The 2015 GeoGathering Conference is officially set for Oct. 14-15 in Breckenridge, Colorado and those interested in speaking at the gathering and transmission conference need to submit abstracts by May 4.
The 2015 theme focuses on the use of GIS across the enterprise to improve communication and ensure safety and compliance. The GeoGathering conference provides a collaborative venue for pipeline gathering system and upstream operators to share their experiences and learn from others.
The conference steering committee is seeking abstracts on the following pipeline oil & gas topics:
• Asset Lifecycle Management
• GIS: At the Center of Pipeline Integrity
• Integrating GIS with Other Systems
• Applying Interstate Regulations Intrastate
• PHMSA Strategies & Reporting
• Extracting Value from PODS Data
• Maintaining Measurement Compliance
• Organizing GIS Data for Decision-Makers
• Regulatory Climate Change
The committee is seeking the knowledge and experience of pipeline operators who offer real-world examples and best practices in utilizing geospatially technology for integrity management. Deadline for submissions is May 4, 2015.
Comprising the the seven-person steering committee are Andy Morris, of DCP Midstream; Tom Coolidge, of Esri; Brett Kronick, of Chesapeake Energy; Chad Corcoran, of Tesoro; Poonam Samudrala, of Anadarko; Michael Ollom, of MarkWest Energy; and Stacey McBride, of New Century Software.
The GeoGathering conference is intended for senior management and project managers, integrity management specialists, GIS professionals, field operations coordinators, engineers and regulatory compliance personnel.
Conference registration details will be available in the coming weeks. For more information on the 2015 GeoGathering conference, visit geogathering.com. To submit an abstract, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Tags: Anadarko Petroleum Corp., Chesapeake Energy, GeoGathering, GIS, MarkWest, New Century Software