The economic boundaries of the Oklahoma’s Stack play continue to expand. “Proppant-geddon” jobs in the Haynesville and other advancements have put that rock back in the spotlight. Appalachia is getting more take-away. Hear from Longfellow Energy, Goodrich Petroleum and Kalnin Ventures executives on what producers are currently expecting from their assets?
Moderator: Nissa Darbonne, editor-at-large for Oil and Gas Investor
"The Northeastern Stack's Horizontal Osage"
Todd Dutton, president of Longfellow Energy LP
"New Haynesville Economics"
Rob Turnham, president and COO of Goodrich Petroleum Corp.
"Building A Winning Marcellus Portfolio"
Christopher Kalnin, managing director and co-founder of Kalnin Ventures LLC
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