Global Petroleum Show Ready to Explore Future of Energy Sector
Annual energy event set to welcome industry professionals looking to examine the evolving energy landscape
Global Petroleum Show (GPS) will kick-off in Calgary, Alberta from Tuesday, June 7 to Thursday, June 9 at Stampede Park. The annual event will welcome industry professionals from across the globe to discuss timely and relevant topics as they relate to the oil and gas industry. As the industry continues to respond to both the current economic climate and the ongoing challenges in the Fort McMurray region, the Show and its impact on the oil and gas industry are more important than ever.
This year, GPS will prioritize its focus, offering attendees the opportunity to collaborate, connect and discuss industry trends in this unstable and ever-changing market. Examining the theme, “Explore and Develop”, the Show is anticipated to welcome more than 50,000 attendees from 20,000 companies, spanning more than 85 countries who are looking for innovation to drive down operating costs and stimulate drilling activity.
GPS will also offer executives, engineers and industry leaders the opportunity to connect with clients, suppliers and potential customers from across the globe. Attendees are provided a forum to discuss industry trends and collaborate on solution-oriented thought processes so they can take steps towards upgrading services, improving efficiency during times of downsizing, and repositioning business strategies to mirror the industry.
Early bird registration is now open. Those who register before May 31, 2016 will receive a free, three-day exhibition pass. Advanced registration is open from June 1 – 6 for $75; standard registration is open as of June 7 for $125.
For more information or to register for GPS 2016, please visit: http://globalpetroleumshow.com/register/
New Sector Focused Zones and Daily Features:
Fracking Innovation Zone – This area will offer a unique opportunity to view solutions to fracking needs. The Fracking Innovation Zone will feature fracturing fluid blenders, high-horsepower fracturing pumpers, chemical additive units, iron truck and trailers, high pressure lines, pumping units and much more from a variety of companies.
Global Logistics Zone – The Global Logistics Zone will host leading businesses involved in the transportation and logistics areas of oil and gas. The Global Logistics Zone will bring together companies offering advanced capabilities, lower costs and ubiquitous access through various offerings including containerization, storage, insurance, mileage tracking and much more.
Clean Technology Forum – This brand new forum will bring together renewables industry leaders focused on solar, wind and geothermal heat to explore what the future holds for the clean and renewable energy industry, including carbon capture.
Digital Oilfield Experience – As part of the Digital Oilfield Experience, attendees can expect to see companies focused on drone technology, data collection, mobile devices, software and much more. This unique experience will help companies combine business process management with advanced information technology and engineering expertise to streamline and, in many cases, automate the execution of tasks performed by cross-functional teams.
Career Development Zone – In partnership with the Calgary Economic Development, the Career Development Zone will educate, support and inspire industry professionals with a series of career-focused seminars led by industry experts. These sessions will focus on developing better skills, techniques, and tactics involved in securing a new job role.
Low Carbon Innovation Forum – The Low Carbon Innovation Forum will share the excitement of business owners, technology developers, funders, innovators and other experts as they talk about advances in innovation and technology development in the field of carbon management and clean tech.
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