Midstream Texas
May 23-24, 2017
Midland, Texas
Midland County Horseshoe Arena
Register Featured Sponsors
EnCap Flatrock MidstreamSendero Midstream Stratas Advisors
Stupp CorporationSentry TechnologiesAereon (formerly Jordan Technologies)United Data TechnologiesBCCK Holding Company
Operator Sponsors
Sendero Midstream
Hosted By
Oil and Gas InvestorUnconventional Oil & Gas CenterMidstream Business

Leaning In: Heart of the Market

Texas Midstream Infrastructure Highlights:

  • Texas has more than 498,000+ miles of crude oil and natural gas transportation and gathering pipelines (enough to reach between New York City and Los Angeles over 178 times)

  • More than 31,000 miles of crude oil pipelines exist in the Permian Basin alone (enough to reach between Brownsville and Midland, TX over 50 times)

  • Source: Hart Energy Mapping and GIS Services (Rextag)

Now in its third year, MIDSTREAM Texas is the most informative and networking-focused event for professionals focused on midstream activity throughout the Lone Star State. This year’s conference explores key challenges and opportunities facing midstream operators and service and supply companies as they navigate changing markets in 2017 and beyond.

Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to learn about growing production and takeaway demand, downstream changes that affect midstream operations, and Texas’ evolving legal and regulatory environment.

Conference sessions will explore:

  • How Texas’ energy industry can capitalize on connecting domestic and global markets
  • Forecasts on Eagle Ford activity and predictions for growth
  • How the shifting legal and regulatory framework is affecting the midstream
  • How gas liquefaction, ethane crackers and changing crude refinery slates are affecting midstream businesses

What's in it for you?

Regardless of which industry segment you are focused on, MIDSTREAM Texas offers timely and in-depth insights.

Midstream Executives

  • Discuss where infrastructure should be added, expanded and repurposed
  • Learn how to access capital to pay for projects
  • Review potential new export opportunities (and their logistical challenges)
  • Get the latest updates on new ethane cracking and condensate processing capacity
  • Hear the latest trends on moving finished product to retail markets
  • Compare strategies for staying competitive across the entire commodity cycle

Upstream Executives

  • Learn about new takeaway capacity coming online across Texas
  • Get mid- to Long-term forecasts for midstream activity
  • Discuss challenges and solutions for getting production to Gulf Coast plants and ports
  • Review potential new export opportunities (and their logistical challenges)

Downstream Executives

  • Discuss strategies for getting production to market, where and at what volumes
  • Explore feedstock options
  • Get the latest pricing forecasts
  • Review potential new export opportunities (and their logistical challenges)