In This Issue:
- Observations of the Sixth Annual DUG Conference
- Mergers, Midstream, and the Marcellus and Utica Shales
- Sunoco's Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline Delayed?
- How Local Drilling Regulations May Impede Business Development in WV
Excerpt from Observations of the Sixth Annual DUG Conference -
I had the great learning experience of attending The Sixth Annual Developing Unconventional Gas Conference, known as DUG East, earlier this month. The conference is based around the sharing of ideas, performance updates, and networking across the supply chain of the Marcellus and Utica shales. DUG East brought the best and brightest corporate leadership together to update the 3,200 attendees on the innovation, continuous improvement, and execution of business plans in the 95,000 square mile Marcellus Shale and in its older, deeper and at 170,000 square miles, even geographically larger, Utica Shale. So, what did I learn?
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Topics: Liquid Natural Gas, Marcellus Shale, Natural Gas, Offshore Drilling, Oil & Gas, Pipelines, Sunoco, Utica Shale
Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Mergers & Acquisitions Updates
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