2022 Natural Gas Odorization Conference & Exhibition

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The Natural Gas Odorization Conference and Exhibition is August 30-31 at Houston’s Hyatt Regency Houston West. Stop by booth #14 and meet members of Linc Energy Systems and GPL Odorizers to learn what’s new in advanced natural gas odorant injection and odorization.

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Natural Gas Odorization Conference and Exhibition

Natural Gas Odorization Conference & Exhibition

Register before July 29 to receive a $50 discount. Here’s the skinny:

Who: Anyone involved in natural gas odorization

  • Natural gas distribution companies
  • Public utility companies
  • Suppliers of odorant systems and services
  • Government regulators
  • Gas piping fabricators and repair personnel

What: Natural Gas Odorization Conference and Exhibition

When: August 30-31, 2022

Where:

HYATT REGENCY HOUSTON WEST

13210 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079

Tel. (281) 558-8338

Why: Exchange ideas and information with industry peers. The Natural Gas Odorization Conference & Exhibition is the only US conference that focuses only on gas odorization. This conference covers all aspects of gas system odorization, from the fundamentals to new technologies, system monitoring and measurement, formulations, case studies, practical application, troubleshooting, regulatory compliance, and legal.

How:
Register through https://www.clarion.org

Visit GPL Odorizers and Linc Energy Systems at booth #14

Linc Energy Systems is the largest distributor and service provider for GPL Odorizers. GPL designs and manufactures odorant injection systems to safely odorize natural gas, propane, biomethane (renewable natural gas), and biogas. Stop by booth #14 to learn what’s new in advanced natural gas odorant injection and odorization.

Attending the conference on behalf of Linc Energy Systems and GPL Odorizers are Russ Isaac, Jeff Cox, Garrett Cox, Lucas Cox, and Jake Martinez.

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