Oklahoma State University Energy Midstream and Marketing Program

Energy Midstream and Marketing Program

October 21-23, 2015
Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, Stillwater, Okla.

Presented by the OSU Spears School of Business,
Department of Finance
and Center for Executive and Professional Development

This program is designed to give you an understanding of the necessary steps required for oil and gas to reach consumers and understand potential obstacles facing distributers. This program will address the supply and demand of energy products and other influential market factors.

Benefits of attending this program

The sessions deliver practical business applications relevant to your industry while enhancing management skills and improving leadership abilities. Networking and facilitating the development of valuable industry contacts is a great benefit you can derive through attending this program.

Registration Fee

$2,095 for all two-and-a-half days (10% discount if three or more register from one company or if individual registrations are received by October 1st, 2015.)

Registration includes
Instruction, electronic materials, and refreshments each day. Lunch and an evening networking event with refreshments on Wednesday and Thursday

Register Online

Selected Speakers:

Clint Aichele, Ph.D. Clint Aichele, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Harold Courson Faculty Fellow, School of Chemical Engineering
Oklahoma State University
Session Title: Natural Gas Fundamentals

Raj Basu, Ph.D. Raj Basu, Ph.D.
Vice President, Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Management
Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University
Session Title: Creating and Developing High Performance Teams

Paul Belflower Paul Belflower
Vice President, Gas Marketing & Supply
Mustang Fuel Corporation
Panel Title: Supply and Demand in Natural Gas

Stephen Bradley Stephen Bradley
Vice President of Oil Marketing
Continental Resources
Session title: Crude: Challenges and Opportunities

No_Image Kevin Clement
Executive Vice President and President of Midstream
SandRidge Energy
Session Title: What it Takes to get Natural Gas to Market

No_Image Mark Davis
Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Panton Inc.
Panel Title: Building an Efficient Supply Chain: What Upstream Manufacturers Need from the Midstream Sector

Rob Desai Rob Desai
Oil & Gas Analyst
Edward Jones
Session Title: Crude Oil Outlook

Mike Dionisio Mike Dionisio
Vice President, Supply Chain
Devon Energy
Panel Title: Supply and Demand in Natural Gas, Building an Efficient Supply Chain: What Upstream Manufacturers Need from the Midstream Sector

No_Image Jeff Fisher
Chief Executive Officer
Ascent Resources,LLC.
Panel Title: Building an Efficient Supply Chain: What Upstream Manufacturers Need from the Midstream Sector

Steve Huckaby Steve Huckaby
Chief Executive Officer
Meritage Midstream Services
Session Title: Fundamentals: Midstream and Processing

No_Image Dan Johnson
Devon Energy
Panel Title: Supply and Demand in Natural Gas

Lee Manzer, Ph.D. Lee Manzer, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Marketing
Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University
Session Title: Increasing Productivity through Accountability

Catreana McMullen Catreana McMullen
Manager, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness
Williams
Session Title: Effective Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement

Brian Melton Brian Melton
Vice President- Pipeline Marketing & Business Development
Blueknight Energy Partners
Session Title: Crude Oil Storage

Bill Moler Bill Moler
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Tallgrass Energy
Panel Title: Supply and Demand in Natural Gas

Deniese Palmer-Huggins Deniese Palmer-Huggins
Senior Advisor, Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology
University of Texas
Session Title: Challenges Facing Growth in Light of Tight Oil Production in Oklahoma

Jack Pashin, Ph.D. Jack Pashin, Ph.D.
Professor and Devon Chair of Basin Research
Boone Pickens School of Geology, Oklahoma State University
Session Title: Natural Gas: Challenges and Opportunities

John Polonchek, Ph.D. John Polonchek, Ph.D.
Department Head and Ed Keller Professor in Finance
Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University

Betty Simkins Betty Simkins, Ph.D.
Professor of Finance and Williams Companies Chair in Business
Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University
Program Moderator
Session Title: Midstream Financial Strategies

Who Should Attend

The program will be most beneficial for participants in the first five years in the energy industry to gain a broad knowledge of the energy midstream and marketing business or those who have taken a new position which requires them to have more knowledge in this arena. It will be particularly helpful to participants as they move forward in an energy career to expand knowledge of the necessary steps required for oil and gas to reach consumers and the challenges and opportunities faced.

Program Materials

The program fee includes the materials in electronic format. If you would prefer a hard copy of conference materials in a binder, please check the “binder fee” for an additional fee on the registration page.

Cancellation Policy

Due to catering and program guarantees, a full refund will be given if cancellation is received 10 business days prior to event. Substitutions will be honored.

For more information contact:

Center for Executive and Professional Development
Oklahoma State University / Stillwater, OK 74075
1.866.678.3933 or 405.744.5208
cepd@okstate.edu