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DUG East: Natural Gas Capital: Where the Money Flows

KeyBanc Capital Markets managing director of oil and gas Jay Salitza discusses the flow of capital into the Appalachian Basin and overall oil and gas investment now and in the years to come.

DUG East: Crypto Gas: Betting on Bitcoin

See what Aggreko's business development manager thinks about the trend of using spare gas for crypto-mining.

DUG East: Operator Spotlight: From the Appalachians to the Rockies

Hear Greylock Energy's president and CEO explain the company's decision to expand into the Uinta after operating almost exclusively in the Marcellus.

DUG East: Regulatory Impact: Local and State Governments Loom Large

Hear roundtable panelists dissect the legislation at the local and federal level that is most likely to affect operations in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

DUG East: Keynote: Unleashing LNG

Watch as EQT Corp. president and CEO Toby Rice explains the LNG potential the Appalachian Basin holds and how to unleash it to ease North American and European gas market shortages.

DUG East: Technology Roundtable: The Tools and Techniques for Low-carbon Operations

Hear representatives from Antero Resources, Welltec and Locus Bio-Energy Solutions discuss how to limit greenhouse-gas emissions from natural gas operations.

DUG East: Spotlight: Differentiating Natural Gas

Watch as Northeast Natural Energy's vice president of geosciences and innovation discusses how his company considers environmental responsibility and community impact in its Appalachian operations.

DUG East: Responsibly Sourced Gas: Gaining Traction

Equitable Origin principal advisor Jennifer Stewart explains the benefits of producing certified responsibly sourced gas.

DUG East: Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Assets

Siemens Energy's global head of cybersecurity for industrial applications explains how operators can address cybersecurity and avoid becoming a target for cyber hackers.

DUG East: LNG Diplomacy: Why It Isn't Temporary

Mercator Energy founder and president John Harpole explains why LNG needs to have a lasting presence in geopolitical conversations.