DUG Midcontinent
February 24-26, 2015
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Cox Convention Center
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DUG Midcontinent is Moving to Oklahoma City!

Hart Energy is pleased to announce DUG Midcontinent is moving to Oklahoma City in 2015. Many of the event’s participants have expressed interest in seeing the event take place in the state’s capital, and we have listened to their feedback.

Since we launched the event in Tulsa in 2013, we've received overwhelming support from the state and the many companies working throughout the Woodford, Mississippi Lime and various midcontinent plays. And over the last two years, DUG Midcontinent has experienced phenomenal growth — almost 60% growth in the exhibition and 25% growth in attendance. Oklahoma City's Cox Convention Center will give us the necessary room to sustain this growth trend.

Home to major operators like Devon Energy, Continental Resources, Chesapeake Energy and American Energy Partners, Oklahoma City is key to the state's oil and gas industry. It's centrally located to all of the region's key unconventional resource plays, and as the state’s capital – it's home to the many politicians and regulators focused on Oklahoma's booming energy markets. We are truly excited to watch what happens when the world's largest unconventional oil and gas resources event series takes place in this great city.

We look forward to seeing you next year at DUG Midcontinent 2015, February 24-26 at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, OK


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