HOUSTON, Aug. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — As the national debate over crude oil exports gains attention, U.S. producers are eager to pursue this and related markets to sustain economic growth. Crude oil export plans depend on the federal government’s decision to lift the decades-old ban. Leading into the election cycle, hundreds of senior executives and energy experts will gather on December 8 for the 2015 Energy Exports Executive Summit at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, FL.
Harold Hamm, chairman and CEO of Continental Resources, will deliver the opening keynote address. A champion of exports, Hamm co-founded the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance to preserve markets for oil and gas produced in the United States. Hamm will discuss new developments, the potential, and why exports are crucial to America’s energy security and economy. Attendees will learn about opportunities to export natural gas and NGL products and what’s coming from Washington, D.C. for crude oil.
The Energy Exports Executive Summit explores:
- global commodity export markets – crude and condensates, natural gas and LNG, natural gas liquids and liquefied petroleum gas
- what new projects and infrastructure changes will be required to meet demand
- and who to connect with to bid on these projects
“Hart Energy launched this destination summit to allow industry movers and shakers to network and concentrate on how to generate revenue from growing opportunities for exports of crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids,” said Barry Haest, Vice President, Events. “Executive speakers will advise attendees how to prepare for and benefit from potential policy shifts.”
The Energy Exports Executive Summit examines activity and opportunities across North America’s energy sectors – upstream oil and gas production, midstream infrastructure and downstream operations. The super-early bird discount for registration expires October 9, 2015.
View the preliminary agenda, at EnergyExportsSummit.com.
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