The Osage Oil & Gas Summit has been scheduled for Nov. 4-5 in the historic Mayo Hotel in downtown Tulsa.
The theme for this year’s summit is “Past, Present and Moving Forward: Revenue Challenges in Tough Economic and Regulatory Times.”
The agenda includes a reception Nov. 4 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Rooftop Cocktail Lounge in the Penthouse, followed by a banquet and opening ceremonies. What wasn’t listed was a lease sale, which has been the main event at past Oil and Gas Summits.
Keynote speaker is Dr. Bob Blackburn from the Oklahoma Historical Society who will give a history of the Osage’s oil and gas history.
On Nov. 5 the summit begins at 8:45 a.m. and will feature presentations on:
- The American Burying Beetle
- Woodford Shale Thermal Anomaly
- Natural Gas and Hydrocarbon Liquids Measurement
- Discussion of the Mississippian Stratigraphic Column for North Central Oklahoma
- Produced Water Budget for Oklahoma
- Seismic Resources and Characterizations of Paleozoic Reservoirs in Osage County
- Seeking New Revenue in Tough Times
- Application of the National Environmental Policy Act to the Osage Mineral Estate
- FERC Pipeline Infrastructure and Getting Osage Gas to the Interstate Market
- Osage Operators Environmental Reference Manual
- Energy and the Oklahoma Economy
- Legal and Regulatory Update/Panel Discussion
According to a news release, lodging special rate for a single/double room is $119 per night, plus tax.
The Mayo Hotel is located at 115 West 5th Street. Call the hotel for more information at (844) 430-9644 or visit the website at: www.themayohotel.com.
For more information about the summit contact Rick Torix at (202) 527-5137 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lacee Reynolds, OMC Office at (918) 287-5447.