Discover ways geographic technology is used by oil, gas, and energy industries around the world to meet the energy challenges of a changing world at the Esri Petroleum User Group Conference in Houston, Texas.
The 2012 Esri Petroleum User Group (PUG) Conference sets the stage for advancing geographic systems in the energy industry. Here you will learn from experienced speakers, technology specialists, and GIS users who will show you ways to increase the business value of your exploration analysis, land use management, well potential, facility siting, and business operations programs.
This unique annual forum gives you an opportunity to gain a more competitive edge in your industry. The conference features valuable sessions and activities that foster problem solving and advancing GIS-driven results in your business.
Why is this conference different from every other?
• Come away with ideas and tools proven to widen the scope of your GIS investment.
• Collaborate with your colleagues including those who work in IT, exploration, production, pipeline, downstream, and HSE domains.
• See how your peers are gaining efficiency, lowering costs, and addressing today’s trends.
• Stay updated on the hottest topics, latest technology, and solutions to problems, from ArcGIS 10.1 and enterprise GIS to web portals and iFields.
• Access Esri staff and business partners.
1001 Avenida de las Americas, .
Houston, TX 77010
However you work with GIS in the petroleum and pipeline industries, this conference is for you. The agenda is geared toward all levels of GIS experience and types of positions including
• Senior management
• Program and project managers
• Technical and development teams
• Consultants and data providers
• Health, safety, security, and environment professionals
Geography connects our many cultures and societies and influences our way of life. Esri is built on the philosophy that a geographic approach to problem solving ensures better communication and collaboration.
Geographic information system (GIS) technology leverages this geographic insight to address social, economic, business, and environmental concerns at local, regional, national, and global scales.