Industry Leaders Explore Pipeline Industry’s Resilience: More Opportunities More Challenges at Pipeline Opportunities Conference

The Pipeline Opportunities Conference (POC) 2017 is the premier event offering strategic pipeline industry insight. Presented by Pipeline & Gas Journal, in partnership with INGAA, AOPL, and SMU/Cox School of Business, the conference is on Tuesday, March 21 at the Omni Houston Hotel in the Galleria area. POC’s unique, one-day format is efficient and affordable for busy pipeline industry decision makers, and features multiple networking sessions.

The theme of the event, More Opportunities; More Challenges, is appropriate given where the oil & gas pipeline industry finds itself in Q1 2017. Through presentations and discussions, relevant issues will be explored, including post-election assessment, hottest producing regions (Marcellus; Permian) and infrastructure opposition.

An impressive lineup of ten speakers is already confirmed, including executives from Enbridge, Kinder Morgan, INGAA, PG&E, and WILLBROS. The program will examine industry issues from various perspectives including construction, operations, maintenance, and inspection. Participant demographics include pipeline operators, construction contractors, as well as key product/equipment/service providers.

As an indication that market conditions are recovering, POC 2017 is already enjoying support and participation metrics that outstrip 2016 results. Sixteen leading pipeline industry companies are sponsoring/exhibiting, with many recurring, along with several new participants. A limited number of sponsor opportunities remain.

Register now for early registration discounts and to secure your seat. Discounts are also offered for multiple attendees from the same company.

More information is available at For program/speaking opportunities, contact Jeff Share, Editor, Pipeline & Gas Journal or 281-558-6930 x 218. For sponsorship/registration, contact Karen Francis, Convention Director or 281-558-6930 x 222.

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