Thinking Beyond the Drill Bit 2015

Wednesday, June 3
4:00 p.m.

Coors Field

2001 Blake Street

Denver CO 80205

On June 3, Assured Flow Solutions presented "Thinking Beyond the Drill Bit 2015", our second annual technical symposium. Building on the success of the inaugural event, this symposium brought together operators, midstream companies and service providers to discuss onshore operating challenges in an uncertain business environment. With operating margins at their current levels, thinking beyond the drill bit is now more relevant than ever.

Sessions covered:

        · What is the outlook for the oil & gas market for the remainder of 2015 and beyond?

        · What is the impact of the current oil & gas market on the political climate in Colorado?

        · How have current market conditions impacted the engineering approach to design and operations?

Event timeline:

        4:00 p.m. - Registration and Networking

        4:45 p.m. - Symposium

        6:10 p.m. - Rockies vs. Dodgers baseball game

Bob Tippee

Editor at Oil & Gas Journal

Mid-Year Projections and 2015 Outlook
This presentation will address why oil prices collapsed, how the oil and gas industry is responding, and where the market is now in its transformative correction.  It will examine fundamental and geopolitical elements of a market in  turmoil and describe what rapid contraction means for a formerly booming business.

Alan Harrison

Chairman, Board of Directors at Colorado Oil & Gas Association

Colorado Political Climate and Outlook
This presentation will discuss the current state of the oil & gas industry political climate in Colorado.  This will include the political impact of the current oil & gas market, the recent oil and gas task force initiatives, and a look ahead to the 2016 elections.

Brian Peters

Director, Midstream at Noble Energy

Impact of Current Market Conditions on Engineering Approach
This presentation will address how lower oil prices have impacted an operator’s approach to engineering design, including CAPEX spending and field/OPEX spending.