EnerCom is pleased to announce that legendary oilman Harold G. Hamm, chairman and CEO of Continental Resources (NYSE: CLR), will take the stage for a discussion about U.S. shale and look at the prospects for U.S. oil and gas exploration in a “fireside chat” Tuesday, August 13, 2019, during EnerCom’s The Oil & Gas Conference® in downtown Denver’s Westin hotel.
Limited space is available for conference registrants to join the discussion with Mr. Hamm. Completing online registration well in advance of The Oil & Gas Conference® will provide your best chance to participate in Mr. Hamm’s luncheon discussion during the 2019 EnerCom conference.
Harold Hamm and Continental Resources
Harold Hamm is founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Continental Resources, one of North America’s iconic oil and gas explorers and producers and one of the leading oil producers in the Bakken oil play in the Williston Basin and the STACK/SCOOP plays in Oklahoma. With a market capitalization of $14.5 billion, Continental ranks in the top ten largest U.S. independent exploration and production companies, sharing the top of the list with companies like ConocoPhillips ($COP), EOG Resources ($EOG) and Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY), whose CFO Cedric Burgher will give a luncheon keynote address at The Oil & Gas Conference® on Monday, Aug. 12.
Mr. Hamm is heavily involved with furthering the success of the U.S. oil and gas industry on a global scale. He co-founded and serves as chairman of the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, whose goal is to preserve the millions of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity and tax revenues generated by onshore drilling and production activities within the United States. Through his work with DEPA, Mr. Hamm is widely recognized as the man who led the charge to lift America’s 40-year-old ban on U.S. crude oil exports, opening new global markets for America’s oil producers.
Hamm, the youngest of 13 children born to a family of sharecroppers, began working in the oilfields as a teenager and founded Continental Resources in 1967 at the age of 21. He is a frequent guest on business and financial cable networks and global business publications. Mr. Hamm has been recognized by numerous industry groups as Executive of the Year, Wildcatter of the Year, Chief Roughneck, CEO of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2012 Harold Hamm was named by TIME Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World.”
Online registration is open for EnerCom’s 24TH annual The Oil & Gas Conference®
The conference is August 11-14, 2019, at the Westin Denver Downtown hotel. Buyside investors and oil and gas company professionals may register for the event through the conference website.
Conference Details: The Oil & Gas Conference® 24 offers investment professionals the opportunity to listen to senior management teams in the oil and gas industry present operational and financial strategies and to gain exposure to important energy topics affecting the global oil and gas industry.
The EnerCom forum fosters healthy dialogue and informal networking opportunities for attendees.
Public and Private Company Presenters: The 2019 edition of EnerCom’s The Oil & Gas Conference® will feature public and private oil and gas companies with operations around the world including the U.S. shale basins, the Gulf of Mexico and Canada. A work-in-progress list of the 2019 presenting companies will be updated on the conference website.
The list of EnerCom’s 2019 presenting companies includes (but is not limited to) the following companies:
Continental Resources (NYSE: CLR) – top ten U.S. E&P, with a focus on oil and natural gas production in the Bakken and the STACK/SCOOP; 1.5 billion BOE proved reserves at 12/31/2018.
Occidental Petroleum (NYSE: OXY) – top 10 U.S. E&P, with operations in the U.S., Middle East and Latin America, with significant midstream and chemical business units
Eni (NYSE: E) – one of the global oil and gas super-players – operating in 67 countries worldwide, 30,000 employees, with upstream, midstream and downstream operations
Whiting Petroleum (NYSE: WLL) – a top crude oil producer in the Bakken-Three Forks play in North Dakota and operator of substantial assets in northern Colorado
Fleur de Lis Energy (PRIVATE) – a “hybrid” private equity investment firm and oil and gas operator that has drilled 15 horizontal wells in the Permian Basin
Anschutz Exploration Corporation (PRIVATE) – independent oil and gas company with current projects in the Powder River and Washakie Basins of Wyoming, the Piceance and DJ Basins of Colorado, and the Uinta Basin of Utah
Bonanza Creek Energy (NYSE: BCEI) – independent E&P with operations focused in the Wattenberg Field in the DJ Basin of Colorado and the Cotton Valley sands of southern Arkansas
PDC Energy (NASDAQ: PDCE) – operates in two geographically distinct areas of the country, with primary interests in the DJ Basin’s Wattenberg field in Weld County, Colorado, and in Reeves and Culberson Counties, West Texas, in the Delaware basin
HighPoint Resources (NYSE: HPR) – DJ Basin operator in northern Colorado and southeast Wyoming, with acreage positions exclusively in rural areas with no urban exposure
Jagged Peak Energy (NYSE: JAG) – pure play Delaware Basin operator with 75,000 net acres in the Southern Delaware
Denbury Resources (NYSE: DNR) – operations in two key operating areas, the Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountain regions, with combination of exploitation, drilling and CO2 enhanced oil recovery operations
Range Resources (NYSE: RRC) – discovered and pioneered the Marcellus shale play, 875,000 acres and 1.9 Bcfe/day net production from Appalachia Q4 2018, 18.1 Tcfe of proved reserves company-wide at Dec. 31, 2018
SM Energy (NYSE: SM) – successful operator in the Midland and Eagle Ford shale basins, expects 2Q2019 production to be 126-131 MBoe/d; targeting free cash flow in 2H2019
SilverBow Resources (NYSE: SBOW) – Eagle Ford pure play producing 227 MMcfe in Q42018 and proved reserves of 1,345 MMcfe (81% natural gas) at Dec. 31, 2018
Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE: COG) – one of the largest Marcellus-focused gas producers; Cabot’s 2019 capital budget is approximately $800 million; for 2019 Cabot plans to drill and complete 85 to 90 net wells and place 80 to 85 net wells on production.
Additional Speakers: Global energy industry leaders, economists, market strategists, government officials, energy finance professionals and other energy experts will provide their insights on global commodities markets, the U.S. becoming a net energy exporter, frac sand supply and logistics, and capital sources for energy development.
Who Attends the Conference: More than 2,000 institutional, private equity and hedge fund investors, family offices, energy research analysts, retail brokers, trust officers, high net worth investors, investment bankers and energy industry professionals gather in Denver for the conference.
One-on-One Meetings: EnerCom works in advance with presenting company management teams to arrange one-on-one meetings with the attending institutional investors and research analysts at the conference venue. In 2018, EnerCom arranged and managed more than 2,000 one-on-one meeting requests.
How to Register: Investment professionals and oil and gas companies can register for the event through the conference website.
EnerCom History and Sponsors: EnerCom, Inc. founded The Oil & Gas Conference® in 1996. It is the oldest and largest energy investment conference in Denver.
Global sponsors of EnerCom’s conferences are Netherland, Sewell & Associates; and Drillinginfo.
Sponsors of The Oil & Gas Conference® 24 include CIBC; Credit Agricole CIB; McGriff, Seibels & Williams; Haynes and Boone; Moss Adams; PNC; Preng & Associates; Bank of America Merrill Lynch; DNB Bank ASA; Holland & Hart; MUFG; Petrie Partners; SMBC; and Wells Fargo.
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