ADI Natural Gas & NGL Forum
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
ADI Analytics cordially invites you to attend our second annual conference, the 2018 ADI Natural Gas & NGL Forum. The Forum will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 in Houston, Texas at the Norris Conference Center in CityCentre.
Building on our inaugural Forum in February 2017, the second ADI Forum will bring together oil and gas majors, E&P and refining independents, chemical players, diversified industrials, licensors, and investors to discuss markets, projects, economics, policies, and innovation in the natural gas and NGL value chains.
The 2018 ADI Forum will feature over 20 ADI and external speakers across a mix of presentations and panel sessions. The presentations will cover a wide range of topics including demand drivers, supply outlook, pricing forecasts, strategic implications, investment opportunities, and regulatory concerns around natural gas and NGLs.
The panel sessions will feature in-depth discussions with industry leaders on natural gas and NGL supply (Upstream Panel), gas processing and pipeline capacity (Midstream Panel), and industrial equipment and infrastructure trends (OEM Panel). Finally, we will wrap up the Forum with an Innovation Panel discussing industry needs and pain points, new technologies, and operational and business trends in natural gas and NGLs.
Early-bird registration is now open. We hope you will join us! Meanwhile, you may learn more about the inaugural Natural Gas and NGL Forum in 2017 and also watch its highlights below:
Who should attend?
- Oil and gas producers
- Midstream players
- Refiners and fuel producers
- Natural gas buyers
- Electric utilities
- Equipment manufacturers
- Technology licensors
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?
- Understand the outlook for North American natural gas and NGLs
- Gather actionable insights from ADI’s deep research and analytics
- Learn about innovation in gas and NGL conversion, use, and monetization
- Network with gas and NGL leaders for market pulse and pain points
- Shape strategy, price outlook, energy purchases, investments, and growth