Plenary Session: Executive Perspectives
URTeC Plenary Session
Monday, 20 June 2022, 10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m. | Houston, Texas
Unconventional oil and natural gas plays are essential to meet global energy needs in the coming decades. The United States contains vast untapped commercial resources that provide energy independence and protect national security. Technological advances in development, production and distribution can provide these resources in an environmentally clean and efficient manner. Emerging technologies from fossil energy companies promise a wide diversity of solutions to these challenges.
Additionally, the U.S. shale industry is rebounding and delivering record cash flows. These companies have reduced debt and reined in production growth in pursuit of shareholder demands for more favorable financial models which is winning back investors. Now with crude headed toward $100 a barrel, production growth and capital spending are climbing again, led by the supermajors and private operators. The sweet spot of returning free cash flow and production growth is poised to advance our industry.
We have asked our Executive Plenary Panel to share their perspectives on the current state of the industry as well as evolution to cleaner energy from unconventional plays in the U.S. and the globe in partnership with renewable energy systems while simultaneously returning cash flow and production growth.
- Room Assignment:
- George R. Brown Convention Center, General Assembly
- Included with Registration
- Luis Baez
- Richard Lynch, Senior Vice President, Technology and Services, Hess
- Kirk Johnson, Senior Vice President, Lower 48 Assets and Operations, ConocoPhillips
- Mark Berg, Executive Vice President, Corporate Operations, Pioneer Natural Resources
- T. Ryder Booth, Vice President, North America Exploration & Production, Mid-Continent Business Unit, Chevron
George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida De Las Americas