TAP Management to Unveil Mississippian Lime Play Prospect at NAPE
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — TAP Management, Inc. is scheduled to be an exhibitor at the Winter North American Prospect Expo (NAPE) at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX from February 5-8, 2013. NAPE is the world’s largest E & P (upstream) conference, attracts thousands of attendees and is known as “THE” marketplace for buying, selling and trading of oil and gas prospects and producing assets.
Celebrating its 20(th) year, NAPE’s “Transforming the Energy Landscape” theme has attracted an impressive line-up of distinguished industry leaders. The speakers and panelists include such energy experts as Steve Mueller, CEO of Southwestern Energy Company, Eli Gruber, CEO of Ecologix Environmental Systems, and T. Boone Pickens, Chairman of BP Capital Management, who will be discussing the significant impacts the unconventional oil and natural gas boom has had on the economy, job creation and in revitalizing energy dependent industries.
Although TAP Management has attended two of the last three NAPE conferences, 2013 will be the first year that the company will host a booth as an exhibitor. During the expo, TAP Management will showcase prospects from the Mississippian Lime in Garfield County, OK. The Mississippian Lime play has spread from Oklahoma into western Kansas and has gathered significant attention from major companies and large independents like Chesapeake and Devon.
Several years of regional geological study have gone into TAP Management’s Mississippian prospect. Considering the company’s current operations in Oklahoma and future development plans across the state, TAP Management’s familiarity with the Mississippian play makes the prospect an ideal choice to showcase during NAPE.
TAP Management will be represented by engineers Jeff Welber, Mike Butler and consulting geologist Kurt Rottman. Both Mike and Kurt each have over 20 years of engineering, geological and operational experience in the state of Oklahoma.
“Considering TAP Management is still a relatively young company by industry standards, NAPE provides us with an invaluable opportunity to expand upon our reputation within the industry,” expressed Landon Arnold, Vice President of TAP Management.
“The relationships we form at NAPE have the potential to strengthen the industry and provide new prospect ideas to companies such as ours.”
About TAP Management:
TAP Management, headquartered in Austin, TX, has contributed to the increase of oil and gas production in the South Texas, Gulf Coast, Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent regions. TAP Management reviews oil and gas prospects in fields that meet the criteria of the company.
By utilizing 3D seismic technology, forced pooling methods and purchasing existing production, TAP Management has developed a successful portfolio of producing assets throughout these regions. The company is dedicated to decreasing our nation’s dependence on foreign oil and gas, and improving the quality of life for Americans.
SOURCE TAP Management, Inc.