International Energy Conferences Provide High-Quality Platform for Suppliers and Buyers to Convene, Showcase Technology Solutions, and Meet Potential Partners

FARMINGTON, Conn., March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Unconventional production technology is helping nations like the U.S. make a rebound in the natural gas drilling landscape while domestic firms in other countries like China need to play catch-up in terms of acquiring the new technology. Meanwhile, Chinese nuclear reactor technology may start shipping as early as this year. According to Deutsche Bank AG, China may account for more than half of the nuclear capacity built between 2010 and 2020 worldwide. The best way to stay ahead of the industry – and the competition – is by meeting face-to-face with the top executives at the top companies that are driving the global energy markets.

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With offices in 6 countries and nearly 30 years of experience connecting professionals, Global Information, Inc (GII) is the single best resource for energy executives looking to stay connected to the industry. We offer streamlined registration and scheduling for events located across the globe, making it easy for an executive in Phoenix, Houston, or Tampa to find, schedule, and register for a conference in Beijing, Seoul, or Tokyo.

We are currently tracking registration for dozens of events, including many conferences pertaining to the energy sphere. Below are just a few upcoming critical industry events. Interested parties can contact us for more details or find a full list at our conference portal, at www.giiconference.com.

Asia Gas Congress 2013

May 9 – 10, 2013 | Beijing, China

Picturing the changing global gas landscape in uncertain times is a monumental challenge. The 9th Asia Gas congress, Asia-Pacific's premier gas conference for gas buyers and sellers, will reveal a better understanding of the gas industry dynamics in this fluctuating period of unpredictability.

Key issues to be discussed at this international conference include: blueprinting strategies to secure gas supply, exploring opportunities and challenges of emerging gas suppliers such as Australia and East Africa, building long-term contacts between gas suppliers and buyers, and addressing the challenges and obstacles hindering gas industry development.

Related pre-conference reading: "Unconventional Natural Gas Extraction: Technologies and Global Markets -- Focus on Asia" by BCC Research.

Full details and registration are available at our website.

China Nuclear Energy Congress 2013

May 15 – 17, 2013 | Beijing, China

As the world's most enthusiastic builder of nuclear plants, China accounts for more than 40 per cent of reactors under construction today, so its shift toward "third generation" will be significant for propelling the use of the new technology.

Having restarted its nuclear program after a year-and-a-half halt, China plans to build "only a few" new nuclear power plants between now and 2015. Regions like Beijing have stated that new nuclear projects need to adhere to "the highest safety standards in the world".

This international event will explore effective ways to understand China's 12th 5-year nuclear plan and discuss key issues including: the increasing quality of product to meet China's new requirement, building codes for material requirements and new project approvals, selecting state-of-the-art materials and technology for NPP construction, and addressing the key challenges and solutions associated with nuclear safety.

China Nuclear Energy Congress attendees will participate in workshops on the latest strategies, share best practices, and discuss pressing issues with industry experts. This conference is a fantastic opportunity to network with leading executives and establish partnerships with key stakeholders and important solution providers.

Related pre-conference reading: Nuclear Power in China, Market Outlook to 2025, 2012 Update - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies by GlobalData

To register for the conference, view full details, or inquire about any of the conference tracks, please visit our website.

Deepwater China Convention 2013

May 23 – 24, 2013 | Shenzhen, China

Seize this unique opportunity to network with leading global deepwater industry executives at Deepwater China Convention 2013.  Key issues to be discussed include: policy and development trends in China's deepwater industry, vessels for deepwater exploration and production, all aspects of drilling including rigs, well construction and well control, and subsea technology.

Related pre-conference reading: World Deepwater Market Forecast 2013-2017 by Douglas-Westwood

To register for this event, or to view the full conference details, please visit our website.

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