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The future of Shale Gas : What's the next trend?
Upcoming Live Seminar explain why the trend in Shale Gas was both predictable and necessary, and explains how to take advantages of future trends.
Energy and Title Expert Raymond Schmaus to Address Audience on Lessons Learned and How to Spot the Next Trend in Shale Gas
The event will take place on November 14th, 2012, at Crowne Plaza- Pittsburgh South, at 2PM and has been dubbed “Shale Boom Redux: Who What When Where and How”. The event gives an inside view on what happen with the first boom, and what’s in store for the next one.
“The decline was both predictable and necessary”, states Raymond Schmaus, “But that doesn’t mean there isn’t more to come. If you understand what to look for, and know the systems in place, trends in Marcellus start becoming more predictable. After 30 years in this field, markers begin to appear.”
Raymond Schmaus, both a University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon Graduate, has been involved in the Energy and Due Diligence field for over 30 years. After successfully completing hundreds of projects for Energy companies in Appalachia, Mr. Schmaus became a frequent lecturer at the Marcellus Shale Summit Series, and has recently joined the University of California of Pennsylvania as an adjunct Professor in Gas and Energy Due Diligence and Title work.
About Armstrong Search Associates
For over 30 years, Armstrong Search Associates has remained at the center of expert Title Searches, Due Diligence, Lease Acquisitions, and Trends in Energy. With a portfolio of many of the major producers in Marcellus and Utica Shale, Armstrong Search is firmly planted in the middle of the Shale Gas Boom. Operating in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, Armstrong Search is proud to remain in the Rust Belt, and looks towards Western PA as a region that is geared for growth.
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Event Website: https://www.calu.edu/
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