gasworld’s North America Industrial Gas Conference 2017 kicks off tomorrow, with industrial gas professionals already beginning to gather at The Westin Oaks Houston at the Galleria in Houston, Texas.

The event, titled Tackling the Rate of Change in Our Industry, will cover hot topics and offer practical advice from industrial gas professionals that will enable delegates to head into 2018 with a clear strategy for success.

For the second time, gasworld invites industrial gas professionals back to the US to come together to experience a cutting-edge conference agenda featuring prestigious speakers, dedicated exhibition time, and valuable networking opportunities.

The North American industrial gases industry is in the midst of seismic change, from the transformation in ownership and structure, to supply chain challenges and distributor business disruption. Understanding the rate of change, and more importantly making the right strategic moves to respond, will be key to sustainability and future success.

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Coming up

Sessions will include thought-provoking subjects and opportunities to engage in Q&A, and aim to provide delegates with an educational toolkit to take back to their company.

gasworld’s Founder and CEO John Raquet enthused, “It is my pleasure to welcome you to our Houston conference, our second conference held in the US and North America. We are delighted to be able to hold this event, especially after the dramatic events in August concerning Hurricane Harvey, and we would like to thank the people of Houston and of the hotel for ensuring this could still go ahead.”

Prior to conference kick-off tomorrow, delegates will be welcomed with canopies and drinks sponsored by DataOnline.

Follow the conference

Stay up-to-date with all the latest news, views and developments at the North America conference via the gasworld website, updated throughout the event.

gasworld will also be tweeting live updates during the conference, which you can follow on Twitter using the hashtag #GWNA2017.

A full review of the conference will be published in the upcoming January 2018 editions of gasworld magazine and gaswolrd (US Edition).