With apologies to Guns N’ Roses, the name of the game in the Midcontinent, like nearly everywhere else, is a rise in commodity prices. Until then, executives and analysts shared advice for near-term success.
Whereas the first day of the DUG Midcontinent Virtual Conference focused on the problems at hand, day two sets forth solutions to capital needs, future planning and finding markets.
During the first day of DUG Midcontinent Virtual Conference, operators and industry analysts acknowledged the unique challenges of today’s market, but offered positive indicators making for a better market outlook.
The first-ever DUG Midcontinent Virtual Conference is streaming top executives and analysts and high-level discussions of the activity, markets and production technology.
Seth Urruty, COO of Oklahoma-based independent Camino Natural Resources, sat down with Jessica Morales to discuss staying attractive to investors plus utilizing technology.
Robert Hefner V, president and CEO of Hefner Energy, sat down with Jessica Morales to discuss a wide range of topics including his company’s business model and addressing climate change.
Fortunately, “the rock is actually good,” Chaparral Energy CFO Scott Pittman told attendees at the recently held DUG Midcontinent conference in Oklahoma City.
Calvin Cahill, President & CEO, Calyx Energy III takes a look at how the company has positioned itself economically in a poor price environment.