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September, 18th 2018

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New Horizons: Appalachian Basin

Oil and Gas 23 Oct 2018, Pittsburgh, United States 1 day 200.0 (Early Bird Rate)

 

Overview

Kallanish Energy is pleased to announced the latest event in our successful conference and seminar series: New Horizons: Appalachian Basin.  This event will be hosted in Canonsburg, PA (near Pittsburgh) on October 23rd, 2018.  This conference is designed to bring together thought leaders to present papers on issues that are currently challenging you, or will challenge you in the near future.  Thereby giving you tools, knowledge, and strategies to turn these challenges into opportunities to be ready for the New Horizons.

This event will be a 3/4 day conference focused on Oil & Gas in the Appalachian Basin and the presentations will be grouped into 4 sessions: Cybersecurity in the O&G, Big Data – technology – workforce, Utica in PA, & The trinity: Crackers, Storage, & Pipelines.

 

Who will come

This New Horizons conference will be the perfect place for you to meet your fellow: producers, services companies, industry insiders, policy makers, regulators, environmental professionals, academics, suppliers to the industry, legal professionals, developers and supply chain companies.

 

Venue

Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Pittsburgh SW – Southpointe
4000 Horizon Vue Drive
Canonsburg
Pennsylvania, 15317

New Horizons: Appalachian Basin 23 Oct 2018, Pittsburgh, United States

  • 07:30

Registration

  • 08:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

  • 08:05

Session 1: Cybersecurity in the O&G

  • 09:30

Coffee Break

  • 09:45

Session 2: Big Data – technology – workforce

  • 10:45

Coffee Break

  • 11:00

Session 3: Utica in PA

  • 12:15

Lunch

  • 13:00

Session 4: The Trinity – CSP

  • 14:00

Closing Remarks

New Horizons: Appalachian Basin 23 Oct 2018, Pittsburgh, United States

Rick Stouffer

Oil and Gas

I've joined the company as North America Energy Editor for KallanishEnergy. I have been covering energy-related topics for more than two decades, with an emphasis on oiland natural gas in the last 10 years. I was one of the first journalists to cover what has become one of the biggest energy stories in the last 30 years: the Marcellus Shale play in the U.S.’s Appalachian Basin. During my career, I also have covered the coal, nuclear and renewable energy industries for business publications, weekly business and daily newspapers, and Internet-only publications. I'm based in the center of the Marcellus Shale play: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Mike Krancer, Principal and Co-Founder, Silent Majority Strategies

Oil and Gas

As an energy policy and legal expert and co-founder and principal of Silent Majority Strategies (SMS), an energy business strategic communications and regulatory and permitting strategy firm, Mr Krancer is an advisor to U.S. and global energy companies of all types regarding the full range of legal, public policy, government relations, state and federal regulatory, financial, corporate, and labor matters. He has more than 20 years of energy industry and public policy experience at the highest corporate and policy-making levels, and was Secretary of Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) under Governor Tom Corbett.

Tomas B Murphy, Director, Penn State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research

Oil and Gas

Tom Murphy is Director of Penn State’s Marcellus Center of Outreach and Research(MCOR).  With 32 years of experience working with public officials, researchers, industry, government agencies, and landowners during his tenure with the University. His work has centered on educational consultation in natural resource development, with an emphasis specifically in natural gas exploration and related topics for the last twelve years. He lectures globally on natural gas development from shale, the economics driving the process, and its broad impacts including landowner and surface issues, environmental aspects, evolving drilling technologies, critical infrastructure, workforce assessment and training, local business expansion, resource utilization, financial considerations, and LNG export trends.

New Horizons: Appalachian Basin 23 Oct 2018, Pittsburgh, United States

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