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22nd & 23rd October 2014 Houston – USA

2nd Global Oil & Gas Training and Simulation Forum

From our previous edition:

“Great time spent to meet latest technologies used for Operator Training, on both; the Control Room Operators with advance Operator Training Simulators and the Field Operators with Immersive Training Simulator”

Product Manager SIEMENS COMOS Walkinside

“Excellent event, Excellent organization, thanks for bringing such an important event to our region, looking forward to future editions!”
Training Supervisor, ZADCO, UAE

“Very informative Forum, good networking and learning opportunities, we will definitely be there again next year!”
Operations Instructor, ADNOC, UAE

“The Conference has been a unique opportunity to capture in 3 days the State of the Art of the Operator Training Systems (OTS) and Immersive Training Systems (ITS), and discuss among colleagues what is next to come in this industry.Thanks for this opportunity and we are sure we will be back next year.”
Inprocess-Managing Director

“Forum was excellent place to see how simulators used around the world”
Education Coordinator PL 4 – Neste Oil, Finland

“All aspects for the use of simulation in the Oil and Gas Industry were fully discussed and future possibilities were explored”
ROV Resource and Training Manager, Technip UK

“With simulations playing such a key role in the mining industry, this conference was an important milestone in the development of a community of mining focused learning professionals.”
Creative Director, Obvious Choice, Australia

Following a successful series of events in Nuclear Training and Simulation and the 1st Global Oil & Gas Training & Simulation Forum Abu Dhabi last 17-19 February 2014, NRG Events have now scheduled the 2nd Global Oil & Gas Training & Simulation Forum to take place in Houston on the 22nd & 23rd October 2014. The event will be an excellent platform for networking, benchmarking and exchanging business ideas and the latest developments in the Oil and Gas industry.

The 2nd Oil and Gas Training and Simulation Forum will address skills development requirements and effective training approaches that can apply to the full span of employees in today’s Oil and Gas Industry, from new workers to experienced, Design, Projects, Operation and Maintenance employees, HoD’s, and Mid-senior level management personnel.

The challenge for many End Users throughout Plant lifecycle is to manage the replacement of retiring employees to the new generation without disturbing Productivity and improve Plant reliability.The event will focus on the latest developments in Training and Simulation for entire Oil and Gas Process lifecycle; will cover upstream, midstream and downstream, business process simulations, HR/Training and Development.

Key Highlights of the Forum:

  • Number of workshops by some of the sponsors/service & solution providers.
  • Presentations from the NOC’s, IOC’s, universities and industry organizations.
  • Exhibitor stand by Vendors to showcase their services and solutions and some will present as well.

Looking forward to meeting you in Houston!!

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