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2011 Conference, Day 1
May 24, 2011
Opening Keynote: Bakken and Three Forks Explorers
Hess Corp. opened the Williston Basin in the 1950's, and it is continuing that tradition with an aggressive Bakken program. The company holds some 500,000 net acres in the play, and prides itself on a lean manufacturing approach and an advantaged infrastructure position.
Greg Hill, Executive Vice President and President, Worldwide E&P, Hess Corporation
Operator Spotlight: Expanding the Bakken, part 1
Continental Resources has established one of the biggest and most successful positions in the Bakken shale. The company holds more than 800,000 net acres in the play. It has also established a significant position in the Niobrara, and it is the largest leaseholder in the liquids-rich Anadarko Woodford play.
Harold Hamm, Chairman & CEO, Continental Resources Inc.
Operator Spotlight: Expanding the Bakken, part 2
The remarkable Bakken continues to expand, and has now moved firmly west of the Nessen Anticline and across Montana to the U.S. extension of the Alberta Basin.
Jim Volker, Chairman and CEO, Whiting Petroleum Corp.
Operator Spotlight: Expanding the Bakken, part 3
This Bakken focused firm went public in June 2010, cementing Wall Street's interest in the play.
Operator Spotlight: Mississippi Lime
The shallow, high-perm, high-porosity, oil- and gas-liquids-rich Mississippian Lime lies beneath some 6.5 million acres in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas, making 1,000-barrel IPs in early horizontal and multi-stage-frac tests.
How The New Midcontinent Mississippian Lime Play Works Steve Antry, Chief Executive Officer, Eagle Energy of Oklahoma LLC
Ed O’Donnell, Senior Vice President, Southern California, Venoco
Bakken Infrastructure: Moving Oil to Market
Pipelines, trucks and rail are the transportation options for Bakken crude oil. Operators, transporters, investors and economists are grappling with new and expanding projects to accommodate soaring volumes from this prolific play.
Delivering Transportation Solutions to the Bakken Producer Perry Schuldhaus, Vice President Business Development, Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
Belle Fourche and Bridger Take-away Tad True, Vice President, True Companies
Benchmark Oil Prices (WTI) Conrad Barnes, Manager of Energy Pricing Center, Hart Energy
Brigham's Continued Bakken Success, Including In Montana Bud Brigham, Chairman, President and CEO, Brigham Exploration Co
2011 Conference, Day 2
May 25, 2011
The Financial Paradigms & Geopolitics of Unconventionals Tom Petrie, Vice Chairman, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Niobrara Nuts and bolts: Geology, Economics and Activity
The emerging horizontal Niobrara play has lit up the Rocky Mountain region, as oil-prone shale explorers study the reservoir, snap up leases, make deals and set rigs to work across a broad area.