The Leading High Quality Business Conference On Midstream Infrastructure Solutions To Support The Growth Of The Permian Basin
Hear Real Insights From Companies Making Real Plans, Spending Dollars And Have Their Skin In The Game
American Business Conferences' Permian Midstream 2018 - Takeaway Capacity & Infrastructure Congress returns to Houston with a focus on providing more insight than what's being announced in the press.
Production in the Permian is growing at an unprecedented pace. Takeaway is the biggest story in the Basin right now. The constraint in capacity is an issue that concerns all participants - which pipelines are being built and what's planned for the future are some of the biggest questions that need answering before more investment takes place.
At a time when record production in the Permian Basin has led to capacity constraints and bottlenecks, companies are on the lookout for solutions in terms of trucking, pipelines, rail is desirable for them.
It is imperative for E&P companies, midstream operators and service providers to be on the same page regarding the transport of products out of the Permian Basin so they can reach their desired markets. With this in mind, the Permian Midstream Takeaway Capacity & Infrastructure Congress has a focus on looking into current pipeline capacities, new infrastructure projects in addition to future projects.
Visit www.permian-takeaway-capacity-infrastructure.com for the full speaker line-up.
In the run up to the 4th Permian Midstream Congress 2018 - we have recently conducted a fantastic exclusive interview with Kirk N. Blackim, Vice President of Business Development, Vaquero Midstream in which he discusses current and future predictions, challenges and plans for Permian midstream infrastructure.
The link to the interview can be found below:
Kirk N. Blackim, Vice President of Business Development, Vaquero Midstream
This congress will be bringing together the region's leading operators, Oklahoma's key regulatory bodies, and technology & service providers from across the nation to share their knowledge and experiences on proven and effective ways to optimize water management strategies. The event is made up of a half day Kingfisher County Water Transfer Seminar on Dec 11, followed by a 2 day conference packed with E&P case studies and discussions. 15% Discount available for AIPG members using the registration code AIPG15.
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