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Find out who will be presenting at the first-ever event where all facets of the liquid-rich plays are coming together to network. Here’s the day-by-day breakdown…

Monday, December 3rd, 2012 

Networking Activities

Golf Tournament - The golf outing will take place at the beautiful TPC San Antonio course. Bring your business cards...this is your chance to connect with decision-makers! 

Group Tour - Enjoy the company of your peers for lunch, followed by a visit to The Alamo and tours of the Warrior & Family Support Center and the Center for the Intrepid.

Welcome Reception – Your chance to mingle with attendees! Held at the hotel, this reception will feature drinks, appetizers, and plenty of networking opportunities. 

 

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

7:30am Networking with the Industry: Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30am Welcome & Overview – Ms. Christy Coleman, Director, NGL Forum
8:45am Russell Braziel, President, RBN Energy, LLC 

High Stakes in U.S. NGLs: What could go wrong with today’s lucrative natural gas liquids markets? 

Gas processing margins recently hit all-time highs. Hundreds of miles of NGL pipelines are under constructions. Almost 90 new gas processing plants are being built. Fractionation capacity in Mont Belvieu is doubling. Petrochemical producers are gearing up to run huge incremental volumes of ethane. Are all of these opportunities rock solid? Or could unexpected risks derail the NGL markets and the investments being made to support growth in those markets?

 

9:45am Brian L. Melton, Vice President, NGL Business Development, Inergy L.P.

The Role of NGL Storage in U.S. Shale Plays
  • Case Study – North East NGL Markets and the Impact of the Marcellus / Utica Shale Plays
    • Role of storage – Winter vs. summer demand
    • Planned construction of North East NGL takeaway alternatives
  • Case Study – Gulf Coast / Mont Belvieu NGL Markets and the Impact of the Eagle Ford Shale Play
    • Planned construction of Eagle Ford NGL takeaway alternatives
    • Developing alternatives to Mont Belvieu for Eagle Ford NGL’s
10:20am Networking Break
10:50am Tim Stauft, President, Aux Sable
  • Frac spread has structurally shifted to a new higher level, but has weakened recently, still spurring on new volumes of NGLs
  • New NGL markets will be needed as well as new infrastructure. Scale of infrastructure will be important.
  • To capture fracspread, NGLs need to be recovered, processed and transported to market (domestic and export)
  • Alternative ways to access fracspread exist
11:30am Peter Fasullo, Principal, EnVantage

Ethane Supply/Demand – Balance vs. Oversupply
  • Will there be an oversupply of ethane and when will it occur.
  • What are Petchems doing to consume Ethane? And exactly how much can they consume?
  • How much incremental ethane supplies will be extracted and where?
  • How will ethane exports affect supply/demand balances?
  • What role will the Marcellus/Utica region play in ethane supply?
12:15pm Dr. Jim Duncan, Chief Analyst and Commodity Market Strategist, ConocoPhillips
  • Networking Lunch & Keynote Address
  • Presentation Notes to be released shortly…
1:45pm Mr. Michael Smith, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Products 

Enterprise’s NGL Expansions – Fractionation at 
Mont Belvieu
  • What is Mont Belvieu (MTBV)?
  • What NGL facilities and services are provided in MTBV?
  • Why does MTBV matter?
  • Why MTBV is not just fractionation?
2:30pm Networking Break
3:00pm Midstream Panel, featuring…


Rick Cargile, President, Energy Transfer 


Examining ETP’s Full Value Chain Services in the Eagle Ford

  • Examining ETP’s transformation from one of the largest transmission companies in the nation to positioning as one of the largest ngl producers in the nation
  • Addressing how shale plays in the U.S. are driving the economy and helping to avoid a second dip recession
  • Analyzing ETP’s strategy as the fastest growing Midstream company in the Eagle Ford area – including super-system operations, infrastructure build out, and leveraging the full value chain of services
  • Providing insight as to the “last mole standing” piece of infrastructure needed that could bottle neck Eagle Ford shale production – the ability to get to existing liquid markets and new emerging markets
  • Examining the Eagle Ford new incremental gas processing capacity and ngl production – is the market capable of absorbing it and where will it go

Greg Bowles, Sage Midstream 

Launching Sage Midstream: Beginning with a Bang

  • Overview of Company Focus and Capabilities in the NGL Midstream Markets
  • Company Partnerships and Capitalization
  • Management Background

Making Sense of the Market: Natural Gas Liquids & Liquid-Rich Projects

  • Macro NGL Market Environment Overview and Opportunities

Looking Ahead: Challenges & Opportunities

  • NGL-related Infrastructure needs and marketplace development
  • Greenfield projects/investment

Josh R. Weber, Senior Vice President, Commercial Business Development, Howard Energy Partners

Eagle Ford Gas Processing Capacity Considerations

  • Overview of Howard Energy Partners’ assets and capabilities
  • Examining the latest investments in Eagle Ford gas processing plants and the timing of new infrastructure
  • Discussion of the efficiency of new processing plants along with expected NGL recoveries
  • Optimizing locations for greenfield processing plant development
  • Reducing lead time in developing new projects
5:00pm Networking Reception, Hosted by your NGL Forum Sponsors

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
8:00am Networking with the Industry: Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00am Welcome – Christy Coleman, NGL Forum
9:15am Jennifer Brickle, Lead NGL Analyst, BENTEK

The Future Supply Demand Landscape for U.S. Natural Gas Liquids
  • Ethane – Petrochemical Demand and Build-out
  • Propane – Changes in Heating Demand, Future Dehydrogenation, and Global Exports
  • Natural Gasoline – Increasing Need for Diluent in Canadian Oil Sands
9:45am Mr. Kirk Morgan, Bracewell & Giuliani

Federal Regulatory Issues Impacting the Development of NGL Pipelines
  • Will address how the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) determines whether the services provided by an NGL pipeline are subject to FERC’s regulation and how FERC’s regulation of transportation services impacts a pipeline in terms of rates, terms and conditions of service, and capacity allocation.
  • To address some of the more recent rate/capacity allocation methodologies that FERC has approved.

…with more speakers to follow…
 


 

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