Bluetick will be presenting at The Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course (AGMSC) at Robert Morris University in Moon Township, PA from July 30th through August 2nd. This annual conference provides an opportunity for professionals in the natural gas industry and government to add to their knowledge and share their experience, of gas measurement and pressure regulation. In doing so, attendees are well equipped to improve field safety and operations, such that the public is better served.
Whether you’re just getting started in the natural gas industry or have decades of experience, the AGMSC has something for all knowledge levels and attending one of the event’s lectures or classes will surely add to your measurement and regulation expertise. Bluetick will be presenting at Booth 602 and is looking forward to meeting technicians, engineers, supervisors, field support workers, government regulators, accountants, marketers, vendors and many others from the natural gas industry. We’re confident that our products can improve your natural gas operations and are excited to share our knowledge with you.
Started in 1938 at West Virginia University in Morgantown, PA, the AGMSC’s initial purpose was to provide individuals in the natural gas industry with the knowledge to improve their measurement and pressure regulation skills. The impetus behind the additional training was to upgrade the repair, testing and operation of gas measurement equipment as well as the quality of service being provided by industry professionals. The first short course drew 300+ attendees and more recently, in 2015, the Short Course attracted 1,600+ attendees with 245 exhibit tables (and various outdoor exhibits), and 175 different lecture and classes. The event is growing and a great networking opportunity.
So, who should attend AGMSC?
The knowledge shared at the Short Course is applicable to many roles in the natural gas industry. Below are some suggestions:
- Natural Gas Professionals
- This category includes, but is not limited to: field technicians, department managers, trainees, experienced gas engineers, chart processors, accountants, and more.
- Industrial Natural Gas Users
- This category encompasses all professionals who use natural gas for process use or heating, such as: plant engineers, fuel engineers, energy management people.
- Government personnel from the federal state or local level who are involved in regulatory activities related to gas measurement and/or pressure control.
- Educational professionals whose focus includes the measurement or pressure control of natural gas.
We hope to see you in Pennsylvania for this fun, and educational, event. If you’ve already got it on your calendar, make sure to stop by Booth 602 and meet our team.