conference agenda*

The Marcellus Utica New York City conference will cover a number of topics of what investors and stakeholders can expect for the energy industry throughout the Marcellus and Utica basins. Along with policy updates will come panels on midstream operations, power plants and the burgeoning petrochemical industry of the region.

Thursday, December 5th

6:00pm – 8:00pm Networking Reception

Friday, December 6th

7:30 am Registration Check-in and Networking
8:30 am Welcome
8:45 am Political Landscape    

• Brittany Ramos – Pennsylvania
• Scott Rotruck – Ohio
• Curtis Wilkerson – West Virginia

All politics are local. With this panel, you will receive an update of the political, legislative and regulatory landscapes from the Marcellus/Utica Basin with a focus on Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Learn about the differences in operating and investing in these states, what can be expected from upcoming and ongoing legislative sessions, potential political changes, and what movements we are seeing in the ever changing regulations in response to public pressures. A brief overview of the industry as a whole and how national trends influence local outcomes.

10:00 am Networking Break
10:15 am Development Forecasts    

• Denise Brinley – Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of Energy
• Matt Cybulski – JobsOhio
• James Owrey – West Virginia Development Office

Lead development officials join us from Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia to share updates from each of their respective states. Subjects will include updates on projects that can be expected, state programs that encourage economic development, and opportunities on the horizon that those in the natural gas industry can anticipate.

12:00 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm Project Updates    

• Mike John – Northeast Natural Energy
• Wally Kandel – Solvey

With the maturation of the Marcellus and Utica, the Appalachian Basin has become the host of a variety of projects that are changing the landscape of the natural gas and manufacturing industries. From power plants and power generation to storage hubs and pipeline infrastructure, a number of projects are being developed across the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Hear from leaders on those projects about the opportunities that these present for investment and the future of the industry.

2:00 pm Investment Opportunities and Needs    

Many large scale projects need financial backers to turn concepts to reality. With this session we will explore what opportunities the Marcellus and Utica Basins have to offer investors and where needs and partnerships can meet in the middle. Hear from leaders about large scale natural gas projects, how those investments have transformed the landscape, and what is being done to encourage further development.

3:00 pm Adjourn

*Subject to change

marcellus utica new york city conference

December 5-6, 2019

December 5: Networking Reception
December 6: Panels & Presentations

Registration is now closed.

lodging information

New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street

presenting sponsor

Orion Strategies

exhibiting sponsors