Business Development: “I’m Spartacus! Will the Real Eagle Ford Shale Please Stand Up?”

Speaker: Dick Stoneburner, President & COO, Petrohawk Energy Corporation
Speaker Dick Stoneburner, President & COO, Petrohawk Energy Corporation
  Richard K. Stoneburner: President – Chief Operating Officer Petrohawk Energy Corporation Mr. Stoneburner is currently responsible for all phases of upstream operations for the company. Prior to his current role he served as Executive Vice President-Exploration. Previous positions include Vice President—Exploration of 3TEC Energy Corporation from December 1999 until ...


 


Richard K. Stoneburner:


President – Chief Operating Officer


Petrohawk Energy Corporation


Mr. Stoneburner is currently responsible for all phases of upstream operations for the company. Prior to his current role he served as Executive Vice President-Exploration. Previous positions include Vice President—Exploration of 3TEC Energy Corporation from December 1999 until its merger with Plains Exploration & Production Company in June 2003. Prior to joining 3TEC, Mr. Stoneburner worked as a geologist for a number of E & P companies including Hugoton Energy Corporation, Stoneburner Exploration and Texas Oil and Gas. Mr. Stoneburner has over 30 years of experience in the energy business and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Sciences from The University of Texas at Austin and a Masters of Science degree in Geology from Wichita State University.

Full Description
 

Join the Business Development Study Group at the Four Seasons Hotel as we hear from our distinguished speaker on recent developments in the Eagle Ford Shale, whose characteristics change markedly as it sweeps in an arc from just west of Houston to the Rio Grande. The popular format of a Business & Social Networking hour, with complimentary Hors’ D’ Oeuvres and a cash bar, followed by an hour-long program, will begin at 5:30 pm in the Mezzanine.

 

Many companies have announced substantial positions in the Eagle Ford Shale. However, with three distinct areas, which Eagle Ford presents the best opportunities? The eastern corridor where the Edwards and Sligo margins overlap? The triangle formed by the separation of the Edwards and Sligo from Live Oak County to the Rio Grande? The back reef area from Northern McMullen to the Maverick Basin? How do depths, pressures and temperatures vary? What are the “oily” areas? Areas of high condensate yields? Dry gas? Are impurities (C02, H2S) an issue? What are the long term effects of retrograde? Is sufficient water available for fracturing? Are there infrastructure problems to address? What is the scope of industry operations in each area? What are recent developments that can provide keys to future activity?

Organizer James Webb

When?

Wed, Mar. 24, 2010
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL, 2nd Floor Mezzanine and Meeting Rooms - Hors D'oeuvres Provided, Cash Bar
1300 Lamar St., between Caroline & Austin
Houston, Texas 77010

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