Events and Webinars
This one-day course will entail a morning session of presentations by Penn State Faculty involved with well site construction and reclamation practices. The afternoon will include a field trip to well pad and pipeline sites to examine real-world applications of innovative engineering and best practices.
Join us for the Fourth Annual Natural Gas Utilization Conference presented by Penn State's Marcellus Center, the Shale Gas Innovation and Commercialization Center (SGICC), and American's Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA).
Vicky Steiner, Executive Director, North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties and Gerry Fisher, North Dakota Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office
This program is an ideal way for businesses to research an entry point in the shale marketplace. It is designed to provide a foundation that can shorten the shale entry time frame by identifying key terminology and opportunities for integration across operations for employees new to shale and to develop a borad understanding of current practices in shale development.
This program will discuss types of pipeline, construction process, pipeline safety, mitigating pipeline impacts, making sense of right-of-way (ROW) agreements and addenda, understanding the eminent domain process, valuing the ROW and more.
This workshop is intended to help landowners have a better understanding of what is happening now and what options they may wish to consider in the future.
The 2014 ShaleNET Workforce Forum Tools for the Future offers an unrivaled opportunity to engage leaders from the oil and natural gas industry, education, workforce development, and the public workforce system. This year’s forum will share successes and challenges in unlocking the human capital needed to tap the vast potential of shale exploration and utilization.
Deb Nelson, Program Manager, Vision West ND and Daryl Dukart, Chairman, Vision West ND Consortium
Shale Mineral Management for the Landowner is a comprehensive program to help royalty owners see and understand how current drilling production and utilization trends can affect their royalties.