Women's Global Leadership Conference in Energy

October 27 - October 28 2015, Hyatt Regency Houston, Houston, Texas, USA


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Gulf Publishing Company’s 12th Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy (WGLC) takes place October 27-28 in Houston, Texas.

As one of the largest women’s events in the industry, and the only one that focuses on discussing key environmental, economic and professional development issues in oil and gas, this is the perfect forum to network with your peers and exchange valuable ideas and experiences. Targeted specifically to matters of female leadership, WGLC strives to provide meaningful discussion on all aspects of responsible stewardship ranging from energy security and geopolitics to personal career development. We hope you'll join us at WGLC 2015 and discover how you can further develop your career in the oil and gas industry.

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Information about the event or participating as a speaker:
To suggest a speaker for consideration: Please submit speaker suggestions by sending a bio and a few paragraphs pertaining to the person's expertise on a given subject outlined in the conference agenda. There are no exact deadlines for speaker submissions. You will be contacted directly if the person you submit for consideration seems a good fit by the director of events and the conference advisory board. Please e-mail suggestions to Melissa Smith, Events Director, at Melissa.Smith@GulfPub.com.

Group Delegates, Sponsorship or Exhibit Opportunities, or to register offline:
Melissa Smith at +1 (713) 520-4475.

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