1 Jan, 2013

Come see us at these conventions in 2013.

KATY, Texas, USA (1 January, 2013)—PetroSkills will be attending the following conferences in 2013. As always, these events give us a wonderful opportunity way to speak with industry professionals, hear feedback, discuss solutions, network, and identify the best ways to work together to improve competency for you and your organization.

 

Convention

City, Country

Dates

SPE/IADC - Drilling Conference & Exposition

Amsterdam,
Netherlands

5 - 7 March

MEOS - Middle East Oil & Gas Show & Conference

Manama, Bahrain

10 - 12 March

PGCE - Petroleum Geoscience Conference
& Exposition

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

18 - 19 March

SPE POS - Production & Operation
Symposium

Oklahoma City, USA

23 -26 March

IPTC - International Petroleum Technology Conference

Beijing, China

26 -28 March

GetEnergy VTEC - Vocational & Technical Training Conference

Calgary, Canada

26 - 28 March

GPA - Gas Processor's Association
Convention

San Antonio, USA

7 - 10 April

LNG 17 - Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas

Houston, USA

16 - 19 April

AAPG - Annual Convention & Exhibition

Pittsburgh, USA

19 -22 May

AAPEA - Conference & Exhibition

Brisbane, Australia

26 - 29 May

GetEnergy - Education & Training Event

London, UK

3 - 5 June

Global Procurement and Supply Chain
Mgmt for O&G

Houston, USA

3 - 5 June

European Gas Production Forum
& Exhibition

Dusseldorf, Germany

4 - 6 June

EAGE - Conference & Exhibition

London, UK

10 - 13 June

Gas & Oil Expo - North America

Calgary, Canada

11 - 13 June

SPWLA 54th Annual Symposium

New Orleans, USA

22 - 26 June

URTEC - Unconventional Resources Technology Conference

Denver, USA

12 - 14 August

SPE Annual Technical Conference
& Exhibition

New Orleans, USA

30 September - 2 October

Pump/Turbomachinery User Symposia

Houston, USA

30 September - 3 October

APOGCE - Asia Pacaific Oil & Gas
Conference & Exhibition

Jakarta, Indonesia

22 - 24 October

 

About PetroSkills

The PetroSkills Alliance was created in 2001 by BP, Shell and OGCI to provide “important but not unique” high-quality, competency-based training. Through its membership PetroSkills has successfully evolved into an industry-driven, industry-approved program that spans the value chain. PetroSkills continues to grow as additional organizations join the PetroSkills Alliance at various levels.

With more than 280 instructors, PetroSkills delivers more than 2,000 public and in-house course sessions annually, in more than 45 different cities worldwide. PetroSkills' mission is to build competent petroleum professionals by delivering learning and development when, where and how it is needed – and now through multiple delivery models.

For more information about PetroSkills, go to www.PetroSkills.com.

Contact:

PetroSkills
Chris McCullough, +1-405-321-1383

VP, Marketing
chris.mccullough@petroskills.com