DUG Midcontinent
March 2-4, 2014
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cox Business Center
Register Featured Sponsors
FTS InternationalEagle Energy ExplorationCJ Energy ServicesBaker HughesFMC TechnologiesPLH GroupNetherland, Sewell & Associates (NSAI)TEAM Oil ToolsSchlumbergerSM EnergyIPS EngineeringSterling Hose, Reel & SupplyEnCap InvestmentsMagnum Oil ToolsDragon ProductsD&L Oil Tools
UniminSentry TechnologiesAlltiteCondor EnergyPackers PlusExterranNCS Energy Services / Multistage UnlimitedTall Oak MidstreamTGSCondor EnergySuperior Energy ServicesPFP TechnologyGeoForceAggrekoCore Lab/ProTechnicsEnergy SpectrumSuperior Pipeline Co.TervitaAudubonO-Tex PumpingBOS SolutionsAllegroS&S Technical, LLCWeatherfordTotal EnergyGEUnited Rentals
Operator Sponsors
SM EnergyEagle Energy ExplorationTall Oak MidstreamSuperior Pipeline Co.Newfield Exploration
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Midstream BusinessOil and Gas InvestorE&PUnconventional Oil & Gas CenterTulsa - CVB

DUG Midcontinent Conference & Exhibition — Cox Business Center
Harvesting the Heartland

The inaugural DUG Midcontinent conference and exhibition, held at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center in March 2013, was very successful! In partnership with Visit Tulsa, DUG Midcontinent attracted over 1,000 attendees, 43 sponsors and 76 exhibitors – the exhibition sold out within a week of the announcement of the conference!

We're expanding! Due to the overwhelming attendance at DUG Midcontinent 2013, we've moved the conference to the Cox Business Center (formerly known as the Tulsa Convention Center) to accommodate a larger conference session room and exhibit hall. Review the preliminary conference agenda and join us March 2-4, 2014 for the 2nd DUG Midcontinent conference and exhibition. Register now as an attendee – and take advantage of early bird pricing – or sign up to become a sponsor or exhibitor of this growing conference.

"We are tremendously pleased that this exciting conference is growing in the Tulsa region. Our top-notch convention facilities, coupled with our thriving energy sector and workforce, make Tulsa a great fit for this important event."
– Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
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