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2012 Gas/Electric Partnership Conference

GAS INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
OFFSHORE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
NORTH AMERICAN SHALE INFRASTRUCTURE
Compression in On-Shore Production
Transmission Compression I --  Lessons Learned in Projects

Transmission Compression II -- Future of Pipes & Compressor Stations
                                      Technology Updates                                       

UNDERWRITERS 

Voith Turbo Inc.
Southwest Research Institute®
GE Energy
Dresser-Rand Company
Hoerbiger Compression Technology America Holdings Inc
Solar Turbines Incorporated
MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc.
ABB, Inc.
American Electric Power
 NEUMAN & ESSER USA, INC
CenterPoint Energy
Anselectric LLC
Caterpillar Global Petroleum
TMEIC
CompressorTechTwo
Entergy
Cameron
ARIEL CORPORATION
Siemens Oil & Gas
Atlas Copco Comptec
FMC Technologies - Direct Drive Systems
SEC Energy Products & Services
 ACI Services Inc.

Compressor Systems, Inc
Elliott Group
Access Energy

 Detechtion Technologies
Rolls-Royce
Valerus
Enerven Compression Services
Horizon Power Systems
GE Oil & Gas
GAS COMPANY PLANNING ADVISORS

 BP America, ConocoPhillips, El Paso Corporation, Kinder Morgan,
Marathon Oil Company, Occidental Petroleum, Panhandle Energy, SBM Atlantia, Williams Gas Pipeline 

Produced by Gas/Electric Ventures

    GAS INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
    
Moderated by Donald R. Knop, Williams Gas Pipeline

      ● North American Gas Market Outlook
             Amber McCullagh, Wood Mackenzie

        Air Regulatory Issues for the Gas Compressor Industry
            
Ruben Herrera and Jeffrey A. Adams, BP America Production Company

     OFFSHORE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
   
Moderated by Bryan K. Kendig, SBM Atlantia

     ● Global Offshore Oil & Gas Outlook

            Sean Shafer, Quest Offshore Resources

        Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
 
            Cobie Loper, SBM Atlantia

          Driver Selection for Large Offshore Production Facilities
          
  Charles L. McDonald and Stan Beaver, BP            

      

           
      NORTH AMERICAN SHALE INFRASTRUCTURE
       Moderated by Robert Crow, Neuman & Esser, USA

   
                 

       
  Infrastructure Development in the Eagle Ford Shale
              Trisha Dixon, ConocoPhillips

        ●  Environmental Impacts on Shale Gas
              Ian Duncan, University of Texas at Austin
                    see also Separating Fact from Fiction in Shale Gas Development Summary Report, UT Energy Institute, 2/15/12

        ●  Impact of Shale Gas on Transmission
              Ross Conatser, Williams Gas Pipeline

        ●  Prime Power in Midstream Gas
             
Blake Zimmerman, Horizon Power Systems              

    COMPRESSION IN ON-SHORE PRODUCTION
  
    Moderated by Andrew Miles, Detechtion Technologies

      ●   New Developments in CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery
             
   Robert Cornelius, Denbury Resources Inc.

       
   Benefits of Gas Lift
                Jim Holt, Compressor Systems Inc.

             

       
   Contract Compression Providers Address Gas Producers' Concerns 

                Issues of declining gas prices and oversupply, frantic activity in oil rich shale plays,
                and tightening environmental regulations pressure both gas producers and rental fleet owners

               
Tanmay Desai, Valerus
                Larry Naylor, Compressor Systems Inc.
     

        TRANSMISSION COMPRESSION I
           
Successful Pipeline Projects and What Was Learned from Them

     ●  Florida Gas Phase 8 Project
               Arnold Eisenstein, Florida Gas Transmission Company, a Southern Union/El Paso Affiliate

          300 Line and Connexion Projects, Lessons Learned
             
 
Bill Thomas and Alex McConnell, El Paso Corporation                   

     ●  Boardwalk Pipeline Partners - Lessons Learned
               Matt Griswold, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners

      
  TRANSMISSION COMPRESSION II

         Issues for Interstate Pipelines
             
 
Panel, Moderated by Larry Bowden, Williams Gas Pipeline
               
Changing gas supply patterns impact fuel efficiency projects, pipeline utilization and even direction of flow,
                 gas storage, and need for compressor flexibility

                    William E. Murrell, Federal Regulatory Energy Commission
                    Amber McCullagh, Wood Mackenzie
                    Alvin "Creech" Newsome, TransCanada
                    Bob Truman, CenterPoint Energy Services

         Future Compression Station Technologies and Applications
           
 
  Jason Gatewood, Southwest Research Institute

         Reliability Review of Electric Motor Drives for Pipeline Centrifugal Compressor Stations
             
  A Gas/Electric Partnership Research Consortium
               Mellisa Wilcox, Southwest Research Institute

           
  
TECHNOLOGY UPDATES (available soon)
  
Moderated by W. Norm Shade, ACI Services, Inc.

      ●   MOS High‐Speed Reciprocating Compressor
            Gary Tas, Dresser-Rand

      ●   Dual Torque Converter in Variable Speed Planetary Gear
            Christoph Meyenberg, Voith Turbo, Inc.

      ●   High‐Speed Compression and Variable Speed Drive Technology
           
Domingo Fernandez, MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc.         

      ●   New Concepts in Reciprocating Compressor Control
           
Mike Walden Control Systems Intl. & ACI Services, Inc.

      ●  Emissions & Vent Systems on Reciprocating Compressors
             Kent Crockett, Ariel Corporation

      ●  Condition Monitoring Services
            
David Krenek, Caterpillar

    ●   Waste Heat Recovery Power Generator
            
Ahmet Durmaz, TMEIC

    ●  Converting Waste Heat from Oil & Gas Processes to Value
            
Bruce Erbele, Access Energy

     ●  Reciprocating Compressor Technology Updates
             Robert Crow, Neuman‐Esser

       2/20/12