Midstream companies across the Lone Star State gather in San Antonio to discuss opportunities and challenges
Hundreds of upstream and midstream industry professionals gathered at the 2016 MIDSTREAM Texas conference and exhibition in San Antonio, TX, September 12-14 to discuss activity across the nation's top crude oil- and natural gas-producing state. Conference attendees heard from 20+ executive-level speakers in the event's targeted conference sessions, and 125+ exhibitors gave hands-on product and technology demonstrations on the exhibit floor.
The speaker lineup featured executives from industry-leading companies like Howard Energy Mexico, Shell Pipeline LC, EnLink Midstream, Pioneer Natural Resources, EagleClaw Midstream, Azure Midstream and Rangeland Energy.
A highlight of the conference, Jim Teague, CEO of Enterprise Products Partners L.P., one of the largest publicly traded energy partnerships and a leading North American provider of midstream services, discussed Texas' role in midstream's future during the event's opening keynote session.
Hart Energy once again co-located its DUG Eagle Ford conference and exhibition with MIDSTREAM Texas. Attendees had the option to focus exclusively on upstream or midstream content, or to upgrade to attend sessions from both events.
Mark your calendars – MIDSTREAM Texas and DUG Eagle Ford will return to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio August 29-31, 2017.
President and CEO EagleClaw Midstream
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
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