and business are the themes for the Rocky
Mountain Natural Gas 2004 energy summit -- this year's annual
Rocky Mountain Section meeting -- which will be held Aug. 9-11 at
Denver's Colorado Convention Center.
is a joint session for RMS and the Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Strategy
Conference and Investment Forum, sponsored by the Colorado Oil &
a "first time ever" blending of RMS and COGA -- RMS attendees can
add $50 to their registration fee to attend concurrent COGA sessions
-- will include eight technical sessions, posters, two luncheons
and icebreakers, short courses and dual exhibits featuring more
than 150 exhibitors.
A Monday luncheon featuring keynote speaker Scott W. Tinker, director
of the Bureau of Economic Geology in Austin, Texas, speaking on
"Unconventional Gas and Global Energy: Is It Mountain Standard
Tuesday luncheon featuring Bobby S. Shackouls, CEO of Burlington
Resources and chairman of the National Petroleum Council, speaking
on U.S. and Rockies natural gas resources.
Tuesday morning "mega session" on "Natural Gas in the Future of
World Energy" and "The Role of the Rockies in the Future of North
American Natural Gas."
Wednesday afternoon "Pipeline Session."
themes will include:
New and Old Plays in the Rockies.
for Giant Oil Fields.
Seismic Techniques-Basin and Petroleum Systems.
information is available online at www.rmag.org