BTL Liners has an exciting oil and gas field services, energy, mining, and geotechnical industry trade show season coming up, where we will showcase our proprietary BTL and PPL liners, including our new ArmorKote coated products. BTL Liners manufactures pit and pad liners in the energy and mining sectors, liners for above-ground frac tank storage, our new Polar Cap Insulated Floating Covers, as well as more traditional products such as pond liners.
Both Michael Baron (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jared Santoro (email@example.com) will be in attendance at each of these conferences, and as always, we will be conducting a drawing at our booth that features fine gifts from the state of Oregon! We look forward to developing new business relationships at each of these exciting events!
www.geosynthetics2013.com, April 1–4, Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center in Long Beach, CA, Booth #405
The theme for the Geosynthetics 2013 conference is “Geosynthetics for Water & Energy Challenges.” We’ll be looking at major new developments in geosynthetics technology in energy/shale gas fracking, emerging issues in mining containment, and other topics regarding geosynthetics in a wide range of applications, from landfills to ponds.
www.wbpc.ca, April 30–May 2, Evraz Place–Credit Union Eventplex in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada, Booth #tbd
The theme for the 21st Williston Basin Petroleum Conference is “New Energy Horizons” and covers opportunities in the Williston Basin and beyond.
www.dugbakken.com, May 29–31, Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO, Booth #tbd
The DUG Bakken and Niobrara conference focuses on the Bakken, the emerging Niobrara and plays throughout the region.
www.dugeagleford.com, September 17–19, Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX, Booth #tbd
The DUG Eagle Ford conference focuses on the Eagle Ford and emerging South Texas plays.
www.dugeast.com, November 13–15, David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA, Booth #tbd
The DUG East conference focuses on the Utica Shale and the Marcellus play.