Bakken Flaring Alternatives & Gas Capture 2014
Venue: Sheraton Denver West Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Dec 09, 2014||End Date/Time: Dec 10, 2014|
Today, approximately 350 million cubic feet of natural gas is being flared in the Bakken everyday ; equating to 30% of production and an astounding $100 million worth of burned gas each month. This is the result of the staggering monthly increase in gas production in the Bakken which continues to outpace infrastructure capacity.
With NDIC's regulations beginning to take effect as of July 1, 2014, calling for operators to reduce flaring rates to 26% by October 1, 2014, Bakken gas producers are being prompted to actively seek the most economical solutions for natural gas capture, recovery and use to distinguish effective methods for meeting flaring targets while generating new income streams. Furthermore, there is an increasing need to improve landowner relations and expedite the provision of right of way, calling for further collaboration between producers, gas gatherers and regulators.
In the wake of these new flaring regulations and the context of constrained gas gathering capacity, it is critical that E&Ps focus on identifying the latest alternative solutions for natural gas capture and recovery, as well as collaborating with gas gatherers and regulators to expedite gathering infrastructure expansion.
For this reason, the critically timed Bakken Flaring Alternatives & Gas Capture 2014 Initiative has been purposely designed to provide delegates and speakers with a chance to compare the most advanced case studies and deliver updates on:
- POWER GENERATION
- E&P AND THIRD PARTY GAS GATHERING INFRASTRUCTURE
- NORTH DAKOTA FLARING REGULATIONS
- LAND OWNER RELATIONS & RIGHT OF WAY
- VAPOR RECOVERY UNITS
- COMPRESSION & LIQUEFACTION
- REFRIGERATIONS & JT SKIDS
- FLARE MONITORING & REPORTING