Inaugural Rockies Midstream Conference
Fresh Perspectives on North American Infrastructure
Delegates attending the inaugural Rockies Midstream Conference will get opportunities to hear executive business briefings from midstream industry leaders. They'll hear what's next from those most actively involved on the leading edge of infrastructure development in North America.
Surging liquids production
The historic turnaround in U.S. production, spurred by horizontal drilling in unconventional resource plays like North Dakota's oil-rich Bakken field, is driving unparalleled demand for new midstream assets. Rockies Midstream explores the extraordinary opportunities being created with its high-level program.
Unprecedented bottlenecks in Cushing, Okla., and elsewhere, have pipeline operators scrambling to plan and implement capacity expansion projects. The financial community, producers, pipeline operators and major contractors will gather to review metrics and options at Rockies Midstream.
Work is underway for the southern leg of the Keystone XL Pipeline and dozens of other projects are winding their way through regulatory channels. The midstream industry is poised on the verge of a building boom and the excitement can be felt at Rockies Midstream as players jostle for position.
No matter which way the election swings, Rockies Midstream attendees will benefit from post-election viewpoints and prognostication. What paths will new production follow to market? With innovative solutions and investors on the scene, where will money be made in the meantime?
Venue: Colorado Convention Center | 700 14th St. | Denver, CO 80202