Shows & Events News
Caterpillar Oil and Gas is pleased to participate in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center, November 12 - 15. This year at ADIPEC will be the first time Caterpillar will jointly participate alongside five Cat dealers, , , , and . The Caterpillar exhibit will center around the theme of technology, as connecting with customers through products and services is a continued focus for the company. Caterpillar will showcase the latest technologies including services available through Cat Connect.
Global Petroleum Show (GPS), North American's leading energy event, will kick-off its 50th year next month in Calgary. From June 12-14, over 50,000 industry professionals, government officials, national and international energy companies, thought leaders and influencers from around the globe will gather at Stampede Park to share innovative technologies and engage in complex and controversial discussions with the potential to shape the future of the energy industry.
Oil Sands Trade Show and Conference (OSTS) is returning to Fort McMurray and will offer attendees expertise and insights from all aspects of the oil sands industry in one setting. This premier oil sands event takes place Tuesday, September 12 to Wednesday, September 13 at the Suncor Community Leisure Centre in Fort McMurray. OSTS will focus on promoting the latest industry technologies, maintenance, shutdowns/turnarounds, mining, upgrading, health and safety, and environmental strategies, and offer attendees access to many free-to-attend conference sessions.
Global Petroleum Show (GPS), an industry leading oil and gas exhibition, officially kicks-off its 49th year tomorrow in Calgary at Stampede Park. From June 13-15, this industry leading event will provide attendees with direct access to the entire supply chain, innovative technologies, products and services, and a massive number of educational seminars within the energy sector. The three-day event will bring together energy professionals, international delegates and exhibitors from 110 countries to strengthen business relationships, network, and do business with more than 1,000 exhibitors.
Representatives from all aspects of the petroleum industry, including geologists, engineers, senior oil company executives and service companies, are in Regina, Saskatchewan the first week of May for one of North America’s preeminent oil and gas trade shows and networking events.
ISA Calgary Section, in partnership with dmg :: events, the organizers of the Global Petroleum Show, brings together more than 5,000 registered ISA professionals and 200 exhibitors from 8 visiting countries for a two-day Expo and Conference on April 19-20, 2017 at Stampede Park. The show features innovative technology, educational program and networking events for a broad range of industry professionals.
Global Petroleum Show (GPS), the flagship energy gathering that calls Calgary home, will celebrate its 49th year this June as it seeks to engage and educate industry experts from around the world with regards to innovation and technology, energy sector issues and international business relations. In addition to more than 1,000 exhibiting companies, headlining this year's show will be the Low Carbon Innovation Forum, the Indigenous Conference on Energy and Mining, the Energy Dialogues, and the Country Markets Seminar Series.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver the keynote address at an annual international gathering of energy industry leaders in Houston, Texas, on March 9. During his address to the CERAWeek by IHS Markit gathering, the Prime Minister will discuss Canada's strategy of strongly linking economic and resource development with environmental leadership and renewable energy innovation.
Now entering its 49th year, the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) is pleased to invite industry experts from across the globe to experience the growing momentum of the oil and gas industry at one of the world's premier gatherings of the energy sector. GPS welcomes local and international delegates, exhibitors and industry professionals to participate in the thought leadership, innovation and solution-building that will arise from the three days of showcasing, networking and education set to take place this year from June 13-15 at Calgary's Stampede Park.
With production remaining consistent, and in some cases increasing across the Lower 48, a large proportion of expenditure involves investment in production chemicals.
The Global Petroleum Show (GPS) welcomed attendees from across the globe to the three-day trade show and conference, which took place from June 7-9 at Stampede Park. As a leading global energy congregation, GPS provided a platform for local and international delegates, exhibitors and industry professionals to connect and discuss the future of the energy industry. Through an expansive indoor and outdoor exhibition space and a plethora of brand-new features, the world's top decision makers were treated to more than 170 unique presentations and discussions with industry thought-leaders, and 17 exclusive networking events.
North America is experiencing a period of volatility in its domestic gas market. The slump in crude oil prices and the glut of natural gas supply from vast shale plays are clashing with demand fluctuations, a cautious economic upturn, and the prospect of new LNG export opportunities. Global commodity price volatility has been felt from the rich production zones of the Marcellus to the Asian manufacturing sector.