On February 19, 2015 9:56 pm
At the Utica Upstream Seminar on April 8 at Walsh University in North Canton, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and ShaleDirectories.com are lining up speakers to answer your most pertinent question:
How will the drop in energy prices affect Utica exploration in 2015?
Among our speakers will be three men with valuable perspectives on this question. They are:
Rick Stouffer, editor of Shale Energy Business Briefing, a daily subscription newsletter. Stouffer brings 30 years of oil and gas industry experience to the task of creating a daily newsletter for industry insiders.
Rick Simmers, chief of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management. As the regulators of oil and gas exploration in Ohio, Simmers and his staff of inspectors need to know what to expect from the Utica shale play.
Dr. Jefrey C. Dick of Youngstown State University. A geologist educated at Kent State University, Dick has extensive private-sector and academic experience, and is in great demand as a researcher and presenter on shale energy. This will be Dick’s first presentation at a Utica Capital Seminar Series event in Canton.
If you are a business that serves the oil and gas economy in the Utica Shale, you will need the best information going forward in 2015. These experts and more will give you what you need.
Utica Upstream, part of the Utica Capital Seminar Series for 2015, Will be April 8 at the Barrette Center at Walsh University.
For tickets, go to: www.uticacapital.com.
For sponsorship opportunities, contact:
Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce