You made the New Years resolution to get out and do some networking, and with this uncertain start to the year for oil prices, it is more important than ever.
Here are some of the conferences and networking events to mingle with your oil and gas industry peers this month.
Jan 12-13: Platts Gas Storage Outlook
Come to Platts 13th Annual Gas Storage Outlook to engage with knowledgeable gas storage experts discussing LNG, gas-electric integration, and additional demand drivers. Learn how you can profit in an increasingly volatile gas storage landscape.
The Marcus Evans 5th Annual Process Safety Management for the Chemical, Petrochemical & Refining Industries Conference will provide delegates with elucidation on the ever-changing PSM standard that could fundamentally alter industry practices.
Join the first YPE Houston women’s networking happy hour of 2015 at Crisp in the Heights!
Jan 18: Chevron Houston Marathon
Of course, if you aren’t quite up for the marathon, you can volunteer with the SPE Gulf Coast Young Professionals to help out and network at the event.
Jan 27-29: Argus Americas Crude Summit
The global oil market has been presented with a paradigm shift. The price collapse will reshape the economics and logistics of the Americas crude markets as dramatically as they were reshaped by the shale revolution itself. Join over 400 market participants at the Argus Americas Crude Summit to gain market insight and position your business to survive and thrive in 2015 and beyond.
Speaker: Helen Currie, Ph.D., Senior Economist Chief Economist’s Office, Corporate Planning and Strategy, ConocoPhillips
Jan 29: Network after work Houston
Join Network After Work on Thursday January 29th at The Gaslamp (2400 Brazos St) from 6-9pm. Network After Work is America’s premier face-to-face business networking company with monthly mixer events in over 40 cities catering to nearly one million members.
There’s a small cover, but a drink and appetizers are included. They color code name tags by industry, which helps you seek out your oil and gas peers!
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