Aylesbury, July 4th 2012 – Esri UK is pleased to invite proposals for presentations and panel sessions for this year’s European Petroleum User Group Conference, 8th to 9th November at the Congress Centre, Great Russell Street, London WC1.
The two-day event, open to all who work with GIS in the petroleum and pipeline industries, brings together the European petroleum community to discover how the industry is gaining efficiency, lowering costs and addressing the key issues of the day. Fundamentally the event aims to share how delegates can walk away with ideas and tools proven to drive value from their respective GIS investments.
For guidance, this year’s suggested technology themes are:
• Web GIS and web mapping – utilising the Cloud
• Spatial data management
• Integration with GeoScience application hubs
• Geodesy and coordinate reference systems
Alternatively, this year’s suggested application themes:
• Exploration, development and production
• Asset and facility management
• HSE applications
• Environmental applications
• Risk management and planning
If you are interested in sharing your expertise and submitting a paper, send your outline thoughts to email@example.com; the deadline for submitting the completed call for papers is Friday 7th September 2012. For more information please click here.
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Esri UK has been providing GIS solutions for over 20 years to a wide range of markets including Central & Local Government, Utilities & Telecommunications, Defence & National Security, Education, Public Safety and Commercial. Customers include Scottish Power, Birmingham City Council, Defra, the Environment Agency, Metropolitan Police Service, Ministry of Defence, Ordnance Survey, RSA Group and The Crown Estate.