Media & Stakeholder Relations: Hydraulic Fracturing Initiative 2011

Venue: JW Marriott Houston

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 31, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 01, 2011
Registration Date: Oct 31, 2011
Early Registration Date: Aug 19, 2011
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Media & Stakeholder Relations: Hydraulic Fracturing Initiative 2011 will bring together senior communications professionals from leading unconventional oil & gas operators, including social media industry pioneers and media and stakeholder relations specialists to drive proactive media relations strategies, stakeholder engagement plans, employee and stakeholder advocacy and crisis communications strategy to determine best practices for engaging the public on a positive image for the shale gas industry.

Over two days The Media & Stakeholder Relations: Hydraulic Fracturing Initiative 2011 will comprehensively address the key issues in driving successful media and stakeholder relations and will also give delegates the opportunity to hear from multiple stakeholders including NGOs, the media and community representatives to glean industry-outsiders views of the issue.

Financing Unconventional Oil & Gas Independents 2011 has been created to provide a targeted platform to help finance professionals at unconventional oil & gas companies overcome the challenges they face on a day-to-day basis, and keep the investment community up to date with the latest opportunities in the unconventional sector. The agenda has been written in collaboration with CEOs and CFOs from leading unconventional E&Ps, as well as key investors from private equity firms, investment banks and mezzanine financing firms, and will be the only finance event specific to the unconventional oil & gas sector.

CFOs and CEOs from both small-cap and large-cap unconventional operators will speak alongside key investment institutions to explain the pros and cons of different financing options for unconventional oil and gas operators and evaluate brand new approaches to financial risk management, including creative hedging and cost control strategies. Key topics of focus will include understanding how different options, including private equity, mezzanine finance, bank debt, asset-based lending and joint ventures, can benefit unconventional oil & gas operators based on tangible results from case studies in this area.


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