Service Companies’ View of Supply and Demand: “I know what you think you want, here’s what I think you can have.”
Moderator: David Baldwin
Monday, 24 July
There have been many panel sessions, forums and conferences dedicated to operators’ views of how to thrive in today’s price environment. This leaves the conversation unfinished since understanding how suppliers view their side of the market is critical to operators’ decisions as well. The service side of the oil and gas industry is dealing with the same uncertainty. Yet, while the business model may be different from an operator, service company problems are everyone’s problems: if the suppliers of products and services are not healthy, then the oil and gas industry will not be successful in the future.
The panel, intentionally bereft of operators, contains executives representing all aspects of the unconventional equipment and services supply chain. The panel will look at how the service side of our business expects to survive while delivering the technology and manpower needed for the industry to succeed in an uncertain price environment.
||Monday, 24 July
||1:45 p.m.–5:25 p.m.
||Included with registration