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
Asia's Oil Refiners Can Select From More Than 300 Crude Grades Asia's oil refiners can choose from a sprawling buffet of over 300 crudes from every continent except Antarctica as a combination of cheap freight and rising supplies leaves buyers overwhelmed by the variety of oil grades on offer.The lifting of the 40-year-old U.S. crude export ban in December 2015 means North American supplies are now competing for Asian buyers along with the barrels sent from the Middle East, Russia and elsewhere. As OPEC prepares to meet next week to discuss a potential output freeze, the possibility of U.S. supply eating into its market share lurks in the back of organization member countries' minds.A South Korean refiner now has a menu of more than 300 crude grades to choose from, according to Reuters calculations. This includes grades from Ecuador, Mexico and the U.K. The greater variety means refiners can optimize their feedstock selections, boosting profitability.
Investors Led By Canada's Brookfield Purchase Stake In Petrobras' Gas Pipeline Unit Brazil's Petrobras agreed to sell 90% of its natural gas pipeline unit for $5.2 billion to a group of investors led by Canada's Brookfield Asset Management Inc., the companies said on Sept. 23.The Brookfield-led group agreed to pay $4.34 billion upon closing the deal and the remaining $850 million in five years, they said. The consortium includes sovereign wealth funds CIC Capital Corp. of China and GIC Private Ltd. of Singapore.Reuters had reported on Sept. 6 details of the accord that the investor group struck with Petrobras.