GasPro North America

September 16 - September 17 2014, Hyatt Regency Houston, Houston, USA

Join us for the Inaugural GasPro North America 

Gulf Publishing Company is pleased to announce the inaugural GasPro North America will be held in Houston, Texas September 16-17, 2014. GasPro will cover natural gas technologies and markets on a global scale, and will be the first event of its kind to be held annually in the United States. The two-day technology conference will focus on exploring the latest trends, opportunities and challenges in natural gas. All segments of the gas processing industry will be discussed from upstream to downstream, with a special emphasis on the midstream.

Who Should Attend?
Those who are involved in natural gas gathering, compression, treating, processing, storage and marketing, as well as those involved in natural gas liquids fractionation, transportation and storage and marketing. Individuals involved in the following roles will benefit by attending: Chief executive officers, chief operating officers, chief technology officers, presidents, vice presidents, senior vice presidents, managing directors, managers, directors, executive directors, country managers, regional managers, project managers, heads, chief engineers and technical directors.

GasPro is your chance to connect face-to-face with top operators and technology leaders from across the global gas processing industry. The 2014 conference program will be put together by an esteemed advisory board, and will cover topics such as gas supply, procurement, purchasing, transportation, trading, distribution, operations, safety and the environment, regulatory affairs, technology development, business analysis and more.

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