Global Unconventional Gas 2010: Unlocking Your Potential is the world’s premier international conference and workshop designed to transfer knowledge and best practices gained in active unconventional gas plays to the rest of the world. Energy professionals and stakeholders will hear from the top U.S. and international experts about the enormous potential of gas shale and other unconventional gas resources across the globe and learn about the latest issues, approaches, processes and techniques key to unlocking the resources in their own countries. The conference will be held June 15-17 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
GTI is pleased to announce that Aubrey K. McClendon, Chairman & CEO, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, will be speaking on the topic of enabling unconventional resource development and Dr. Abdul Rahim Hashim, President, IGU will address The International Gas Union perspective of a unified industry voice. Day One offers a broad perspective of the potential for unconventional gas in a sustainable global energy mix and the issues associated with resource development. Day Two is focused on five technical sessions that will deliver state of the art insights into unconventional gas resource development around the world, reviewing current and developing technology with a focus on gas shales. You can view the complete agenda by clicking here.
The Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel will host the group, with the conference sessions being held in the unique 17th century Koepelkerk, connected to the hotel. Hundreds of gas professionals from around the world are expected to attend. The conference will include several networking opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with others active in the unconventional gas area.
Registration is now open, with early discounts: $1495 if you register and pay by February 15; $1795 by April 15; and $1995 after April 15 and at the conference.
Make plans now to join the conference. View the conference website at www.gastechnology.org/gug2010 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.