U.S. VIP Reception Series




What is the VIP Reception series?

Our U.S. VIP Reception series, exclusively sponsored by Enverus, is an ongoing series of private networking events that enable our members to conduct new BD, source industry intel, raise capital and investigate partnership opportunities throughtout the year. During 2020 we will be hosting exclusive VIP Receptions in Houston, New York, Midland, Dallas/ Fort Worth, Oklaholma City and Denver. When you attend a VIP Reception, you can expect to meet senior executives from a cross section of E&P, Midstream, OFS, Minerals & Royalties, Banks, Family Offices and Private Equity firms. 

2020 Exclusive Sponsor

Upcoming VIP Receptions

Thursday, April 16

Tuesday, May 12

Wednesday, July 1

Tuesday, August 4

Thursday, September 3

Thursday, October 1

Expert Insights

Enverus is the leading energy SaaS company delivering highly-technical insights and predictive/prescriptive analytics; empowering customers to make fast, trusted decisions that save them money.  Spanning the entire energy value chain, Enverus’ innovative technologies drive operational optimization, production and investment strategies; reveal predictability in future commodity prices; and reduce costs through automated, transparent processes across key auxiliary functions that are critical to every business.  With more than 1,500 technical and professional experts across the globe, Enverus is a strategic partner to more than 6,000 customers in 50 countries. Enverus is a portfolio company of Genstar Capital and brings together the technology of Drillinginfo, RS Energy Group, PLS, 1Derrick, MineralSoft, Midland Map Co., MarketView, DataGenic Group, PRT, Oildex, Cortex, Red Dog Systems, Oil Law Records and RigData as one company. Creating the future of energy together.  Learn more at Enverus.com

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As we approach the new year, it’s worth reflecting on US activity levels in 2019. Over the course of the last 12 months, the US lost over a quarter of its onshore rig count; ~250 horizontal rigs have taken a tumble to the lowest levels in nearly three years.

Variations in hydraulic fracture height propagation in rock types such as sand, shale or carbonates are a result of their different elastic or geomechanical properties. Understanding how fractures propagate to create a network can assist operators in optimizing their well placement, completion design and spacing, all of which ultimately impact development economics.

Drilled uncompleted wells (DUCs) more than doubled over the past decade, rising from 4,200 to over 8,700 as of 3Q19. RS Prism data show that the Delaware, Midland, DJ, SCOOP | STACK and PRB plays contributed to the increasing DUC inventory since 2011. 

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Tim Pawul

Tim Pawul

SVP, Americas

Benjamin West

Benjamin West

Portfolio Manager, Americas & APAC