Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Gulf of Mexico crude oil reserves will provide steady U.S. crude oil production from 2015 to 2040 thanks to upcoming deepwater and ultra-deepwater projects, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The Offshore Executive Conference: Gulf of Mexico offers a strategic in-depth look at key happenings in the Gulf, emerging plays in both deep and shallow waters, as well as significant technologies and market trends. The day-long event is set for October 16, 2014, at The Westin Houston, Memorial City in Houston, Texas.
Together with its E&P magazine, Subsea Engineering News (SEN) and Deepwater International newsletters, Hart Energy developed this high-level conference to give offshore oil and gas executives an annual forum for business-oriented discussions. The program is filled with timely and relevant content, including an update on Gulf of Mexico projects, key discoveries in emerging and legacy fields, market forecasts and major financial transactions, and new exploration and drilling techniques.
Featured speakers confirmed to date include:
- John Schiller, Chairman and CEO, Energy XXI
- Matt McCarroll, Chairman, CEO and President, Fieldwood Energy LLC
- John Rynd, Chairman of NOIA and CEO of Hercules Offshore
- Jason Nye, Senior Vice President - U. S. Offshore, Statoil
- Tracy W. Krohn, Chairman and CEO, W&T Offshore
About Hart Energy
For more than 40 years, Hart Energy editors and experts have delivered market-leading insights to investors and energy industry professionals. The Houston-based company produces magazines (such as Oil and Gas Investor, E&P and Midstream Business); online news and data services; industry conferences (like the DUG™ series); GIS data sets and mapping solutions; and a range of research and consulting services. For information, visit hartenergy.com.