WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • Light Oil E&P Operators
  • Heavy Oil Operators
  • Class 1 Railroads
  • Rail Operators
  • Terminal Owners Operators
  • West Coast Refineries
  • East Coast Refineries
  • Gulf Coast Refineries
  • Pipeline Operators Across North America

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Midstream
  • Transportation
  • Supply and Trading
  • Emerging Markets
  • Crude Oil 
  • Refining
  • Rail
  • Logistics
  • Business Development
  • Marketing

Plus...


  • Offloading Servicing Companies
  • Rail Car Supply
  • Rail Track Construction & Maintenance
  • Pipeline Construction
  • Ship Tankers
  • Market Analysts
  • Terminal Construction Companies
  • 
Refinery Retrofitting & Construction Companies
  • 
Environmental Consultants
  • Storage Companies 

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

The Third In The Sell- Out Crude By Rail Series...

...Crude By Rail 2014: New Destinations, Increasing Capacities will address the emergence of increased crude volumes and market destinations by delivering updates on railroad expansions, rail cars and terminals across the West, East & Gulf Coast.

WHAT'S NEW THIS YEAR?

  • Rail Operator Led: designed specifically to determine how rail operators plan to meet the needs of producer's and refiners
  • Solutions For All 3 Stakeholders: every session has been designed specifically to provide solutions for refiners, producers and rail operators
  • West Coast Markets: emphasis on the exploration of California and other West Coast markets as economically viable rail destinations
  • Addresses Recent Collapse Of Price Differentials: justifying the longevity of rail in light of the recent collapse in price differentials
  • Latest Rail Car Mandates: addressing latest FRA regulations with regards to rail cars modifications to determine how this might impact cost

Rail operators, producers and refineries will gather on the 25-26 February 2014 to examine the cost and efficiency of reaching the hottest refinery destinations across the US and determine the most cost-effective way for rail operators to meet the growing demands of producers and refiners:

OFFLOADING CAPACITY & TERMINAL UPDATES: Mapping the locations of available offloading facilities on the East, West and Gulf Coast to assess connectivity, volume capacity, transit time and transportation costs

MARKET DIFFERENTIALS: Examining the market differentials for moving crude to different markets - Gulf Coast vs. West Coast vs. East Coast

RAIL CAR MODIFICATIONS: Determining how new FRA rail car mandates will impact crude by rail deliveries to ensure rail operators can strategize to minimize economic impact

VOLUME FORECASTS: Understanding the production forecasts and crude types emerging across US Shale plays to quantify the volume of increased crude traffic

REFINERY SPECIFICATIONS: Identifying refiner appetites for different crude types to assess regions best served by crude by rail

THE LONGEVITY OF RAIL: Deciphering how rail will fit in with increasing pipeline capacities to understand how railroads intend to remain competitive in the future

HEAVY OIL: Assessing the rail and refinery capacity for different types of Canadian crude to determine its competitiveness with US crude

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