Industry Leaders Set to Forecast Natural Gas Demands Amid Shale Revolution at the 5th Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference

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HOUSTON, Dec. 17, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hart Energy's 2014 Marcellus-Utica Midstream event offers an expert panel on the increased demand predicted for natural gas. Participants will hear from companies that have committed billions of dollars to new fertilizer and steel plant projects. Attend the January 28-30 event, located at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA, to find out what's coming next for the shale resource revolution underway in the Appalachian basin.

Audrea S. Hill, Sr. Director - Raw Materials and Hedging, PotashCorp

Hill leads a team responsible for supplying her company with reliable, low cost natural gas and electricity. Gain insight from an energy industry professional with over 30 years of experience.

Tim Lawrence, Manager – Gas, Energy and Utilities, Incitec Pivot Limited

Learn more from a company leader as IPL moves ahead with its $850 million plant expansion.

Brad True, GM - Resource Development, Nucor Steel

As an executive for the largest steel producer in the country, True offers a firsthand perspective on how to leverage Appalachian fuels.

Registration is still open with more than a dozen prominent speakers slated for the conference. Considering the current activity and future plans, the 2014 event promises to be a great business investment.
For the complete agenda information, visit marcellusmidstream.com/mum-confagenda

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