Executive Oil Conference
November 9-10, 2015
Midland, Texas
Midland County Horseshoe
Arena & Pavilion
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Tudor Pickering HoltNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)EnCap Investments
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Petroleum StrategiesHart EnergyOil and Gas Investor

Permian Powers On
90+ years of prolific production and still growing

Home to oil legends and vast fortunes, the Permian Basin is the undisputed capital of the light oil revolution. And the opportunity for legendary profit-making is far from over. Pioneer Natural Resources, who will be featured at this year's opening keynote presentation, estimated in June 2014 it has 20,000+ potential Wolfcamp and Lower Spraberry well locations. That count doesn't include what may be possible from down-spacing or from wells in the Clearfork, Middle Spraberry, Atoka and Woodford layers.

While this world-class play isn't immune to the impacts of current oil markets, it remains a strategic investment for elite producers who are successfully driving breakeven costs down. With layer upon layer of proven resource-rich rock, companies are finding innovative ways economically produce oil in any market.

Why should you spend two days in Midland, TX this November? Because it’s where the oil is! Attend the ONE conference that gives you an in-depth look at activity in the nation's top oil province, and unique perspectives on the entire U.S. oil and gas market. Plan now to join 1,100+ industry executives, managers, capital providers, financiers and analysts, 15+ executive-level speakers and 80+ exhibiting companies November 9-10 in Midland.

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Keystone XL Permit On Verge Of Rejection?
The long-anticipated rejection of permitting to build TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL Pipeline by the Obama administration may be announced just prior to the Labor Day weekend, according to reports in the Canadian press, which would confirm projections made earlier in the summer by Stratas Advisors, a Hart Energy company. John Kneiss, Washington-based director for Stratas, said on Aug. 28 that the president could announce the denial of a permit to build the pipeline during his trip to Alaska early next week.

LNG Prices Fall Due To Large Supply, Re-exports From Europe
Re-exports from European LNG import terminals could intensify given the wide spread between domestic gas hub prices, currently trading around $6.10 per million British thermal units, and Asian markets, Reuters said.