3rd Annual

Rocky Mountain Gas Symposium

Improving Access and Capacity for Maximum Results in the Rockies

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

About

Production in the US is showing significant declines. While The Rockies boast the greatest potential to bridge the gap between supply and demand, producers have faced long lead times in getting permission to drill. However, today's Rocky Mountain outlook is bright. The basis differential is narrowing, land access policies are in discussion, new plays are being discovered, new technologies are improving E&P efficiency, and pipelines are quickly expanding to meet increased demands from California and Midwest markets. Are you ready to take advantage of these opportunities?

The American Conference Institute's 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Gas Symposium publication will provide you with new production and pipeline case studies, new E&P and water management techniques, policy updates, and supply/demand forecasts including:

  • Rocky Mountain Energy Council and Colorado BLM on new initiatives to ease the permitting process
  • Ultra Petroleum, Stone Energy and BP on new projects and techniques for enhanced production
  • Wyoming Pipeline Authority, Questar Pipelines, Kinder Morgan, Northern Border, Kern River Gas, and Enbridge on pipeline expansion plans until 2007
  • Cheniere Energy and Ben Schleisinger on forecasted LNG projects in the US and impacts on Rocky Mountain supply to the west coast

Contents & Contributors

About

Production in the US is showing significant declines. While The Rockies boast the greatest potential to bridge the gap between supply and demand, producers have faced long lead times in getting permission to drill. However, today's Rocky Mountain outlook is bright. The basis differential is narrowing, land access policies are in discussion, new plays are being discovered, new technologies are improving E&P efficiency, and pipelines are quickly expanding to meet increased demands from California and Midwest markets. Are you ready to take advantage of these opportunities?

The American Conference Institute's 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Gas Symposium publication will provide you with new production and pipeline case studies, new E&P and water management techniques, policy updates, and supply/demand forecasts including:

  • Rocky Mountain Energy Council and Colorado BLM on new initiatives to ease the permitting process
  • Ultra Petroleum, Stone Energy and BP on new projects and techniques for enhanced production
  • Wyoming Pipeline Authority, Questar Pipelines, Kinder Morgan, Northern Border, Kern River Gas, and Enbridge on pipeline expansion plans until 2007
  • Cheniere Energy and Ben Schleisinger on forecasted LNG projects in the US and impacts on Rocky Mountain supply to the west coast

Contents & Contributors

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND BENEFICIAL USE ISSUES FOR COALBED DEVELOPMENT IN NEW MEXICO
Bill Olson, New Mexico Oil Conservation Division

COAL BED NATURAL GAS POWDER RIVER BASIN SITE SPECIFIC ANALYSIS PERMIT TO DRILL (APD) PLAN OF DEVELOPMENT (POD)
Dennis Stenger, Wyoming, Bureau of Land Management

IMPROVING FEDERAL PERMITTING PROCESSES
Clare Moseley, Public Lands Advocacy

THE UNITED STATES NATURAL GAS RESOURCE ENDOWMENT
John Curtis, Colorado School of Mines

NATIONAL PETROLEUM COUNCIL: 2003 NATURAL GAS STUDY PRESENTATION
David Blackmon, Burlington Resources

PERSPECTIVE: ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAS SUPPLIES
Pete Stark, HIS Energy

PRODUCTION PANEL: UPDATE ON NEW HOT SPOTS AND TECHNIQUES FOR ENHANCED E&P IN THE ROCKIES
Brian Ault, Ultra Petroleum

TECHNOLOGICAL AND OPERATIONAL INNOVATIONS ROCKIES GAS
Kim Overcash, Stone Energy

THE LATEST PRICE FORECAST AND POTENTIAL FOR THE ROCKIES: WILL THE BASIS DIFFERENTIAL CONTINUE TO NARROW?
Peter Tertzakian, ARC Financial

EXPANSION PROJECTS UPDATE
Shelley Wright, Questar Pipelines

NATURAL GAS INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT UPDATE
Dave Scharf, Kinder Morgan

PIPELINE PROJECT UPDATE: BOOSTING TAKEAWAY CAPACITY IN THE ROCKIES
Richard Shepherd, Northern Border Pipelines

BOOSTING TAKEAWAY CAPACITY IN THE ROCKIES
Kirk Morgan, Kern River Gas Transmission Company

INCREASING LNG COMPETITION: FORECAST OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPACTS ON ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAS EXPORTS
Don Turkleson, Cheniere Energy Inc.

INCREASING LNG COMPETITION: FORECAST OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPACTS ON ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAS EXPORTS
Ben Schlesinger, Benjamin Schlesinger and Associates, Inc.

COALBED METHANE WELL STIMULATION
Buddy McDaniel, Haliburton Energy Services

SQUEEZING THE SPONGE: EFFECTIVE CBM AND TIGHT GAS SANDS TECHNIQUES TO OVERCOME NEW CHALLENGES IN THE ROCKIES
Terry Brown, Western Research Institute

COAL BED NATURAL GAS IN THE POWDER RIVER BASIN
John Robitaille, Petroleum Association of Wyoming
Joseph C. Icenogle, Fidelity Exploration & Production Company
Tom Clayson, Anadarko Petroleum



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