Barbco international sales/technical advisor Scott Fisher will be a keynote speaker at the 9th Annual Utica Midstream Conference, May 20, at Holiday Inn Canton (Belden Village) in Canton, Ohio. More than 150 industry and regulatory leaders are expected to be in attendance. Event co-sponsors are the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Shale Directories.
The Utica Midstream conference provides informative educational programs on the the latest developments in the Utica Shale upstream, midstream and downstream sectors as related to exploration and production, oil and gas public policy, ethane cracker plants, sustainable jobs in manufacturing and more. This program routinely attracts a diverse business audience throughout Ohio, western Pennsylvania and northwestern West Virginia. This year’s speakers include leaders from MPLX (Marathon), JKPC Inc., Encino Energy, the American Petroleum Institute (API) Ohio and Energy Transfer.
Fishers’s presentation will focus on “The History of Guided Boring – Overcoming Obstacles.” He brings 34 years of experience in the trenchless industry, starting as a welder and now providing new machine commissioning and technical consulting services all over the world. Fisher is an active member of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) and the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) of Ohio.
Other speakers include Jason Stechschulte, business development manager, MPLX; Timothy Knobloch, petroleum consultant, JKPC Inc.; Emma Curtis, community and project outreach specialist, Williams Cos.; Christina H. Polesovsky, associate director, API Ohio; Joseph F. McGinn, vice president of public affairs and government relations, Energy Transfer; and Dave Alonso, regional vice president of new equipment sales, Mitsubishi Power.
As a luncheon sponsor of Utica Midstream, Barbco will also have a display table on site. Other sponsors include E-Tank, Beaver Excavating Co., Furbay Electric Supply Co., Zimmerman Steel & Supply Co. and the IOUE-PLCA National Pipeline Training Fund.
Read more at the following link: https://www.cantonchamber.org/utica-midstream-2021.