Building on the success from last year, the event will be held at the QT Centre and the Hyatt Regency Hotel, raising the awareness of the states rich heritage in the energy industry and the growing infrastructure services.
In 2011 the event doubled in attendance over the previous year; this year the Tulsa Pipeline Expo hopes to be even bigger and better, with the aim to further improve the business climate in the state and energy industry in general.
A bit about the Expo
The Tulsa Pipeline Expo began in 2009 with a strong group of individuals and businesses dedicated to the mission of the event. With the outstanding support and extensive business network of many area businesses, the event continues to grow, highlighting the demand and excitement for keeping Oklahoma businesses thriving.Article continues below…
Tulsa Pipeline Expo Chairman Bill Solomon said “Our objectives are to educate the marketplace and complement regional initiatives to improve the Oklahoma business climate. We are promoting the technical innovations within the state and integrating a strong field of companies with proven track records.
“Oklahoma has the manufacturing, production, processing, services, and distribution resources to meet the needs of the energy and infrastructure markets. We have the capacity to market, transport, and access businesses and ports across the United States within days. The Expo provides the opportunity to meet many of these companies in one place.”
Benefits for all attendees
The Expo will help provide an effective resource for merging talented prospects with Oklahoma companies with its preferred ‘partner’ programme.
“We believe collaborating with organisations such as the Better Business Bureau and local Chambers will strengthen and broaden these opportunities,” Mr Solomon said.
The financial guidance programme will streamline access to guaranteed terms, loan amounts, working capital, fixed asset loans, and the educational co-operatives will collaborate local education and teaching facilities to complement the state and regional economic growth strategies.
Mr. Solomon said “We look forward to learning about the needs of Oklahoma businesses and creating solutions that will grow our great state.”
Decision makers of all levels will be attending Tulsa Pipeline Expo to view the latest in pipeline and other energy related products and services.
Make sure to stop by the Pipelines International booth and get the latest copy of Pipelines International and an ‘I heart pipelines’ sticker to show your support for the industry.