2013 Gas/Electric Partnership Conference

Gas Infrastructure for New Supply and New Industrial/Export Markets

OIL & GAS INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
NORTH AMERICAN SHALE DEVELOPMENTS & IMPACTS ON INFRASTRUCTURE
OFFSHORE POWER & ROTATING EQUIPMENT
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS TO USE COMPETITIVELY PRICED NORTH AMERICAN GAS
GAS TRANSMISSION & POWER
TECHNOLOGY UPDATES
                                   

UNDERWRITERS 

MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc
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Hoerbiger Compression Technology
CompressorTechTwo
Voith T
urbo Inc.
Southwest Research Institute®
Solar Turbines
ABB
NEUMAN & ESSER USA, INC

CenterPoint Energy
Dresser-Rand Company
Caterpillar Inc.

Cameron
American Electric Power
Gaumer Process
ARIEL CORPORATION
ACI Services Inc.
 TMEIC 
Anselectric LLC (now NIDEC)
 FMC Technologies - Direct Drive Systems

Entergy
Compressor Systems, Inc
Elliott Group
GE
Atlas Copco
Detechtion
SEC Energy Products & Services
Rolls-Royce
Valerus
Siemens Energy
GE Oil & Gas

GAS COMPANY PLANNING ADVISORS

Apache Corp,  Boardwalk Pipeline, BP America, ConocoPhillips, Energy Transfer, Kinder Morgan,
Marathon Oil Company,
Occidental Petroleum, SBM Offshore, Williams Gas Pipeline 

Produced by Gas/Electric Ventures  

    Oil & Gas Industry Overview
            
Moderated by Donald R. Knop & Larry D. Naylor

      ● North American Natural Gas Outlook
             Jack Weixel, Bentek Energy

        Current EPA Air Regulatory Issues for the Gas Compressor Industry
            
Ruben Herrera and Jeffrey A. Adams, BP America Production Company

  North American Shale Developments and Impacts on Infrastructure
             Moderated by Michael Gibala, Cameron, and Robert Crow, Neuman & Esser, USA

      Marcellus/Utica Production Reverses Traditional Natural Gas and NGL Flows
            
E. Russell Braziel, RBN Energy

      Early Results and Outlook for the Utica Shale
            
Robert Chase, Marietta College

     ● Meeting Power Requirements in the Eagle Ford Shale
            James Uhleski, Pioneer Natural Resources

     Power Company Perspectives on Eagle Ford
          
 Robert W. Knowles, American Electric Power

     Shale Infrastructure Round Table, Comparing Bakken, Marcellus, Utica, Eagle Ford, and Permian
           
Moderated by Norm Shade, ACI Services, Inc., panel – Robert Chase, Marietta College; Ed Gibbons, Tall City Exploration; James Uhleski, Pioneer Natural Resources;
            Eric Corneliusen,  Hess Corporation

    Turbomachinery Considerations in Drilling and Fracturing
          
Klaus Brun, Southwest Research Institute and
Rainer Kurz, Solar Turbines Inc.

   ●  How New Supply Impacts Pipelines
           Kyle Sawyer, Boardwalk Pipeline

 Offshore Power & Rotating Equipment
          Moderated by Bryan K. Kendig, SBM Offshore 

 ●  Global Offshore Oil & Gas Outlook
          
John Ferentinos, Infield Systems Limited 

 ●  Mobile Offshore Production Systems
        
 Joe Lovett and Bruce Crager, Endeavor Management

  ●  All day Offshore Power & Rotating Equipment conference held April 18, 2013
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  Industrial Developments to Use Competitively Priced North Amerian Gas
         Moderated by Donald R. Knop

 ●  Project Options to Utilize Natural Gas
        
Marybeth Nored, Apache Corp

  Impact of New Supply and Industrial Projects on Infrastructure
        Mike Juden, McKinsey & Company, Inc.
 

 Gas Transmission and Power
       
Moderated by Anders T. Johnson, Kinder Morgan

  Gas-Power Linkages: EPA Regulations, Integrating Wind and Solar
         
Gurcan Gulen, University of Texas

  Gas/Electric Issues in ERCOT
         Kent Saathoff, Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)

  Spectra Energy’s Experience with Hurricane Sandy
         Thomas Wooden, Spectra Energy

  Gas to Electric Coordination: FERC Perspective and Industry Roundtable
        Moderated by Anders T. Johnson, Kinder Morgan
            Panel – Christina Hayes, FERC, Legal and Policy Advisor to Chairman Wellinghoff, Joseph Pollard, TransCanada, Bob Truman, CenterPoint Energy

  Experience with Large Electric Compression Units
      
 Rob Krenz and Bob McChane, Williams Gas Pipeline

  Electric Motor Drive Reliability
        
 Brandon Ridens, Southwest Research Institute

 Technology Updates
         Moderated by Norm Shade

MOS Compressor Launch 
       
 Gary Tas, Dresser-Rand 

Extending the Rich-Burn Advantage
      
Ryan Krafcheck, GE Power & Water

New Gas Engine Ignition Technology
      
David Bell, Altronic 

Tunable Side Branch Absorber 
    
John Bazaar, ACI Services, Inc.

      Paolo Osgnach, Nidec-ASI

 

Compressor Station Simulation Technology
     Dr. Klaus Brun, Southwest Research Institute


Stealth Compressor Stations

      John Fagg, MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc
 

Caterpillar Engine Technology Update

      Wayne Longer, Caterpillar
 

Redesigning the CB GMV to Meet Current Emissions Regulations

      Mark Patterson, Cameron Process & Compression Systems    
  

Pros and Cons of Rigid Coupling Used in Motor Driven VFD Applications

      Robert Crow, Neuman & Esser USA
 

Field Validation of BCD Rod Packing System 

     Barton Scarbrough, Hoerbiger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcing the Offshore Power & Rotating Equipment conference, April 18, 2013. Producers & Engineering companies are offered a discounted registration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       2/5/2013