Capitalising Geospatial Capabilities Across the Middle East Energy and Utilities Sectors

The Middle East region with its unique geography, climate and economic growth offer challenges to Energy and Utilities Companies that are being increasingly addressed through the use of Spatial Technology. With an increase in population and infrastructure projects on a huge scale the demand for both power, oil and gas and water is expected to reach 290 million gallons of water and 80,000 megawatts of power per day by 2015

The terrain, climate, rapid economic and population growth over the coming years of the Middle East presents a unique set of challenges for Energy and Utilities Companies in the Middle East. GeoEnergy Middle East 2014 is a must attend event for these companies in the region who are looking to best leverage their Spatial capabilities to meet these unique challenges.

Better use of spatial data is one of the key areas of focus for many energy companies who are looking to:

• Meet increasing demand
• Meet Government legislation
• Increase productivity
• Meet Regulatory Commitments
• Reduce Operating Costs
• Meet climate challenges
• Cope with rapid urban growth
• Improve Facility Production
• Improve Safety
• Manage Assets
• Monitor and Maintain Pipelines
• Develop a GIS Strategy
• Improve Oil and Gas     Exploration
• Maximize Shareholder Values

Who should attend GeoEnergy Middle East 2014?

GeoEnergy Middle East 2014 is a community of leading experts from major Utility Network Operators and Oil and Gas Companies from across the Middle East;

• GIS Managers
• Data Managers
• Asset Managers
• Spatial Planners
• Network Managers
• Engineers
• Planners
• IT and technology experts
• Exploration Managers
• Geo-Physicists
• Surveyors
• Data Managers

With this outstanding speaker line-up, you can’t afford to miss this unique opportunity to join the region’s leading GIS experts from across the Industry. Don’t miss out on the best possible price and register now by clicking this link.

I look forward to meeting you this September in Dubai

Kind Regards

Jonathan Guest
Conference Director
Corinium Intelligence

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“GIS today is about so much more than mapping.  It is about providing in a geographic context all of the information needed by users to do a job or task when they need it, wherever they need it, and on whatever device they are using.  This information now can be delivered using tailored for purpose apps that are easy to create, quick to deploy and easy to use.  Attending GeoUtilities 2014 will give you a glimpse at the latest GIS technology that can help you transform your utility for the better”.

Tom Coolidge, Global Pipeline and Gas Utility Industry Manager,
ESRI