Registrations open for GPS

Registrations are available for the Global Petroleum Show (GPS), taking place in Calgary, Canada on 11–13 June 2019.

GPS is one of the most significant energy expositions and conferences in North America, attracting more than 50,000 international and domestic oil and gas executives from approximately 21,000 companies.

The conference’s attendees include officials from government, national and international energy companies across the entire supply chain, who convene to share innovative technologies, conduct business and engage in complex and controversial discussions aimed to shape the future of the energy industry.

Next year, GPS will feature some exciting updates, including a new technical conference with more than 600 delegates, the launch of three-day strategic conference, an improved exhibition floor and the involvement of the Executive Industry Governing body, which comprises key industry professionals from IHS Markit, Devon Energy, Chevron, Microsoft, Halliburton, Cenovus and more.

In 2019, there will also be expanded networking opportunities during the GPS Awards Gala, country market presentation series, heavy oil theatre and the GPS Celebrates event.

Registrations

Those who register now will benefit from early bird conference and event pricing as well as free entry to the exposition.

The first 100 individuals to register will be upgraded to a ‘Visitor Plus’ pass that offers fast-track lines, badge mailing, access to the International Business Lounge and a 10 per cent discount when purchasing add-on items.

Individuals registered by 1 January 2019 will be entered into the draw to win a ‘GPS Super Pass’ that includes three day passes for the technical, strategic and Canadian Global Exploration Forum conferences, opening plenary, access to Global Market Seminar Series and a ticket to GPS Awards Gala and other networking events, valued at CA$1,495 (US$1,107).

Click here to register.

For more information visit the GPS website.

If you have an event you would like featured in Pipelines International contact Assistant Editor Chloe Jenkins to discuss promotional opportunities at cjenkins@gs-press.com.au

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