Confirmed to present include San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro, Red McCombs Enterprises Owner Red McCombs, ConocoPhillips’ Unconventional Reservoirs Technology Program General Manager Greg P. Leveille, Chairman of the Texas Water Development Board Carlos Rubinstein, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Chairman Dr. Bryan W. Shaw, President North America Shale Production BHP Billiton Petroleum Rod Skaufel and many others.
“We are very fortunate to have outstanding support from many different sectors of the shale community,” said Leodoro Martinez Jr., executive director for Middle Rio Grande Development Council and chairman of Eagle Ford Consortium. “Attendants will have the opportunity to listen to well-respected leaders and engage with them as well.”
Exhibition space has sold out and the Eagle Ford Consortium Conference has consistently been a sold-out event. As such, those interested in attending are encouraged to register online at eaglefordconsortium.org or to contact Cindy Taylor at (210) 912-5868. Hotel reservations are available on the conference website, but they are going quickly. The conference takes place around San Antonio’s highly popular Fiesta festivities, so make hotel reservations today.
More than 1,000 key leaders in community, industry, education, business and workforce development are expected to gather for the conference.
This will be the first time the conference will include a breakout session on energy reform in Mexico. Among other breakout sessions will be information on infrastructure, air quality, natural resources, workforce, housing, education, transportation and industry trends.
The Eagle Ford Consortium represents 20 South Texas counties who collaborate, partner and address the community realities that will be a result of the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas exploration and plans for the sustainable future of those communities.