This year there are hundreds of small and large oil conferences all over the world. With the year getting through its second quarter, we’re looking at the best options you have for getting out there and networking in your industry.
Esri Petroleum GIS Conference
May 15-16 in Huston, Texas
Another Texas-based conference soon will settle you right into the petroleum, gas, and pipeline GIS user community. According to the event organizers, “Last year, 1,240 attended the Esri Petroleum GIS Conference. 91% of users said it was valuable, 90% fulfilled their reason for attending, and 83% learned something new.” You should expect to learn about GIS best practices, network, hear about new trends, and get your questions answered in person.
Production Chemical Optimization
June 25 – June 27, 2019 Houston, Texas
If you are interested in best practice case studies & healthy discussions led by E&P operators and chemical giants, then plan to attend the most awaited fifth Annual Production Chemicals Optimization 2019 event. The current year’s completely stacked agenda is made to reflect the industry’s most pressing issues, and features solution-driven case studies and discussions guaranteed to exceed the industry’s expectations.
Conference & Exhibition DUG East
June 18 – June 20, 2019 Pittsburgh, PA
If tight-oil, natural gas and NGLs from shales matter to you and your business, then you cannot afford to miss the actionable intelligence available at DUG. Come see for yourself why DUG™ series conferences are the largest unconventional resources events in the world.
Data-Driven Drilling & Production Conference
June 11-12 in Houston, Texas
This is called the “industry’s most forward-thinking upstream” event with the “greatest minds in one room” by many. When attending, you will be able to learn about digitalization in oil and gas. You should expect more than 750 attendees including about 40% are operators, 50 expert speakers, and over 50 exhibitors.
US Fuels Markets & Refining Strategy Conference
July 10th – 11th in Houston, Texas USA
According to coordinators, “senior executives and experts from the refining industry, policy makers, consultants, technology innovators and leading market analysts to discuss the latest challenges and developments within the industry.” It’s a two-day event with industry news and insight.