August 24 - 26, 2015 - Cox Business Center

Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Pipeline & Energy Expo is the recognized leading event serving energy professionals in the Oklahoma and surrounding regions with a major tradeshow, two-day conference and premier networking events.

Oklahoma’s Energy Legacy: In 1897, Bartlesville’s Nellie Johnstone No. 1 became Oklahoma’s first profitable oil well, laying a firm foundation in our state’s continued success as an energy leader and innovator. Oklahoma offers a wide range of advantages, such as a central location for manufacturing and service for pipelines, many of which meet in Oklahoma and have substantial maintenance or replacement requirements. Surging new oil production in the Mid-Continent is growing the need to develop and enhance transportation infrastructure to move oil in and out of the region. Similarly, unprecedented new supplies of natural gas are creating new market opportunities to more fully utilize the resource in every demand sector. Oklahoma has a strong heritage as an energy producing state and is a driving force behind the resurgence in U.S. energy supplies.

Access to Major Oil & Gas Markets: Oklahoma is the fourth largest producer of natural; gas and fifth largest producer of crude oil in the U.S. The state houses the industry’s entire supply chain, including production companies like Chesapeake and Devon, marketing and midstream companies such as Williams and OneOK, and five petroleum refineries. NP Cushing, Okla. is regarded as the “pipeline crossroads of the world,” and serves as both the price point for WTI Crude (historically the global benchmark for crude oil) and is the largest oil storage facility in the world. Oklahoma produces more than 8% of U.S> natural gas supplies, and across the U.S., Oklahoma companies were responsible for an even larger percentage.

Central Location with Integrated Transportation Systems. Thanks to its central location and a comprehensive network of air, road, water and rail, Oklahoma has the capacity to deliver products to every part of the U.S. and beyond. The state forms a hub of the nation’s major rail tracks and key interstate highways, and houses three inland ports and two international airports. Dallas and Houston, for example, an be reached by road from Oklahoma City in 3 ½ and 7 ½ hours, respectively.

CNG Revolution: The oil and gas industry in Oklahoma continues to serve as a vital contributor to the U.S energy infrastructure. Oklahoma’s energy role is expanding as it transitions to cleaner burning fossil fuels leading to a substitution of natural gas for coal in many production processes. NP Oklahoma’s CNG infrastructure ranks number one in the nation in the number of public-use fueling station and state motor fleet on CNG. Oklahoma’s Bold Energy Plan. Governor Mary Fallin unveiled the Oklahoma’s First Energy Plan in 2011. The plan focuses on fostering economic development, transitioning transportation fuels, optimizing the existing energy systems and positioning Oklahoma for the future by leveraging our natural resources. NP The Plan also include a coordinated effort between Oklahoma and other states to attract automobile manufacturers in the U.S. to develop a functional and affordable fleet of natural gas vehicles (NGV).

Energy Companies in Oklahoma

Chesapeake is the second-largest producer of natural gas, a top 15 producer of oil and natural gas liquids, and the most active driller of new wells in the U.S. Devon Energy Corporation is a leading independent oil and natural gas exploration and production c company y. Devon owns natural gas pipelines and treatment facilities in many producing areas, making the company one of North America’s larger producer of natural gas liquids. Williams is one of the leading energy infrastructure companies in North America, owning interests in or operating 15,000 miles of interstate gas pipelines, 1,000 miles of NGL transportation pipeline, and more than 10,000 miles of oil and gas gathering pipelines.

OG&E serves more than 800,000 retail customers in Oklahoma and western Arkansas, and a number of wholesale customers throughout the region. OG&E, with about 6800 megawatts of capacity, generates electricity from natural gas, western coal and wind. OG&E’s electric transmission and distribution systems span 30,000 square miles. Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) is part of the American Electric Power system (AEP). AEP ranks among the nation’s largest generators of electricity, owning nearly 38,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S.

Top 250 Global

Devon Energy, Chesapeake Energy, ONEOK & OG&E have been listed in Platt’s Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings.

Welcome to the Pipeline & Energy Expo 2015!

The Pipeline & Energy Expo is a three-day forum showcasing Oklahoma businesses and proving opportunities for industry suppliers and buyers to network from across North America. TPEE consists of a 2 day tradeshow and conference, professional development training, a benefit dinner, golf tournament and a variety of networking functions.

Formerly known as the Tulsa Pipeline Expo, The Pipeline & Energy Expo has expanded its focus to include all forms of energy, including new for 2015 Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVOK Pavilion), Instrumentation Systems and Automation and Metal Fabrication for energy.

Since its creation in 2009, the Expo has focused on stimulating economic growth in Oklahoma by showcasing pipeline and energy businesses. Now in its seventh year, the event has grown into one of the most important energy meetings in the country and contuses to reach forward and touch new audiences across the nation and into international markets.

The Pipeline & Energy Expo is a Tulsa-based conference and exhibition that will bring together businesses from the United States and Canada to network with suppliers, potential clients and c customers. Since 2009, The Pipeline & Energy Expo has strived not only to increase awareness of the State’s rich heritage in the energy industry, but also to promote connection between surrounding states and Canada with interests in pipeline challenges, regulation, integrity, and proposed projects. As well, the Pipeline & Energy Expo supports the Eagle Gift Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to distribute funding to numerous charitable initiatives. Formerly known as the Tulsa Pipeline Expo, The Pipeline & Energy Expo has expanded its focus to include all forms of energy, including new for 2015 Natural Gas Vehicles, Instrumentation Systems and Automation and Metal Fabrication for energy. Since its creation in 2009, the Expo has focused on stimulating economic growth in Oklahoma by showcasing pipeline and energy business. Now it its seventh year, this event has grown into one of the most important energy meeting sin the country and continues to reach forward and touch new audiences across the nation and into international markets.

In late 2014, an alliance was announced between dmg events, one of the world’s largest energy tradeshow and conference producers (organizers of the International Pipeline Exposition and the Global Petroleum Show, to name a few), and The Pipeline & Energy Expo, to assist in the organization and expansion of the Conference and Exhibition in 2015. Join the growing number of companies who are taking part in this important pipeline and energy event.

Exhibition

  • More than 300 exhibiting companies
  • Over 2000 registered attendees
  • 50 speakers

Conference

  • Keynote Luncheons
  • Interactive Panel Discussions
  • Expert-led sessions

Networking

  • Charity Golf Scramble and Luncheon
  • Charity Silent Auction & Gala Dinner
  • Professional Development Training
  • Evening Receptions

Event Dates

  • Charity Golf Scramble and Charity Silent Auction & Gala Dinner: August 24, 2015
  • Conference & Exhibition: Tuesday, August 25 and Wednesday August 26, 2015

Full Conference – $495.00

  • Business & Technical Conference
  • Breakfasts, lunches and daily refreshments
  • Exhibition Access Tuesday, August 25 – Wednesday, August 26
  • Game Day Opening Reception on Tuesday, August 25

One Day Conference – $295.00

  • Business & Technical Conference on the day you are registered for Breakfasts, lunches and daily refreshments on the day you are registered for
  • Exhibition Access on Tuesday, August 25 or Wednesday, August 26
  • Game Day Opening Reception on Tuesday, August 25

Exhibition Pass Only – FREE

  • Exhibition Access Tuesday, August 25 – Wednesday, August 26
  • Game Day Opening Reception on Tuesday, August 25

Keynote Lunch – $75.00

  • Tuesday, August 25
  • Available for purchase with exhibition pass only. (Included in conference delegate passes.)

Eagle Gift Charity Golf Scramble

  • Monday, August 24 from 7:45 am – 2:00 pm at the Tulsa Country Club
  • Single: $150.00
  • Foursome: $600.00

Eagle Gift Foundation Silent Auction & Benefits Dinner – $100.00

  • Monday, August 24 from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Cox Business Centre
  • A proud partner of The Eagle Gift Foundation – Enjoy a night of elegant dining, live musical entertainment, a silent auction and live auction.

Exhibit

Build a memorable experience for clients and prospective buyers and create an undeniable presence directed at pipeline industry professionals.

Attend

Connect with operators from key players headquartered in Tulsa, greater Oklahoma and region and gain access to the thriving Oklahoma, and surrounding states oil & gas market.

Conference

The Pipeline & Energy Expo Conference increases opportunities for networking, business development and education for energy leaders.

Charity Golf Scramble

The tournament will deliver great opportunities for both exhibitors and visitors alike to network and have fun at the same time.

Charity Silent Auction & Benefit Dinner

A proud partner of The Eagle Gift Foundation - Enjoy a night of elegant dining, live musical entertainment, a silent auction and live auction.