Infocast is set to host its inaugural Marcellus & Utica Infrastructure Summit in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on July 11-12, 2012.
As the Marcellus "gold rush" continues to run its course, the Infocast Summit is the perfect opportunity for companies to establish strategic partnerships and gain valuable knowledge to take full advantage of the tremendous demand for wet gas.
In a single event that congregates pipeline companies, rail and trucking firms, E&P executives, field service providers, the investment community, government officials, consultants and more, attendees will have the chance to network with key connections, discuss potential collaborative strategies and obtain insightful information on the latest trends and plays.
The Marcellus & Utica Infrastructure Summit will be focused around infrastructure development and finance issues -- the absolute essentials to getting the profitable gas out of the fields and to the available markets.
"We're very proud of the sizable rich gas system we've built in the Marcellus and the great relationships Caiman has developed with producers and the people of West Virginia," said Jack Lafield, President and CEO of Caiman Energy. "We're looking forward to working with Williams [Partners] in the Utica Shale to bring midstream infrastructure to Ohio for producers working in this dynamic and rapidly evolving play."
At the Summit, Mr. Lafiel will discuss the opportunities and challenges of getting the high-demand Marcellus gas to the market.
Joining Caiman Energy (being acquired by Williams Partners) to discuss plans for the necessary additional infrastructures will be high-level executives, engineers and representatives from Chesapeake Midstream Partners, EQT Corporation, Stonehenge Energy Resources, L.P., Dominion Transmission, Inc., IHS Chemical, RBN Energy, LLC., West Virginia Oil & Natural Gas Association (WVONGA), Canadian Pacific and more.
For more information, to register for the Summit or to join us as a sponsor, please visit the event website at www.infocastinc.com/marcellus or contact Infocast at 818-888-4444.