Among U.S. shale plays, Oklahoma’s oil fields face some of the highest costs. The state has been one of the first victims of crude oil falling to its lowest price in 18 years. Oklahoma companies were slowing activity even before the coronavirus outbreak and the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.

So, what are Midcontinent producers going to do?

Find out at Hart Energy’s first-ever online event, the DUG Midcontinent Virtual Conference, August 18-19, 2020.

You can get the “DUG experience” – respected speakers addressing relevant topics and providing real insights – delivered directly to your desktop, tablet or mobile device.

Hear up-close, in-depth views from 20+ industry experts and C-suite executives representing the region’s most active private and public producers. Best of all, you can watch each session from the safety and convenience of your own home or office.

Sessions will include:

  • A special address on crude oil supply and demand and the outlook for the remainder of 2020 and all of 2021. Will the overhang continue into 2022?
  • A two-part discussion with active private operators who are surfacing pay from the vast Midcontinent hydrocarbon resource in-place.
  • A deep-dive into Midcontinent deal-making – and what it takes to get deals done today. How much consolidation is underway? What’s the outlook for E&Ps ready to buy?

Join us August 18-19 to hear what’s happening and what’s likely to come next.