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  • GO-EXPO and CIPC spotlight latest in upstream technology


    L. Raber

    With innovative features, a strong technical program, and the largest projected attendance to date, both the Gas and Oil Exposition (GO-EXPO) and the Canadian International Petroleum Conference (CIPC) will highlight the most cutting-edge technology available to solve upstream challenges. The two events will take place June 12-14, 2007, in Calgary. They will draw more than 20,000 attendees, 600 exhibiting companies, and 150 technical presentations and tutorials. GO-EXPO is a biennial event held in Stampede Park, which boasts workshops, seminars, networking opportunities and extensive exhibition space. CIPC, hosted by the Petroleum Society of Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), will move downtown to the TELUS Convention Centre. This year represents the Society’s 8th annual conference and 58th annual technical meeting. GO-EXPO and CIPC are only a short C-Train ride away from each other (Fig. 1), and visitors are encouraged to take advantage of both.

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