Geographically, Texas may be the nation's second largest state. But when it comes to oil and gas activity, it is the undisputed upstream, midstream and downstream leader. With 280,000+ miles of crude oil and natural gas pipelines, the Lone Star State's extensive midstream network connects prolific plays like the Permian Basin and the Eagle Ford to the world’s largest complex of refineries along the Gulf Coast. This September, Hart Energy's MIDSTREAM Texas conference and exhibition gives you an in-depth look at midstream activity across the state.
Hear directly from 20+ senior-level executives and industry analysts in uniquely candid conference sessions. Discover strategies for staying competitive across the entire commodity cycle. And meet and network with hundreds of midstream professionals during the event's 9+ hours of dedicated networking sessions. Plus, hundreds of upstream and midstream exhibiting companies will showcase the latest products and technologies on the trade show floor.
Vice President, Business Development Rangeland Energy
President Howard Energy Mexico
CEO Enterprise Products Partners LP
CEO Oryx Midstream
VP, Permian Gas & Power Infrastructure Pioneer Natural Resources
Michele F. Joy
Vice President, Regulatory and Major Projects Shell Midstream Partners, LP
Michael J. Latchem
President and CEO Lucid Energy Group
VP - Commercial and Business Development Williams
President and CEO GPA Midstream Association
Senior Vice President - Permian Basin EnLink Midstream
Midstream Texas: Calls For Vigilance On Cost Control SAN ANTONIO—Midstream players were urged to maintain a tight grip on costs amid low natural gas prices by speakers at Hart Energy’s recent Midstream Texas conference.The midstream sector should maintain “vigilance in driving down costs” as it expands demand-driven natural gas infrastructure needs, attendees heard from John Poarch, vice president, commercial & business development, Williams Cos.And midstream players and equipment suppliers “need to find ways to significantly reduce the cost of pipelines and processing facilities to remain competitive in today’s low cost price environment,” said Carlos Conerly, vice president, ISII Plant Services.
Sempra’s IEnova Completes Acquisition Of Pemex Stake In Mexico Pipeline JV Sempra Energy’s Mexican subsidiary, Infraestructura Energetica Nova SAB de CV (IEnova), completed its acquisition of Pemex Transformacion Industrial's 50% equity interest in the Gasoductos de Chihuahua joint venture (JV) for about $1.14 billion.The assets are three natural gas pipelines, an ethane pipeline, a liquid petroleum gas pipeline and an associated storage terminal.Mexico's antitrust commission, the Comision Federal de Competencia Economica, authorized the transaction Sept. 15.