Companies throughout the Eagle Ford gather in San Antonio to explore cost-saving solutions
"DUG is a great opportunity to launch your boat and go fishing in the data lake. We all want to learn what works best."
- Phil Martin, President and CEO, New Century Exploration, speaker at DUG Eagle Ford 2016
In search of efficiency-focused strategies and technologies, 1,500 industry professionals packed the 2016 DUG Eagle Ford conference and exhibition in San Antonio, TX, September 12-14. Conference attendees heard from over 30+ executive-level speakers in the event's targeted conference sessions and in the all-new Technology Showcase. And over 125+ exhibitors gave hands-on demonstrations of solutions helping producers cut costs and maximize output.
The speaker lineup featured leaders from the Eagle Ford's most active E&Ps, including private producers like Laredo Energy, Energy Hunter Resources, New Century Exploration, Hawkwood Energy and Teal Natural Resources, and public producers like Noble Energy (NBL), Chesapeake Energy (CHK), BHP Billiton (BHP) and Sanchez Energy (SN).
The event's new Technology Showcase brought the latest solutions to the exhibit floor with case studies and live demonstrations from leading companies like Emerson, Weatherford, Magnum Oil Tools and Halliburton.
Hart Energy once again co-located its MIDSTREAM Texas conference and exhibition with DUG Eagle Ford. Attendees had the option to focus exclusively on upstream or midstream content, or to upgrade to attend sessions from both events.
Mark your calendars – DUG Eagle Ford and MIDSTREAM Texas will return to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio August 29-31.
President and CEO Laredo Energy
CEO Teal Natural Resources
Chairman and CEO Energy Hunter Resources Inc.
CEO Fountain Quail Energy Services
M. Jason Pigott
EVP Operations, Southern Division Chesapeake Energy Corp.
CEO Enterprise Products Partners LP
Charles J. (Chip) Rimer
Senior Vice President, U.S. Onshore Noble Energy
Schlumberger Sees Pricing Improve But Costs Weigh On Margins The world’s No.1 oilfield services provider said revenue rose 5.7% to $6.89 billion in the quarter ended March 31, but its cost of revenue increased 11.3% to $6.08 billion.The company’s pretax operating margin fell to 11% in the latest quarter, from 13.8% a year earlier.