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The Pipeline Technology Forum Call for Papers is Open

Posted: March 26, 2019

GITA & Gulf Energy Information's Pipeline Technology Forum is scheduled for Oct. 2-3 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.

Please consider submitting a paper on any number of pipeline related topics. Be a part of the forum that includes the 28th Annual GITA Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference.

  • Conference Details are here
  • The Call for Papers Submittal is here
  • We are looking forward to seeing you this fall in Houston!

Don't Miss These 14 Presentations & 18 Presenters at EnerGIS 2019

APRIL 25-26

  • Locating Legacy Oil and Gas Wells with a UAV-based Atomic Magnetometer: Erich V.   Zorn, DiGioia Gray & Associates
  • Leveraging the ArcGIS Suite to Redesign Field Assessments: Adam Mulherin & Brian Legge, EN Engineering    
  • Pavement Recognition in Houston: Machine Learning and Image Recognition Application: Paul Hoemke, Argis Solutions
  • LiDAR and Aerial Imagery As an Accurate, Fast and Cost-Effective Solution to Vegetation Management: Jason Nyberg, McKim & Creed
  • Predictive Landslide & APR Susceptibility Model to Assist with Well Pad / Pipeline Planning & Design: Thomas E Jordan, KEY Environmental
  • Too Much Data, Not Enough Answers (Machine Learning Data Management): David Petterson, EagleView
  • Mobile LiDAR - The 3D Reality of Roadway Management in the Natural Gas World: Tim Kinder, Stahl Sheaffer Engineering
  • Location Intelligence for Optimal Business Decisions in Oil and Gas: Mark Taetz, CoreLogic
  • Base Mapping, for autonomous vehicles and the infrastructure that drives them: John Sullivan, Continental Mapping 
  • Oil Well Pad Detection with Deep Learning Tools in ArcGIS Pro: Jason Bartley, ESRI
  • Holographic Visualizations: Real-Life Use Case for Oil and Gas: Alec Pestov, Meemim 
  • Visualizing Energy Market Data with HTML5 Interactive Flow Arrows: Dany Bouchard & Karl Spence, CartoVista, & Jeff Leto, EAI
  • Topobathy LiDAR Technology & Emerging Energy Applications: Mike Fuller, Quantum Spatial 
  • Remote Sensed Data and Processing Methodologies for 3D Virtual and Augmented Visualization Projects: Mark Yedlin & Matthew LaLuzerne, GPI (Greenman-Pedersen Inc)     

The EnerGIS committee, sponsors, and presenters are looking forward to another "high energy" and engaging GIS event! EnerGIS 2019 will be our 7th annual energy focused GIS conference! Seating is limited and we've sold out in past years! Don't be locked out!

EnerGIS Ticketing is now closed.
A limited amount of walk-in tickets will be available for purchase at the door.
Cash or check only $85.00

EnerGIS 2019

APRIL 25-26

The EnerGIS committee, sponsors, and presenters are looking forward to another "high energy"and engaging GIS event!

EnerGIS 2019 will be our 7th annual energy focused GIS conference!
Seating is limited and we've sold out in past years! 
Don't be locked out!


EnerGIS Ticketing is now closed. 
A limited amount of walk-in tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Cash or check only $85.00

Keep your GIS and Remote Sensing skills up to date with cutting edge talks on a variety of Geospatial and Energy related topics.

Keynotes kick off each day of the conference; hear the latest affecting the energy industry, and learn about the latest geospatial technologies!

As usual, we will wind down day one of the conference with our legendary EnerGIS social hour.

Highly efficient continuing education for only $85.  Better yet, join GITA at half off with our EnerGIS Value Ticket (EnerGIS Admission plus a GITA membership for $150)!

Engaging speakers, networking with your peers, top notch venue, legendary EnerGIS social hour! You can't get a better bargain anywhere!


Tips before you leave for CGAExpo19!

The CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo is the premiere international event dedicated to providing educational content and resources to help protect buried assets. The Conference, owned and produced by Infrastructure Resources, LLC, in partnership with Common Ground Alliance (CGA), is the largest event in the underground damage prevention industry, drawing nearly 1,700 participants and offering three days of education.

For more information visit or call 866-279-7755.


Register for Free GITA Webinar -- FEMA and GIS: The Role of Technology and Data in Disaster Management

Posted: March 8, 2018


Webinar Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Webinar Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

About: In 2017 the United States experienced some of the most significant disasters in its history in terms of their social and economic impact. FEMA is the key federal agency tasked with addressing disasters. In recent years they have made it a strategic priority to develop GIS data and cutting edge technologies that now enable them to more effectively support communities before, during and after disasters. In this webinar you will see demonstrations of the tools now available from FEMA and learn how they are being used around the nation.

Speaker: Chris Vaughan - Geospatial Information Officer
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Chris Vaughan serves as the FEMA Geospatial Information Officer where he champions and coordinates geospatial technologies across multiple response and recovery programs.  In order to meet strategic goals and priorities, Chris works effectively across federal, military, state, local, and tribal communities to promote geospatial programs, technology, and institutional structures and share best practices.

Mr. Vaughan has a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Lee University and is a graduate of American University’s Key Executive Leadership Certificate Program.


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