Barbco Inc. CEO Tony Barbera will be a keynote speaker at the Eighth Annual Utica Midstream Conference on Sept. 24, at the Holiday Inn in Canton, Ohio.
The Utica Midstream Conference was originally scheduled for March, but because of COVID-19 restrictions had to be delayed and moved from its usual local at the Barrette Center on the campus of Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio.
The event organizers are committed to provide a safe conference environment in conjunction with the Holiday Inn Canton. As the COVID-19 situation remains fluid, the conference will have protocols in place for social distancing and other safety precautions.
These highly informative shale oil and gas educational programs present the latest developments in the Utica upstream, midstream and downstream business as related to exploration and production, oil and gas public policy, ethane cracker plants, sustainable jobs in manufacturing and more. This program routinely attracts a diverse business audience throughout Ohio, western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
In addition to Barbera, this year’s speakers include Colette Breshears of Wood Mackenzie, Jason Stechschulte of MPLX (Marathon), Mike Tritt of Lane Power & Energy Solutions, Jackie Stewart of Encino Energy, Charles Zelek of U.S. Department of Energy, Aaron Fleming of Enlink, Adam E. Schroeder of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Oil & Gas Resources Management, as well as a Labor Panel Discussion, with Bob Wilds, Bryan Abel and Paul McCormack.
Barbera’s presentation will focus on Barbco’s revolutionary and patented FlexBor tooling and technology, as well as his more than 30 years of trenchless expertise. In addition, Barbco will have a display table on site.
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