By collaborating with the IPAA for this event, we feel confident that our industry leaders and members have a better understanding of how energy is essential to the national economy - Alex Parvizian CEO Aschere Energy
Dallas Tex (PRWEB) April 20, 2015
Aschere Energy LLC, a leader in the North American Energy Revolution, will be attending OGIS 2015 hosted by the IPAA the Independent Petroleum Institute. The event will take place in New York City, April 20th - 22nd at the Sheraton Times Square Hotel. Attending this summit will be Alex Parvizian , CEO of Aschere Energy , as well as some of the top leaders in the North American Oil and Gas Industry.
This event will give Industry leaders the opportunity to have in-depth discussions on how to grow and stay competitive in today’s market. The event will include interactive educational sessions as well as formal and informal networking opportunities that allows attendees to make new business contacts and exchange ideas.
Outside the main presentation, breakout sessions will be held on how to implement various strategies for Oil and Gas Operators to thrive in this downward market cycle. One panel discussion will be held by Devon Energy’s CEO John Ritchels. The panel’s main topic of discussion is educating the populous on the benefits of Joint Ventures as it relates to the North American Oil and Gas revolution.
About OGIS: OGIS New York is an annual destination for serious energy investors. There is a distinct advantage for investors participating at OGIS New York, as the unique and focused setting allows for benefits that go beyond the basic company presentation. Designed as a unique neutral format, all interested and qualified investors are welcome to participate free of charge.
About Aschere Energy
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas Aschere Energy focuses on opportunities for development in existing fields where drilling success ratios are much higher than those resulting from the alternative of drilling in an unproven area. Aschere Energy is actively participating in some major trends in the U.S. such as the Eagle Ford Shale