POC Focuses on Industry Challenges, Opportunities Ahead

July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7

If the attendance and tone of the speakers at the 13th annual Pipeline Opportunities Conference, held March 21, are any indication of what awaits the energy business, things are continuing to look up. Almost 400 participants filled the Omni Houston Hotel in the city’s Galleria District to hear a range of experts discuss not only the challenges the industry faces going forward, but perhaps more importantly, what sort of future awaits in the wake of the national election. “We were extremely pleased by the large turnout, especially considering all the economic challenges companies in the…

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