Organizers of the second annual Security in Energy conference, to be held in Abu Dhabi in November, say that oil and gas has been exposed as a prime target for cyber criminals after the industry was singled out during international ransomware attacks.
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.
International Pipeline Exposition (IPE) will welcome more than 6,500 registered attendees to the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre from Tuesday, September 27 to Thursday, September 29, 2016 for one of the world's most important pipeline industry events. The biennial show features over 2,000 unique companies coming together from 50 countries.
Through the week of September 6 to 9, top executives, government officials and leading technical experts gathered in Calgary Stampede Park for the 8th World Heavy Oil Congress, to discuss the future of the industry as it continues to navigate through a low-price environment.
dmg::events (Canada) inc. will launch PetroChem Canada 2016, November 1 and 2, 2016 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.
Due to the overwhelming effects the wildfires have had in northern Alberta, in particular, the Municipality of Wood Buffalo and City of Fort McMurray, dmg :: events and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo have announced the 2016 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference will not take place as planned in 2017 and is now rescheduled for September 12-13, 2017.
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.