Calgary Economic Development
Calgary Economic Development works with business, government and community partners to position Calgary as the location of choice for the purpose of attracting business investment, fostering trade and growing Calgary's workforce.
Petroleum Services Association of Canada
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada is the national trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry.+ Read More
Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada
PTAC Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada is a Canadian hydrocarbon industry association that serves as a neutral non-profit facilitator of collaborative R&D and technology development, and operates in partnership with all industry stakeholders to transform challenges into opportunities.+ Read More
FIRJAN is a private non-profit organization with more than ten thousand associates that promote the growth of industry in Rio de Janeiro. FIRJAN is comprised of five institutions that work in an integrated manner to fulfill its mission. The Industrial Center of Rio de Janeiro (CIRJ), the Industry Social Service of the State of Rio de Janeiro (SESI Rio), the National Industrial Training Service of the State of Rio de Janeiro (SENAI Rio) and the Euvaldo Lodi Institute of Rio de Janeiro (IEL Rio) promote actions in economic, political and social levels to ensure the state of RJ figures prominently national and international business opportunities.
Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists
The Mission of the Society is to advance the professions of the energy geosciences - as it applies to geology; foster the scientific, technical learning and professional development of its members; and promote the awareness of the profession to industry and the public.
The PESGB was established in 1964 by a group of like-minded professionals keen to create a community of geoscientists for networking and sharing ideas. Over 50 years on, we have maintained those founding principles.+ Read More
Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Thank you for your interest in our Society. The CSEG was established in 1949, and today hosts approximately 1,800 members. An estimated 60% of our members are geophysicists actively involved in hydrocarbon exploration.+ Read More
The Central-Eastern Europe and Caspian Scout Group is an association of companies with oil and gas assets within the Central-Eastern Europa and Caspian area which aims to keep the regional oil and gas community connected. It started its activity in 1994 with eight founding members. This unique non-profit organization currently includes over 160 oil companies, government agencies and industry suppliers. The Group endeavours to cover all aspects of the upstream petroleum business activities within the region and comprises a wide range of members – majors, regional players, small and mid-size independents, niche players and start-ups, as well as NOCs and licensing authorities. Representatives from contractor companies, geological consultants and geoscientists can also attend. The meetings take place twice a year, in early May and early October. Each time they are hosted by a different member company in a different country. The CEEC Scout Group meetings represent key events in the petroleum business with a two and a half-day program including technical and commercial presentations covering the host country and a geological field trip. The CEEC Scout Group provides an excellent way to network, to exchange experiences with other operators, to learn about the best practices in the field and about the regional geology. Furthermore, the Group provides an important platform for the Government Authorities to promote their countries’ acreage. It is also an important farm-out forum.
The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) is a global professional, not-for-profit association for geoscientists and engineers with approximately 19,000 members worldwide. It provides a global network of commercial and academic professionals to all members.+ Read More
PETFORM (Petroleum Platform Association)
PETFORM (Petroleum Platform Association) was established on 15 September 2000 under the leadership of domestic and foreign companies operating in the fields of crude oil and natural gas exploration, production, processing, storage, transportation and refining and natural gas import and sales.+ Read More
The Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP) is a non-profit organization that works comprehensively across the oil, gas, and biofuels value chain and is a recognized institutional representative for the oil and gas sector. Its independent, non-partisan and transparent practices and efforts work to forge collaboration among industry stakeholders to build credibility among businesses, society, and government. In the technical domain, IBP expert committees are the basis of our intellectual capital. They provide inputs into publications, research, standards, and programs, and help to identify industry requirements to inform the organization of training programs and events. IBP provides a platform for experience sharing, knowledge building and collaboration among representatives from the different industry segments. Thought leadership in innovation, technology, management and sustainability practices in Brazil and around the world is regularly provided in conferences spanning every area of IBP, supporting the industry’s future vision. In the regulatory and institutional domain, IBP speaks for the oil, gas and biofuels industry in forums and public meetings on industry regulation, taxation, and oversight. IBP’s essential role as a representative of the industry is widely recognized by regulators, the various levels of government and Congress.
The National Organization of the Petroleum Industry (ONIP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to building consensus that allows for expanding competencies, maximizing the participation of the national industry, and fosters innovation for productivity gains to increase export performance. The organization is structured to play a leading role in developing the petroleum market and to become the reference centre for different business environments. ONIP represents entities and companies in the petroleum market and the supply chain of goods and services in the sector. To develop a more competitive market, ONIP links the national and international oil and gas market and works to improve and promote the business environment through business roundtables and meetings that provide opportunities for co-operation and innovation in the petroleum industry.