Home to the prolific Permian Basin and Eagle Ford plays, Texas is North America’s most active oil-producing region. The Lone Star State also represents nearly one-third of the nation’s refining capacity and boasts a second-to-none network of midstream assets. Texas' midstream operators handle millions of barrels of crude and cubic feet of natural gas every day.
That’s why Hart Energy developed its annual MIDSTREAM Texas Conference and Exhibition - to give industry professionals a comprehensive look at midstream business activity from the state’s premier shale plays to its massive Gulf Coast refining complexes. Themed “Heart of the Market”, this year’s conference features 20+ executive-level speakers and 100+ exhibitors who will address latest challenges and opportunities facing professionals across the state. As Texas' first comprehensive midstream event, this is the ONE conference you won't want to miss!
Come connect with hundreds of top industry leaders during the event’s 10+ hours of networking opportunities!
NEW DATES & LOCATION - Join us May 23-24 in Midland, TX – the epicenter of the Permian Basin.
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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