UpTech and MidTech Oil & Gas Summits Partner with University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business Executive Education in search of solutions
The UpTech and MidTech oil and gas summits have announced a partnership with the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business Executive Education to provide a series of world-class educational sessions at this year’s conference.
“Through their research, collaboration and years of delivering leading-edge programming, the Haskayne School of Business brings a global perspective to the energy industry as it moves through one of its most challenging phases,” says Oliver Thomas, Conference Director of the UpTech and MidTech Oil & Gas Summits. “This new partnership has the potential to generate significant impact and breakthroughs at this year’s conference.”
UpTech and MidTech cater to experienced professionals and technical experts from junior, intermediate and large cap oil and gas producing and midstream companies. The summit delivers a unique mix of strategic presentations, panels, technology-focused case studies, networking and one-one-one targeted research meetings with leading technology and solution providers.
“We are committed to the growth and prosperity of our business community,” says Hugh Evans, Director of Executive Education at Haskayne School of Business. “Our role in Calgary is to be proactive in supporting and enabling leaders to raise their game. We do this through delivering cutting-edge, timely and relevant executive development experiences that bring global thinking to our local context. We are excited about providing our input to the dialogue on how to optimize oil and gas operations.”
The UpTech and MidTech Oil & Gas Summits take place on October 2 – 4, 2016 at The Fairmont Banff Springs hotel. The event is FREE to attend if you are a senior level representative or technical expert from an oil and gas producing or midstream company. For more information, or to register, visit www.uptechbanff.com or www.midtechbanff.com.
“We’re always looking to bring in exceptional speakers in order to take the educational side of the summit to the next level,” says Thomas. “Our partnership with the Executive Education at the Haskayne School of Business will offer attendees something different this year and will give people a taste of the quality of executive development provided right here in Calgary.”