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Combining DUG Haynesville, DUG East, DUG Appalachia
March 27-28, 2024 | Shreveport, LA | Shreveport Convention Center

About DUG GAS+

DUG GAS+ Conference and Expo is the two-day event for all things natural gas, liquid natural gas (LNG), midstream and all related technologies with a focus on the gas-rich shale plays of the U.S. The gas-focused content from previous events including DUG Haynesville, DUG East and DUG Appalachia has been combined and expanded to create the must attend gas show of 2024. This year we’re holding DUG GAS+ in one of the most prolific gas shale plays in America, The Haynesville.

For two full days the rich agenda and exhibition floor will provide direct access to the latest information and technological advancements in shale, gas and midstream. Leading speakers will cover topics including energy security, global geopolitical crises, inflation impacts, emissions control, regulatory hurdles, investment trends, technology advancements and more; while exhibitors from across the nation and the globe will showcase what’s new in gas and midstream technology and will have the engineers onsite to share the details with you.

Join Hart Energy in Shreveport, Louisiana on March 27-28th to gain insights on the elevated upstream and midstream activities and beyond.

Gas Drillers Predict Price Slump will Rebound

According to Bloomberg, US shale-gas drillers are betting that a price slump eroding their cash-flow outlook will be short-lived and that a rebound awaits in 2024. A group of suppliers including EQT Corp. and Southwestern Energy Co. used the latest round of earnings calls with analysts to reassure investors that natural gas supply and demand fundamentals remain structurally bullish even after prices have slumped by more than half this year.

The second-largest natural gas play in the US by production has output reaching new heights leaving a backdrop for US natural gas prices. Growing production, increased well productivity and drilling efficiencies, and proximity to LNG export projects are supporting growth opportunities for midstream and contributes to a positive long-term outlook.


7:00 – 8:15 AM Registration Opens and Breakfast on the Exhibit Floor
8:15 – 8:30 AM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks
8:30 – 9:00 AM Opening Keynote – Economic Resiliency With a Growth Mindset: TG Natural Resources
TG Natural Resources is one of the leading U.S. natural gas operators, producing more than 330 net MM cf/d from 188,000 net acres in the Haynesville Shale and Cotton Valley. In January, TG Natural Resources completed a $2.7 billion acquisition of Rockcliff Energy, which adds more than 200,000 net acres and 1.3 Bcf/d of gross operated natural gas production to its portfolio. Some of the key takeaways from this opening keynote address will include:

  • Insight into TG Natural Resources’ operations and development plans
  • A breakdown of the company’s acquisition of Rockcliff Energy and how the new assets fit into TG Natural Resources’ portfolio
  • Perspective on consolidation in the U.S. natural gas sector and what it means for the industry
  • Analysis of the U.S. natural gas industry’s role in global geopolitics and energy security

Craig Jarchow, CEO, TG Natural Resources

9:00 – 9:30 AM “Energy, Climate, Poverty and Prosperity”
The ultimate role of our industry has been to better human lives. This must continue to be our goal. Demand for hydrocarbons is at all-time highs and growing strongly. Natural gas has been the fastest-growing energy source over the last decade and almost certainly will be in the coming decade. Apologizing for our industry and talking endlessly of an energy transition is both ineffective and incorrect. The world desperately needs more energy to continue the life improvements everyone craves. We must do all we can to grow and improve our industry. The way forward is an honest, not political, dialogue about the world’s energy system and our role in it.

Chris Wright, Chairman and CEO, Liberty Energy

9:30 – 10:00 AM Navigating the Shifting Energy Landscape: Natural Gas Market Dynamics and the Roles of the Haynesville Shale and the Appalachian Basin
Gas prices took a beating in 2023. But some analysts predict Henry Hub prices could reach $5+/MMBtu by 2025 as LNG demand increases. In our opening session, you’ll hear an in-depth analysis of:

  • Natural gas price outlook for 2024
  • The role of the Haynesville Shale and Appalachia in meeting global energy demand
  • Rig activity estimates and trends for 2024 and what those estimates mean for growth strategies
  • How future power supply/demand changes could impact the natural gas market

Jimmy McNamara, Senior Vice President, Enverus Intelligence Research

10:00 – 10:30 AM Networking Break
10:30 – 11:00 AM Operator Spotlight: Aethon Energy
Andrea Passman, Chief Operating Officer, Aethon Energy

11:00 – 11:30 AM LNG Revolution: Unleashing the Potential of U.S. LNG Exports in a Booming Global Market
Five LNG terminals are under construction along the Gulf Coast, with nearly a dozen more possibly along the way to dramatically add to U.S. export capacity. LNG operators will talk about where their projects are at in the development cycle. You’ll also learn:

  • The role of U.S. LNG exports on the international market and the global energy landscape
  • The relationship between natural gas demand and the burgeoning LNG market amid market fluctuations
  • What infrastructure and regulatory hurdles need to be overcome to pave the pathway for LNG’s full potential and export competitiveness
  • How LNG could help solidify natural gas prices and become a stabilizing force and reduce market volatility

Mike Bock, Partner & CFO, Petrie Partners

NOON – 1:30 PM Networking Luncheon

1:30 – 2:00 PM The Impact of U.S. Natural Gas on the Geopolitical Landscape
With much of the world embroiled in turmoil or outright war, energy security has never been more important. U.S. natural gas supply is poised to rise to the global challenges. This discussion will cover:

  • The shifting energy landscape and the dynamics between the U.S. and OPEC
  • How have wars in Ukraine and in the Middle East have reshaped the power dynamics
  • Understanding the U.S.’s position as a global energy producer and supplier
  • Harnessing energy for geopolitical influence and how U.S. energy policy and energy security can strengthen our position in the global arena

2:00 – 2:20 PM Private Equity Navigates the Natural Gas Landscape: Unveiling Investment Opportunities and the Importance of Environmental Stewardship
With increasing demand and higher prices near, natural gas investors could see something short of a windfall in the coming years. Discover the factors driving their bullish stance, explore the areas where they perceive the greatest opportunities, and hear their perspectives on the importance of responsible and sustainable practices. Discussions for this session will explore:

  • Where the private equity market is seeing the greatest opportunities and their outlook on markets
  • Decoding private equity’s investment criteria and their quest for high-potential ventures
  • Identifying diverse investment opportunities beyond the Haynesville Shale and Appalachia Basin
  • The importance of environmental responsibility and regulatory compliance by E&P companies and how they shape investment decisions

Alex Jackson, Managing Director, Quantum Capital Group

2:20 – 2:45 PM Permian Associated Gas Potential: Tackling Takeaway Challenges, Pricing Strategies and Flaring Reduction Alternatives
The heart of the Permian Basin holds an immense resource of associated gas potential. Associated gas makes up 14% of U.S. supply, with the Permian Basin contributing 56% of that. Discover the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in unlocking the value of this valuable resource. This session will cover:

  • How recent consolidation impacts the Permian Basin at large
  • The impact of shifting midstream dynamics on natural gas takeaway
  • Perspective on gas-oil-ratio dynamics following major consolidation
  • How Permian Basin associated gas production impacts the Haynesville and Appalachia regions

Matthew Bernstein, Senior Analyst and Shale Analytics Manager, Rystad Energy

2:45 – 3:15 PM Networking Break
3:15 – 3:45 PM The Full View on Midstream: Insight from an Industry Leader
Kinder Morgan is one of the largest energy infrastructure companies in the U.S, with operations or interest in more than 82,000 miles of pipelines and 140 terminals. Its pipelines transport natural gas, gasoline, oil, CO2 and more. Discussion in this session will cover the full scope of midstream operations in the U.S., including:

  • The latest on new projects like Cumberland, Evangeline Pass Expansion and the Gulf LNG Liquefaction
  • How the company is responding to consolidation in the midstream Sector
  • Evaluating new opportunities as LNG demand increases
  • Perspective on addressing natural gas takeaway and transport bottlenecks

Allen Fore, Vice President, Public Affairs, Kinder Morgan Inc.

3:45 – 4:05 PM Methane Emissions Reductions Along the Natural Gas Value Chain
New methane emission reporting guidelines are in place, although questions remain. Understanding methane reduction strategies and opportunities is key to any sustainability strategy. In this session, you’ll learn more about:

  • The incentives to monitoring and mitigating methane emissions
  • The costs to mitigate methane emissions, and what it costs to do nothing
  • Understanding where methane emissions occur
  • Knowing the tools and techniques to eliminate methane emissions

Dan Romito, Consulting Partner, Pickering Energy Partners

4:05 – 4:35 PM The Seller’s Perspective: Insight from Those on the Inside of the Deal
More than $192 billion in deals have gone down over the past year, with the Haynesville Shale a major hotbed of M&A. The analysts and Wall Street all have their say, but what’s the perspective from those making the deals? In this roundtable session, you’ll hear from the sellers whose assets were in demand. Some of the key takeaways will include:

  • Knowing when the time is right to make the deal
  • Behind the scenes of the negotiations
  • Identifying the right fit: Knowing who to sell to
  • What’s next after the deal is done

Robert Turnham, Director, New ASEAN Energy

Alan Smith, Co-Founder, President and CEO, Rockcliff Energy
Frank Tsuru, CEO, Momentum Midstream
Dick Stoneburner, Owner, Stoneburner Consulting Services

4:35 – 5:00 PM Eyes on East Texas: Sabine Oil & Gas – Playing the Long Game
Sabine Oil and Gas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Osaka Gas USA, is one of the leading independent producers in the Ark-La-Tex region, producing roughly 550 mmcfe/d gross from 251,000 net acres in the Haynesville Shale and Cotton Valley formations in six counties in East Texas. Some of the key discussion points in this operator session will include:

  • Background on Sabine Oil & Gas
  • Sabine’s short- and long-term outlook for the Cotton Valley and Haynesville Shale
  • The company’s perspective on basin consolidation

Carl Issac, CEO, Sabine Oil & Gas

5:00 – 6:00 PM Reception on the Exhibit Floor


7:00 – 8:00 AM Registration Opens and Breakfast on the Exhibit Floor
8:00 – 8:10 AM Welcoming Remarks
8:10 – 8:50 AM The Importance of Diversification: How a Strategic Portfolio Maximizes Value and Meets Demand Needs
Maintaining leading positions in both the Haynesville and Marcellus has advantages, operationally and financially. Being a key supplier to growing LNG demand adds to the depth of a diversified portfolio. Join this operator discussion where takeaways will include:

  • Learning and maintaining efficiencies across multiple plays
  • The benefits of operating in the two largest gas markets in the U.S.
  • How to apply lessons learned across the entire chain of operations
  • Buy or sell: The market appeal of a multi-basin operator

Josh Viets, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Chesapeake Energy

8:50 – 9:15 AM Perspective on the LNG Pause and CCS Primacy: How Two New Biden Administration Rulings Will Impact the State, the Nation, and the World
In January, the Biden Administration announced a pause on pending approvals of LNG projects for further economic and environmental impact analysis. The action could delay a dozen or more LNG projects that are in various stages of planning. Meanwhile, the Environmental Protection Agency approved the State of Louisiana primacy over carbon sequestration injection wells, known as Class VI wells. These two policies will have immediate and widespread ramifications for Louisiana. Some of the key discussion topics in this session will include:

  • The impact of the administration’s ruling on LNG projects
  • What is impacted—and what isn’t—while the pause on LNG project approvals is in effect
  • What primacy over Class VI wells means for Louisiana

Gifford Briggs, Gulf Coast Regional Director, American Petroleum Institute

9:15 – 9:45 AM The Macro-Economic Perspective: Examining the Impact of New Takeaway Capacity in the Haynesville Shale and Appalachian Basin
Energy price and market volatility will be a key theme, at least in the short term, as a result of tightening market fundamentals. New natural gas pipeline capacity should ease some takeaway bottlenecks in the northeast. More consolidation is expected in the midstream sector. So, what does it all mean? We’ll take a macro look at market dynamics in this session, where you’ll hear more about:

  • Growth opportunities in the Appalachian Basin with the opening of the Mountain Valley Pipeline and the Transco pipeline
  • The role of Tier 2 acreage and news on takeaway capacity in the Haynesville Shale
  • What to expect from the Western U.S. and California demand of supply coming out of the Rockies
  • Insight into a possible ramp up in oil and gas production in the Eagle Ford by 2026

Justin Carlson, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, East Daley Analytics

9:45 – 10:15 AM Networking Break
10:15 – 10:45 AM New Life for Existing Wells: Unlocking the Path for Emissions Improvement & Production Potential
Natural gas wells with existing mature production offer a benefit to the right operator with the right approach. Appalachia Basin and Central Region producer Diversified Energy leverages asset management, new emissions technologies and midstream assets to generate free cash flow and works to reduce methane leaks with air and land technologies. In this operator session, some of the key takeaways will include:

  • Approach to managing mature producing assets
  • Insight into sustainability practices
  • Emissions detection technology: The arms race for improved detection and monitoring
  • Understanding new EPA methane regulations and how they apply to natural gas operations

Paul Espenan, Senior Vice President EHS&R, Diversified Energy Company

10:45 – 11:05 AM Perspectives from a Private-Equity Backed Producer: Paloma Natural Gas Hones in on the Haynesville
Haynesville private operator Paloma Natural Gas emerged from the acquisition of Goodrich Petroleum in late 2021. Backed by EnCap Investments, Paloma Natural Gas produces approximately 450,000 mcfe/d on a gross basis from about 42,000 acres in the core of the Haynesville Shale with a focus on providing clean-burning natural gas to the North American market. In this session, you’ll learn more about:

  • The company’s operational and production outlook in 2024
  • An operator’s perspective on meeting future natural gas demand
  • Insight on managing production and growth amid natural gas pricing headwinds
  • Perspective on right-sizing its assets to focus on the Haynesville

Mike Winsor, Chief Executive and Operating Officer, Paloma Natural Gas

11:05 – 11:30 AM Operator Spotlight: To Be Announced
11:30 – NOON Haynesville Shale Well Designs: Conquering Technical Hurdles with Innovative Strategies
The Haynesville Shale is one of the most technically difficult plays in the world to drill wells. Cookie-cutter wells won’t cut it. This session will provide insights to help navigate the complexities of these reservoirs and maximize their production potential. Here, you will learn:

  • How regional operators are tackling high-temperature reservoirs for production optimization
  • Approaches to drilling technologies and extended reach laterals
  • Trends in well proppant loading
  • Well spacing to address parent/child well interactions

Danielle Fuselier, Well Construction Director for North America Land (NAL), Baker Hughes

Noon – 1:30 PM Networking Luncheon
1:30 – 2:00 PM Success Stories and Strategies From a Leading Private Producer
With prime acreage in the Powder River Basin, Appalachian Basin, Denver-Julesburg, San Juan and beyond, this operator is one of the most successful private producers in the U.S. Its midstream assets ensure their product gets to market and sets them apart. In this session, you’ll hear more about:

  • What their investors have been keen on
  • In a diverse portfolio, where they are deploying capital expenditures
  • Perspectives on asset acquisitions, and how their investors feel about the M&A market
  • Production plans and growth strategy

2:00 – 2:30 PM Examining the Landscape of Available Acreage and Finding High-Potential Opportunities
Much of the core of U.S. natural gas plays are drilled up, but new development opportunities still exist. Explore the best approaches to identifying and unlocking new potential assets and risk mitigation strategies. Among the topics a panel of industry experts will discuss include:

  • Mapping the untapped acreage potential and identifying emerging exploration areas
  • The development strategy for non-top-tier acreage and maximizing recovery potential in challenging reservoirs
  • Assessing the economic feasibility of non-top-tier acreage acquisition and identifying profitable ventures
  • The potential of brownfield exploration and redevelopment

2:30 – 2:55 PM The Growing Role of Differentiated Natural Gas: What it Means for the Future Energy Landscape
Differentiated Natural Gas is a testament to the industry’s commitment to environmental stewardship. More than 30% of all natural gas produced in the U.S. is third-party analyzed, and that amount is only growing. Takeaways from this session will include:

  • The factors driving the growth of Differentiated Natural Gas and its role in promoting sustainable practices
  • Buyer perspective on a higher priced product and the factors influencing purchasing decisions
  • Navigating the certification process and the key to ensuring transparency and earning market credibility
  • Strategies to meet a growing global demand and meeting international needs for Differentiated Natural Gas

Tim Romer, Co-CEO, Project Canary

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