Western Canada has enough natural gas supplies to independently meet demand in China for the next 10 years. However, the region is currently at a crossroads with regards to takeaway and fractionation capacity for transporting and marketing the vast NGL and gas reserves being produced. Solutions for overcoming fractionation capacity limitations and pipeline bottlenecks are required imminently to ensure the industry can fully capitalize on the Canadian shale revolution.
The mission of the first NGL Marketing & LNG Export Congress Canada 2013, being held June 24-25 in Calgary, Alberta, is to definitively provide short and long term solutions to producers who are actively marketing their NGLs and gas from Western Canada.
Everybody knows about the effects the incredible surge in shale gas production has had on domestic gas markets, but an increase in liquids-rich gas recovery and the opening up of international marketing opportunities mean highly profitable marketing operations are on the cards for midstream operators and producers — conditional on the right marketing, processing and takeaway strategies being developed.
The NGL Marketing & LNG Export Congress is hosting executive level speakers from the major exploration and production (E&P) and midstream operators actively marketing gas and NGL in Western Canada to identify domestic and international NGL and LNG markets, as well as transport options for reaching them, to free up Alberta’s landlocked production and ensure Canadian products can attain optimal pricing.
To register for the event or for more information, visit www.ngl-lng-canada-2013.com.
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