The Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference, presented by the University of Oklahoma Outreach, is extremely important for all professionals in the gas processing, conditioning, and sweetening industries. Since 1951, this conference has gained a worldwide reputation as the leading forum for new ideas, operations, and developments for the preparation and purification of natural gasses and other important fuels.
The conference will run from Sunday, February 22 to Wednesday, February 25 at the National Center for Employee Development (NCED) Conference Center and Hotel in Norman, OK (http://cc.nced.com/). The NCED provides a self-contained conference center and hotel that eliminates the hassle of driving to a conference center every day or the need for a rental car. Attendees can also make arrangements to take an NCED shuttle from the Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport to the conference center. More information including directions and lodging details can be found on the conference website.
At the conference, attendees will learn important information about technological advances, theoretical breakthroughs, case studies and current research through presentations and other materials. Past topics have included things such as CO2 removal, operations and recovery improvements, NGL production as it relates to gas conditioning, sulfur degassing processes, dehydration and a wide variety of other subjects.
The Laurance Reid Gas Conditioning Conference is led by an advisory committee of current industry experts and academic heads. During the four-day event, there will be many presenters and reports on topics important to the industry today, with oversight by the advisory committee.
Registration is $550, which includes a flash drive containing all conference materials from 1988 to 2015, as well as a bound copy of the 2015 LRGCC proceedings. Attendance for the event qualifies for 2.0 continuing education credits (CEUs). Online registration is available.