2015 GAS/ELECTRIC PARTNERSHIP C O N F E R E N C E XXIII SINCE 1994 UNDERWRITERS MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc. CompressorTech II Voith Turbo TMEIC HOERBIGER Compression Technology American Electric Power Enerflex Energy Systems Inc. ACI Services, Inc. CenterPoint Energy Ariel Corporation ABB Inc. Atlas Copco CSI Compressco, Inc. Dresser-Rand Waukesha Bearings Corporation, A Dover Company Nidec ASI LLC SEC Energy Products & Services Entergy Neuman & Esser Infrastructure & Equipment Advances for Unconventional Gas/Light Tight Oil & Offshore Developments February 17-19, 2015 Conference: February 18-19 Compression Tutorial: February 17 Northwest Forest Conference Center 12715 Telge Road Cypress (Houston),Texas Special thanks to advisors from BP America, ConocoPhillips, Kinder Morgan, Apache Corp, Energy Transfer,TransCanada, Boardwalk Pipeline,Williams Gas Pipeline, and Hess Corporation GAS/ELECTRIC PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE February 18-19, 2015 Preliminary Agenda Issues (Subject to Change) TUTORIAL Tuesday, February 17 9:00 am Registration 9:30 am Rotary Screw Compression Tutorial, Kevin Kisor, MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc. 12:00 pm Lunch 1:00 pm Reciprocating Compressor Tutorial, W. Norm Shade, ACI Services Inc. 5:00 pm Refreshments CONFERENCE Wednesday, February 18 8:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Oil and Gas Industry Overview 8:30 am North American Oil, Gas, and NGL Trends, Kevin Petak, ICF International 9:05 am Air Regulatory Overview, Jason Zapalac, Anadarko Petroleum 10:30 am View from Appalachia, Robert Chase, Marietta College 10:50 am Impacts of (Lower) Oil Price On Selected Energy Sectors, Roundtable, Kevin Petak, ICF International, Michael Juden, McKinsey & Co, Edward Kelly, IHS Inc. 11:25 am Lunch Unlocking the Value of Stranded Gas Moderated by Marybeth Nored, Apache Corp & Kerry Masson, Hess Corp 12:25 pm Separation Facilities Options for Mobilized Short/ Medium Term Use, Roundtable of Industry Users of Technology 12:50 pm Gas Technologies Establishing their Track Records •JT and Variable BTU Gas Engine Genset System to Reduce Flaring, Worldwide Power Products •Mobile Flare Gas Capture, GTUIT LLC •GTL, an Alternative To Consider, Hess Corp 1:25 pm Field Generated Electricity – Field Uses & Access to the Grid 1:45 pm Session Q&A North American Shale and Light Tight Oil Tech Updates – Session I Developments 9:35 am Comparison Of Major Basins Regarding Production Of Gas, Oil, NGLs – Facilities Options, Edward Kelly, IHS Inc. 10:10 am Break Moderated by Norm Shade, ACI Services, Inc. 2:00 pm Brief updates on recently available products & services 2:45 pm Break continued... GAS/ELECTRIC PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE February 18-19, 2015 Preliminary Agenda Issues (Subject to Change) Wednesday, February 18 (continued) Offshore Power & Rotating Equipment 3:05 pm Offshore Outlook, Kevin Petak, ICF International 3:20 pm Floating Production Systems Outlook, Cobie Loper, SBM Offshore 3:50 pm Achieving Cost and Schedule Efficiency for Offshore Production of Oil and Gas, Marcelo Accorsi Miranda, Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. 4:10 pm Cost Optimization of Offshore Equipment for Project Developments & Operations, Roundtable of Operating company representatives – Hess Corporation, Talisman Energy, Chevron, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Petrobras 5:05 pm Adjourn 5:30 pm Gas/Electric Partnership Cocktails and Dinner Thursday, February 19 8:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Pipeline Systems Transitions 8:30 am Changing Supply and its Effect on Future Transco Operations, Steven T. Baroni, Williams 9:00 am Global Gas Supply/Demand & Impact on North American LNG Exports, Michael S. Juden, McKinsey & Co. 9:35 am Changes in Gas Pipeline Utilization, Flow Directions, and Conversions to Liquids – Roundtable moderated by Michael S. Juden, McKinsey & Co, with gas pipeline company representatives 10:15 am Break Methane Emissions 10:35 am EDF Study of Methane Emissions, Doug Jordan, Southwestern Midstream Co. Tech Updates – Session II Moderated by Norm Shade, ACI Services, Inc. 11:05 am Brief updates on recently available products & services 12:05 pm Lunch Compressors & Drives 1:05 pm Refrigeration and Boil Off Compression Systems for NGL Export Facilities, Enerflex Energy Systems 1:30 pm Compressors/Drives Roundtable I – Meeting Air Regulations 2:10 pm The Impact of Changing Pipeline Conditions on Compressor Efficiency, Brandon Ridens, Southwest Research Institute 2:40 pm Break 3:00 pm Compressors/Drives Roundtable II – Dealing with Changing Pipeline Conditions 3:40 pm Adjourn & Refreshments GAS/ELECTRIC PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE Tutorial Agenda Tuesday, February 17 Photo courtesy of MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc. 9:30 AM Rotary Screw Tutorial Kevin Kisor, MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc. Classification Oil-Flooded vs. Oil-Free Typical Applications Construction Details Shaft Seals The Compression Process Over/Under Compression Oil Characteristics & Proper Oil Management 12:00 PM Lunch *Certificate for Professional Development Hours will be earned. Photo courtesy of ACI Services, Inc. 1:00 PM Reciprocating Compressor Tutorial W. Norm Shade, ACI Services, Inc. Basics Reciprocating Compressor Types, Applications, Drivers And Rating Criteria Mechanical Components And Their Functions Basic Compression Thermodynamics & Terminology Performance Compressor Capacity (Flow) And Horsepower Performance Curves Compressor Rod Load And Pin Reversal Multistage Compression Effects Of Gas Properties Capacity Control Capacity Control With Suction Throttling, Bypass, Clearance Pockets And End Deactivation Some Common Problems Recap GAS/ELECTRIC PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Fax to 505.466.5119, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online at www.GasElectricPartnership.com Yes, I plan to attend the Gas/Electric Partnership Conference, February 18-19, 2015 Add Rotary Screw Compressor Tutorial (February 17, half day in a.m.) Add Reciprocating Total Cost Compressor Tutorial (February 17, half day in p.m.) $675 +$125 +$125 _________ For hotel reservations, call Northwest Conference Center, 281.256.3548 or 800.256.3548 for special Gas/Electric Partnership rate. 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