Wednesday, March 02, 2011

GITA GIS for Oil and Gas Conference

Looking to attend an emerging and cutting edge geospatial oil and gas event? Join us for one of the leading geospatial conferences in the industry - GITA's GIS for Oil and Gas Conference. Decision makers from oil, gas and pipeline are looking for new ideas and technological solutions from your company!

The conference features in-depth seminars, technical paper presentations, discussion forums, panel deliberations, and several networking events. A product and service exhibition will showcase companies with offerings that target the unique needs of the energy industry. Attendees will gain valuable insight into the potential of GIS as a tool providing instant access to information, increased efficiency, and improved decision-making abilities.

Sharing Experiences and Expertise

Oil and gas company representatives and GIS experts will share their knowledge and experience in implementing GIS-related technology. The conference is one-of-a-kind—devoted exclusively to applications and technologies for the following upstream/downstream oil and gas segments:

-Exploration and Production
-Gathering Systems
-Public Awareness
-Environmental Systems
-Local Distribution Companies

GISCI Certification (GISP Credits)
GISCI Certification takes into account your education, professional experience and contributions to the profession. Attending the GIS for Oil & Gas Conference provides several ways to earn necessary points in the contributions and education components section to become a GISP. GITA’s geospatial industry network also connects individuals to companies, organizations, and educational institutions that provide the education and experience points needed. In addition, GITA half-day seminars offer continuing education units (CEUs), which can be used toward fulfilling your education points to become a GISP.

Conference Details:

What: GIS for Oil & Gas Conference
Date: October 24 - 27, 2011
Where: Marriott Westchase Hotel, 2900 Briarpark Dr., Houston, Texas

Registration here.


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