There’s a new technological kid on the block, literally. But what does it mean for the energy industry? Keep reading for a preview of some of the invaluable information that will be discussed at this year’s Global Petroleum Show.
As note by, Natural Resources of Canada
Listening to the Indigenous voice by the global resource community has become an increasingly more important trend throughout the world. And again, this important topic will be centre stage at the 2017 Global Petroleum Show (GPS) being held in Calgary, Canada this coming June.
Global Petroleum Show Awards celebrate and recognize the leaders who drive change and evolution in the industry through technology, corporate responsibility and excellence. In 2017, the awards program received submissions from companies operating in Brazil, Canada, China, Malaysia, Nigeria, Russia, United Kingdom, USA, and Venezuela. Please join us in applauding those who submitted for the 2017 Global Petroleum Show Awards!
Canada has always been a leader in doing business internationally in different energy markets. So, it’s no surprise to learn that more companies are seeking out information on expanding into new and challenging foreign areas.
The oil and gas industry is facing one of its greatest challenges as the world moves to a low carbon economy and more people are now wanting to know everything about it.
The Global Petroleum Show addressed this growing trend last year with its first Low Carbon Innovation Forum and it was a big hit. Organizers believe the forum will garner even more interest this year.