Global Petroleum Show (GPS) has released the programs for its Strategic and Technical conferences.
GPS is expected to draw more than 50,000 international and domestic oil and gas executives when it takes place in Calgary, Canada on 11–13 June 2019.
During the GPS Strategic Conference, thought leaders from the global oil and gas value chain will unite with the finance community and policymakers to address the most critical issues affecting the industry today.
This includes rethinking how and where operations take place, embracing change and putting strategies and policy in place to navigate new industry dynamics.
Speakers will include entrepreneur and philanthropist Brett Wilson, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business President and CEO JP Gladu, Canadian Natural Resources Vice President Technology and Innovation Joy Romero and Schlumberger Canada President Céline Gerson
The GPS Technical Conference will gather global technical energy professionals – including key international companies, technical and project influencers from Middle Eastern, American, European and African markets – to discuss the latest technologies, processes and innovations in the market.
Speakers will include Deloitte Canada Director Marc Smith, Cenovus Energy Reservoir Engineer Lukemon Adetunji, Halliburton Manager Canadian Reservoir Studies Team Robert Taylor and Shell Lubricants Technical Advisor Scott Kwas.
A CA$100 (US$76) early bird discount is available on Strategic Conference and Technical Conference registrations, discounted to CA$695 (US$523), if they are purchased by 30 April 2019.
Click here to register.
For more information visit the GPS website.
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