2011 Woodford Summit

March 29-30, 2011
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma

America's Path Toward Greater Energy Independence will be a key topic for discussion during the 2011 Woodford Shale Summit sponsored by the IOGCC and the University of Oklahoma (OU), March 29-30.

The Woodford Shale Summit will provide an opportunity for the education of stakeholders as experts discuss key issues in the Woodford Region, a unique reservoir that has tremendous potential for both oil and gas production.

While the conference focus will cover shale gas development, the discussion involves a much broader range of energy policy topics. Conference sessions will explore the importance of utilizing natural gas, along with demand-management, efficiency, and renewables as partners to develop our nation's natural gas resources and move toward energy independence.


Among the topice to be discussed during the Summit are: Natural Gas End Use, Business/Investment Climate, Environmental Issues Associated with Shale Gas Development, Hydraulic Fracturing, and Discussion of community Partnership and Shale Gas Development Success Stories.


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