GITA – GIS for Oil, Gas & Mining Seminar

By on 8 February, 2012

An operator’s perspective on the importance of geospatial education for the OGM industry.

WHEN: 2012-02-21 to 2012-02-21
WHERE: Parmelia Hilton, Perth

An operator's perspective on the importance of geospatial education for the OGM industry.

David Nemeth, a North American pipeline executive, describes the personal and professional benefits to himself and his company realised over the years, through an unbiased forum for geospatial and gas industry education.

Special focus will be proovided on current high-level critical issues that companies like Panhandle Energy are concerned about, incluing new technology develpments, regulatory requiremens and reporting, geospatial data accuracy, and asset and integrity management, among others.

The speaker, also a past president of GITA North America, will explain how operators can benefit from education by keeping current and establishing useful professional networks to help solve problems, and why cross-industry interaction is so important.

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