|By Marketwired .||
|April 29, 2014 05:51 PM EDT||
CALGARY, AB -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/14 -- The Spring DEALMAKERS Prospect & Property Expo in Calgary next Monday, May 5 will feature upstream opportunities in the Cardium, Duvernay, Nordegg, Peace River Arch, Slave Point and other Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan plays. This power-packed, one-day prospect expo starts 8:30 am on Monday, May 5 at the TELUS Centre, 120 9th Avenue South in downtown Calgary.
This DEALMAKERS oil and gas expo is presented by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL), Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (CSPG), Explorers & Producers Association of Canada (EPAC) and Calgary Global Exploration Forum (CGEF) and managed by firm PLS Inc. There will be 60+ booths filled with deal prospects are expected with 400+ oil and gas industry professionals in attendance. The forum provides a venue large enough for attendees to gain thorough knowledge of the current deal market yet intimate enough to engage in meaningful and productive introductions and negotiations with exhibitors.
The event also includes a series of industry-focused breakout sessions throughout the day that add depth and content. Brief, information-packed presentations will cover topics including M&A, drilling deals, joint ventures and capital markets with speakers such as Paris Aden of Osprey Capital Partners, Jeff Lawson of Peters & Co, David Baboneau of Scotia Waterous, Brian Lidsky of PLS Inc, Mark A. Scholz of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, Sonny Mottahead of Black Spruce Merchant Capital, Rick Grafton of Grafton Funds, Ross Roberston of Durham Capital Corp, P. Gage Jull of Mackie Research Corp, Bruce Edgelow of ATB Financial and Barry Munro of Ernst & Young. To wrap up the day, there is also an afternoon networking cocktail reception.
DEALMAKERS is the event to catch up on current plays and meet preeminent prospect generators, explorationists, property sellers, deal-takers, operators, non-operated working interest owners, capital providers, advisors, divestiture professionals, investment bankers and other energy executives active in buying and selling oil and gas assets. Private equity groups, banks and mezzanine lenders regularly attend DEALMAKERS oil expo to network with energy industry professionals.
Among the many registered Canadian exhibitors will include 4 Gen, AAPG, Albreda Resources, Barnwell of Canada, Blackshale Resources, Bow River Energy, Canada China Chamber of Commerce, Carnaby Energy, Carrizo O&G, Coral Exploration, CYGAM Energy, Dodson Exploration, Ernst & Young, Evaluate Energy, Foreground Resources, Grizzly Oil Sands, Groundstar Resources, Hanna O&G, Indian O&G, Jetex Petroleum, Macquarie Bank, Maverick Royalty, Mount Royal University, Mundiregina Resources, Niko Resources, Ontario Petroleum Institute, Petromanas Energy, Shell, Stormhold Energy, Talisman Energy, Tallahassee Resources, Trident Exploration, Twin Hills Resources, US Oil Sands, Western Divestments, WOMA Energy, Xerex Exploration and XI Technologies.
Already committed attendees include 3E Royalties, the Alberta Department of Energy, ATB Financial, Bilmac Resources, Black Spruce Merchant Capital, Black Swan Energy, Brisk Energy, Broadview Energy, Calgary Economic Development, the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, Canadian Western Bank, Cenovus Energy, Chesapeake, CitiMail Services, Corinthian Exploration, Durham Capital Corp, Eagle Energy Trust, Elite Oil, Encana, Felcom Resources, Franco-Nevada Corp., GlobalData, Grafton Asset Management, Hell Half Acre Petroleum, Hess, HITIC Energy, Hove & Neek Synergy, Idemitsu Canada Resources, Jumbo Resources, Kerwood Resources, Kinnear Financial, Knowledge Energy, KR Investment, Legacy O&G, LG Resource Management, Liberty O&G, Lockhart Energy, Lone Pine Resources, Mackie Research Capital, Managed Petroleum Group, Midwest Surveys, Muddy Petroleum, NAL Resources, Northern Blizzard Resources, Osprey Capital Partners, PanTerra Resource, Perpetual Energy, Personal Finance Consulting, Pinnacle Consulting Services, Quattro E&P, Quicksilver Resources, Rothschild, Saguaro Resources, Schlumberger, Serpa Petroleum Consulting, SMi Faciliop, TORI Resources, W H Smith International Consultants, WestBrick Energy and Western Land Services.
PLS is still accepting requests for booths at Calgary DEALMAKERS. As a unique opportunity, prospect booths are actually free and interested parties are encouraged to contact Cameron Loucks at (403) 294-1906 or Brad Jamison at 713-650-1212.
About PLS's DEALMAKERS
Started more than 20 years ago, DEALMAKERS is the original forum for buying and selling oil and gas prospects and properties through deal shows and prospects expos. The one-day oil & gas show brings together buyers, sellers and capital providers to conduct prospect showings, transact deals and network with each other over the hottest oil and gas plays. PLS is managing additional oil and gas prospect and property expos this year in Calgary (October 8); Dallas (July 23); Houston (October 1); Midland (October 28) and Denver (November 3).
PLS is an integrated information, transaction and advisory firm which manages the oil and gas industry's multiple listing service. The firm has expanded globally to provide buyers and sellers vital deal information as well as marketing and advisory services they need to better manage their portfolios and facilitate profitable transactions. Proprietary databases offered by PLS include OpFinder (a global listings database); PetroWire (an international projects database); docFinder (an interactive archive of industry presentations) and Global M&A (leading provider of M&A transaction comparables and metrics). PLS's industry reports are known throughout the industry for tracking A&D, exploration, capital markets, oilfield services and midstream markets. PLS also recently launched the Scouts, a set of regional US data reports on local drilling activity and completions.
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