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U.S. Shale Drillers Forecast Natgas Rebound

March 27-28, 2024 | Shreveport, LA | Shreveport Convention Center

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Gas Drillers Predict Price Slump will Rebound

According to Bloomberg, US shale-gas drillers are betting that a price slump eroding their cash-flow outlook will be short-lived and that a rebound awaits in 2024.

A group of suppliers including EQT Corp. and Southwestern Energy Co. used the latest round of earnings calls with analysts to reassure investors that natural gas supply and demand fundamentals remain structurally bullish even after prices have slumped by more than half this year.

The second-largest natural gas play in the US by production has output reaching new heights leaving a backdrop for US natural gas prices. Growing production, increased well productivity and drilling efficiencies, and proximity to LNG export projects are supporting growth opportunities for midstream and contributes to a positive long-term outlook.

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Led by growth in the Haynesville Shale, natural gas production from seven key U.S. onshore regions is set to surge past the 96 Bcf/d mark in early 2024, according to the latest modeling from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). Carrying over from month-earlier projections, the Haynesville will lead natural gas production gains month/month, accounting for 152 MMcf/d of growth and raising its output to 16.409 Bcf/d, according to the latest Drilling Productivity Report.

This year’s DUG Haynesville Conference & Exhibition will focus on how current global events have placed energy production at the center of our national conversation. Operators in the Haynesville shale play are proud of the role they are playing in powering America and allies abroad.

Join Hart Energy LIVE in Shreveport, Louisiana on March 27-28th to gain insights on the elevated upstream and midstream activities and beyond.

Key Topics to be Covered

Join us in March when industry leaders will discuss topics such as:

  • Production Operations and supply growth
  • Best practices in OFS with case studies
  • LNG operators' demands for Haynesville RSG and CCS
  • Midstream activities currently underway
  • Gas producers’ direct sales contracts with overseas buyers
  • M&A Activity, price and outlook
David Eudey

Vice PresidentChesapeake Energy Corp

Brad Gray

Executive Vice PresidentDiversified Energy Company

Gordon Huddleston

Partner & PresidentAethon Energy

Andy Huggins

Senior Vice President & Division HeadSouthwestern Energy Company

Craig Jarchow

President & CEOTG Natural Resources LLC

Bernadette Johnson

General ManagerEnverus

Rob Klenner

Advanced Geothermal Technology LeaderBaker Hughes

Doug Krenek

President & CEOSabine Oil & Gas Corporation

Larry Larsen

Senior Vice President, Gathering & ProcessingWilliams Companies Inc.

Meg Molleston

PresidentGeoSouthern Energy Holdings GP LLC

Lara Owens

Director, Science & TechnologyMiQ

Alan Smith

President & CEORockcliff Energy LLC

Dick Stoneburner

Co-Founder, Petrohawk Energy Corp.; AAPG Distinguished Lecturer 2013; Chairman, Tamboran Resources Ltd.Independent

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