Oklahoma State University Energy Midstream and Marketing Program

Energy Midstream and Marketing Program

October 1-3, 2014
OSU Student Union, 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.

Program Highlights

Wed., Oct. 1
Natural Gas Focus

  • Introduction to the Energy Industry
  • Fundamentals in Natural Gas and What it Takes to Get Natural Gas to Market
  • Supply and Demand in Natural Gas: Panel
  • Mississippian Play & Resource Plays around the US
  • Environmental Risks on TV: Managing Scientific Uncertainty
  • The Natural Gas Markets: Challenges and Opportunities – OnCues’ CNG Business Model, Where CNG is Now, Where it is Going

Thur., Oct. 2
Midstream and Processing Focus

  • Financial Midstream and Processing: MLP’s
  • Fundamentals: Midstream and Processing
  • Supply and Demand: Midstream and Processing
  • Fundamentals: Midstream and Processing
  • NYMEX Energy Commodity Contracts
  • What it Takes to get NGLs to the Market and The NGL Market: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Professional Image: Position Yourself for Success

Fri., Oct. 3
Crude Focus

  • Financial Accounting and Reporting of Environmental Costs
  • Supply and Demand: Crude
  • Oil Price Risk
  • Managing Business Relationships and Careers
  • Risk Management: Natural Gas, Midstream and Marketing and Crude

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.