HOUSTON, Jan. 9, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hart Energy's 2014 DUG Midcontinent conference and exhibition is scheduled for March 2-4 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, set to showcase the largest producer of natural gas liquids in the nation, DCP Midstream.
In an Operator Spotlight presentation, attendees will hear from Richard A. Bradsby II, vice president of DCP Midstream's midcontinent business unit. This natural gas processor, producer and pipeline operator has operations in Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas and the Texas Panhandle. Bradsby will share his perspective on the Midcontinent, and how he sees the future unfolding in this key producing region.
The conference is certain to be a popular event. Last year's inaugural conference attracted over 1,000 attendees as well as more than 80 exhibitors and sponsors. This year's event moves to a larger venue, the Cox Business Center (formerly the Tulsa Convention Center) to accommodate an even larger audience. Producers and operators will benefit from the news, data and analysis at DUG Midcontinent: "Harvesting the Heartland."
"Tulsa is at the heart of the fertile Midcontinent region and is home to cutting-edge organizations that maximize resources within the energy sector. Our community is a premier location for an event of this nature," said Ray Hoyt, senior vice president of VisitTulsa.
Early-bird registration is still available. Attend to see why the DUG conference series is the largest unconventional resources events in the world. To view the agenda, visit dugmidcontinent.com/dugmc-confagenda.
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