WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Decision Makers From:
- E&P Operators in the Woodford
- E&P Operators in the Mississippi Lime
- Prospective Mid-Continent E&P Operators
- Crude Pipeline Companies
- Gas Gathering Companies
- Gas Processing Companies
- Gas Pipeline Companies
- NGL Gathering Companies
- NGL Pipeline Companies
- Oil & Gas Research Organisations
- Crude Oil Marketing
- Gas & NGL Marketing
With The Following Job Titles:
CEOs, COOs, VP's & Directors Of...
- Gas Processing
- Business Development
- Corporate Development
- Market Development
- Supply Chain
- Crude Oil Marketing Services
- Crude, Gas & NGL Marketing Services
- Crude Pipeline Construction
- Pipeline Engineering Services
- Infrastructure Procurement Services, Oil & Gas
- Pipe Supply, Oil & Gas
- Corrosion Protection - Oil & Gas Pipelines
- Gas Compression Services
- Oil & Gas Pump Maintenance
- Crude Pipeline Monitoring
- Crude Pipeline Maintenance
Mississippi Lime & Woodford Midstream Infrastructure 2014
The production potential of the Woodford and Mississippi Lime plays continues to garner rapid investment and operational interest from E&Ps across North America, with the announcement of the Cana Woodford STACK and SCOOP further strengthening Oklahoma's position on the global shale map.
With production estimates for newly discovered and existing geological formations in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford Shale continuing to increase, the industry needs to act quickly to drive the midstream infrastructure build out required to keep wells connected and flowing to ensure that crude, gas and NGLs arising reach optimally priced markets.
Current progress in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford trigger some critical commercial gaps that need determining:
- The production profile of the Kansas Mississippi Lime to determine the direction of future midstream infrastructure build out
- Current and future pipeline takeaway capacity and direction of midstream infrastructure build out to ensure operators can capitalize on productive potential in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford
- The impact of crude and gas production from other areas of the Mid-Continent on Mississippi Lime and Woodford crude and gas markets
- New technology: how splitters and GTL technology are likely to impact future oil and gas takeaway
Additionally, significant variations in nitrogen and hydrogen sulphide content in residue gas across the Mississippi Lime as well as differences in the liquid content of gas across the Woodford, mean identifying the most profitable modes of takeaway and handling capabilities for midstream infrastructure investment are key now more than ever. This includes both the redevelopment of 'ageing infrastructure' as well as the construction of new pipelines where needed to ensure all product can be taken to market at the optimal net back.
The mission of Mississippi Lime & Woodford Midstream Infrastructure 2014 is to drive thought leadership discussions on the crude, gas and NGL production potential of the Mississippi Lime and Woodford, to promote informed investment decisions for midstream infrastructure build out and to ensure producers are aware of the very latest midstream infrastructure capacity coming online in Oklahoma.
Day one will begin by examining the crude production profiles of the Woodford and Mississippi Lime by leading operators in Oklahoma to quantify additional pipeline infrastructure build out needed. The speakers will then provide an update on the latest crude pipeline projects, refinery capacities and blending requirements to make crude more marketable in line with refinery specifications. After discussing crude and condensate market options including the Cushing domestic market and the Gulf Coast, the speakers will move on to weigh up the economics of midstream investment in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford, examining the impact JVs, foreign investment and government incentives have on drilling operations and production. Day One ends by forecasting future drilling prospects in Kansas and assessing the impact production from the Granite Wash, Red Fork and Texas Panhandle will have on Mid-Continent Takeaway Capacity over the next 5 years.
Day two begins with an analysis of the gas quality profiles in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford to determine the impact of higher nitrogen specifications on pipeline build-out. Speakers will then discuss how to economically choose gas processing systems and current gas gathering capacity to keep wellheads open and identify build out requirements. The conference then delivers gas and NGL pipeline updates as well as a session on re-developing ageing infrastructure to handle the surge in production. The day ends with sessions on local gas/NGL markets as well as current and future export gas markets, including an update on LNG processing facilities, to plan for takeaway to higher priced destinations.
KEY LEARNING BENEFITS:
Mississippi Lime & Woodford Midstream Infrastructure 2014 brings together Senior Executives...
from E&P companies, pipeline operators and refiners currently active in the Mid-Continent to discuss the productive potential of the Mississippi Lime and Woodford.
Opportunities for gathering, processing and pipeline infrastructure build out will be examined and speakers will identify optimal prices for future crude, gas and NGL markets to maximize netbacks and keep the well heads flowing.
Brand New Agenda Content For The 2014 Initiative Includes:
- MISSISSIPPI LIME & WOODFORD PRODUCTION FORECASTS: Analyzing current and future production levels of crude oil from the Cana Woodford and Mississippi Lime Northern/Central Oklahoma plays to quantify additional pipeline infrastructure required
- CRUDE QUALITY & TAKEAWAY: Examining volume capacity, gravity/sulfur specifications, market direction and entry points of the latest crude pipeline projects to plan future well connectivity
- REFINING & BLENDING: Setting out crude and condensate specifications now being accepted by Cushing and Gulf Coast refineries to plan blending and marketing strategies
- RESIDUE GAS QUALITY: Exploring variations in nitrogen and hydrogen sulfide content in residue gas across the Mississippi Lime and how the liquid content of gas varies across the Woodford to identify the most profitable areas and scope for midstream infrastructure investment
- RESIDUE GAS TAKEAWAY: Hearing the timelines, capacities and market destinations of new residue gas takeaway expansion projects in Oklahoma
- GAS & NGL MARKETS: Delivering the latest updates on gas and NGL pipeline routes and takeaway capacity to identify optimal storage, fractionation and downstream market options
- AGING & NEW PIPELINE UPDATES: Delivering the latest gas and NGL pipeline project updates including capacity, aging infrastructure re-development plans, entry points and downstream market options to plan future gas connectivity