April 17, 2019


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Host: Lazard

Following the drop in natural gas prices in 2009, Haynesville rig count declined substantially. However, thanks to productivity gains and increased demand, the Haynesville is back! 

Production has grown dramatically and today the play is producing ~10 billion cubic feet per day with no slowdown in sight. With private companies looking to monetize their investments and international players looking to secure a low-cost gas supply, the Haynesville is well positioned for future M&A. Our panel will discuss the outlook, opportunities and challenges of working in the Haynesville and the Ark-La-Tex Basin in general.

We will kick off with our popular 5-6 PM networking happy hour followed by the 6-7 PM presentation, including Q&A. Both will be on the third floor mezzanine.

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Speaker: Alan L. Smith
Speaker Alan L. Smith
Alan Smith has been in the oil and gas business for over 32 years and is currently the President and CEO of Rockcliff Energy, a privately-held independent oil and gas company headquartered in Houston, Texas. Prior to joining Rockcliff, Smith held a number of executive roles at energy-focused investment companies ...

Alan Smith has been in the oil and gas business for over 32 years and is currently the President and CEO of Rockcliff Energy, a privately-held independent oil and gas company headquartered in Houston, Texas. Prior to joining Rockcliff, Smith held a number of executive roles at energy-focused investment companies including Quantum Resources Management, Quantum Energy Partners, and Chalker Energy Partners. He holds a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas Tech University.

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Speaker: Frank D. Tsuru
Speaker Frank D. Tsuru
Frank Tsuru currently serves as President and CEO of Indigo Natural Resources and co-founder and CEO of Momentum Midstream. As a petroleum engineering graduate from University of Kansas, he started his career with TXO Production before running Red Cedar Gathering and Aka Energy.  Tsuru is actively involved with philanthropic organizations ...

Frank Tsuru currently serves as President and CEO of Indigo Natural Resources and co-founder and CEO of Momentum Midstream. As a petroleum engineering graduate from University of Kansas, he started his career with TXO Production before running Red Cedar Gathering and Aka Energy.  Tsuru is actively involved with philanthropic organizations including Yellowstone Academy, the Star of Hope Mission, Boy Scouts of America and Family Legacy Missions International.

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Date and Time

Wed, April 17, 2019

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Four Seasons Hotel

1300 Lamar
Houston, Texas 77010
United States of America