HOUSTON – Competing with the Marcellus and Utica, the Haynesville rig count has risen 48% in 2017. Spotlighting a region back on the rise, Hart Energy conferences is bringing its “DUG experience” to Shreveport, LA, February 20-21, 2018, at its newest DUG event – DUG Haynesville.
Themed “Classic Rock”, DUG Haynesville will gather producers and their supply chain partners to hear about the "old rock" in a region estimated to hold 304 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. The conference and exhibition will bring the “DUG experience” to a new city as operational advances coupled with surging natural gas exports renew interest in the Haynesville Shale.
“The Haynesville is entering the limelight of activity as production picks up in a region loaded with natural gas,” said Leslie Haines, conference host and executive editor-at-large for Oil and Gas Investor. “The presentations at the inaugural DUG Haynesville conference will give insights to recent drilling successes and forward-looking strategies in a region back on many producers’ radar.”
Hundreds of attendees will meet in the Shreveport Convention Center to hear from 20+ executives on what’s working and what’s ahead for a region with rapidly growing rig counts, natural gas production and links to LNG exports.
In its inaugural year, the DUG Haynesville conference is packed with keynote presentations, panels, spotlights and more, led by a series of speakers, including:
- Rob Turnham, President & COO, Goodrich Petroleum Corp.
- Alan Smith, President & CEO, Rockcliff Energy LLC
- John Jacobi, Co-CEO, Covey Park Energy
- Eric Marsh, President & CEO, Vine Oil & Gas LLC
- Jay Allison, Chairman & CEO, Comstock Resources
- John Howie, Senior Vice President, Upstream, Tellurian Inc.
- Jason Simmons, Advanced Technologies Lead, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
- Carla Tharp, Managing Director, Energy Investment Banking, Raymond James & Associates
To see the complete agenda or register, please visit DUG Haynesville.