will impact demand for light sweet crude production in the Eagle Ford, before multiple industry stakeholder discuss the implications of potential changes to crude export laws. Finally, speakers will analyze new markets for Eagle Ford natural gas, including how demand from Mexican power plants, LNG export facilities and the domestic manufacturing industry will impact natural gas prices.
Brand New Features Include:
- CONDENSATE FOCUS : To reflect growing concerns surrounding the glut of condensates being produced in the Eagle Ford, this year will feature extensive analysis of the latest solutions for establishing condensate splitters & stabilizers to meet supply and examine option for optimizing existing pipelines for condensate takeaway
- CRUDE BY PIPELINES, RAIL, BARGE & TRUCK : In addition to providing the latest updates on crude pipeline projects in the Eagle Ford, this year's event will expand its focus to examine how rail, barge and truck can be optimized to help takeaway capacity keep up with ever-rising production volumes
- OPTIMIZING GAS PROCESSING & STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE : With gas processing infrastructure now in place, the focus of this year's event will turn to how it can be optimized to ensure that the maximum proportion of higher value NGLs are being produced to ensure higher netbacks for producers and examining how current low gas storage levels will impact market dynamics
- CONDENSATE MARKETS IN THE U.S. & CANADA : Evaluating how new splitters and developments in demand from Canada will drive pricing and demand levels for Eagle Ford condensates
- CRUDE REFINERY RECONFIGURATIONS & CRUDE EXPORTS : Examining progress being made in retrofitting refineries to receive light sweet crude from the Eagle Ford and analyzing how potential changes to crude export regulations could impact market dynamics
- GAS DEMAND FROM LNG EXPORTS & MEXICO : Quantifying what impact fresh natural gas demand from LNG exports, Mexican power plants and the domestic manufacturing industry will have on gas pricing and whether it will be enough to cause producers to re-evaluate gas-prone targets
2014 has seen a huge shift in challenges now faced by Eagle Ford E&Ps & midstream operators in getting their product to market. To keep up with rising production volumes of crude, natural gas, NGLs and, especially, condensates, it is now vital that not only is new takeaway capacity is established, but that existing infrastructure is optimized and alternative solutions such as rail, barge and truck are fully capitalized on. Additionally, Eagle Ford producers are becoming increasingly creative in finding new markets, both domestic and international, for their products.
Because of this, this year's agenda has been totally revamped to reflect the changing landscape of takeaway infrastructure and market destinations for Eagle Ford products. Now in its 4th year, the Eagle Ford Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity 2014 congress, will build on its legacy of being the only E&P-led Eagle Ford specific midstream congress, with 100% of presentations from E&Ps and midstream operators. This year, however, it will feature over 20 brand new case studies, with each presentation based on data collected in the last 6 months.