Energy Capital Conference
April 17-18, 2017
Austin, Texas
Omni Barton Creek
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Oil and Gas InvestorUnconventional Oil & Gas Center
Featured Sponsors
Stratas AdvisorsNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)EnCap InvestmentsMerrill Coproration
RS EnergyLantana Energy AdvisorsRS Energy

Looking ahead: Where A&D Begins

As oil prices stabilize and companies set spending thresholds higher, battle-tested producers have emerged leaner – and acquisitions and divestitures are central to their 2017 playbooks. Searching for new sources of capital? Want access to the next hot play? Oil and Gas Investor's Energy Capital Conference puts you in the driver's seat.

Join us April 17–18, as 300+ industry leaders, business development professionals and financial experts gather in Austin to listen to 12 executive-level speakers and discuss best practices on how to acquire and exploit assets. The annual Energy Capital Conference Golf Tournament and Welcome Dinner are a few of the many opportunities to network with startup CEOs, billionaire oilmen and A&D aces looking for assets. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to hear and connect with some of the brightest leaders in the industry!

New for 2017: Our expanded program will focus on best practices for accessing capital to secure strategic A&D assets.


METECH Panel: Technological Gains Could Negatively Impact Oil Prices
During the last 18 months, the economic climate and oil prices have been the primary focus for much of the industry, but technology has gained prominence.Oil and gas companies in the Middle East are urged to accelerate their R&D efforts to tackle challenges facing the industry. With most of the easy oil already discovered, making it harder to find and produce hydrocarbons, the industry needs to boost investments in R&D.Producing future barrels will require tackling complex issues that are technological, environmental and economic. This requires developing new technologies and better EOR methods for carbonate reservoirs, aiming to increase the recovery factor to at least 70%. Increasing EOR rate is a key objective for oil and gas companies’ R&D centers, but the goal could be hampered if oil prices slump.

Husky Energy: Asset Sales Aid Quarterly Profit
Husky Energy Inc. reported a net profit of C$186 million on Feb. 24, helped by a gain on asset sales and the reversal of a C$202 million (US$154 million) impairment charge.Excluding the one-time items, the Canadian oil producer posted a loss of C$6 million, which was smaller than expected, helped by lower production costs and higher margins in its refining operations."Strong upstream production and U.S. downstream performance has delivered increased funds," CEO Rob Peabody said on an earnings call. "We are continuing to lower our cost structure and expand our margins."