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Transportation Logistics for the Oil & Gas Industry | June 5-6, 2012

You are invited to the only event bringing together the Oil & Gas industry with railroads, trucking and barge operators to address the logistical bottlenecks of getting materials in and products out of areas experiencing a major shale boom.

Your discount code is ACMR and is valid for 10% off the current rate which you can share or transfer as a gift.

Many oil and gas companies are putting themselves in a much better position competitively by working closely with the trucking, barging and railroad industries, which in turn are increasingly providing solutions to get products moving early at the development stage of many emerging resource plays across North America. Only those market players with the most up-to-date information and strategies will be able to take full advantage of the myriad of business opportunities associated with transportation in the current oil and gas drilling boom. Smart trucking and railing companies see the synergies and are capitalizing on them – and so are the leading-edge E&P and midstream companies, in order to maximize production while cutting costs.To ensure you stay ahead of the curve and gain a first-mover position, attend Infocast’sTransportation Logistics for the Oil and Gas Industry. This unique, cutting-edge event will bring together the key stakeholders who can enable the necessary expansion of “pipelines on wheels”.

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