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Introducing the ASME Itinerary Planner!

ASME is proud to announce the introduction of the New ASME Itinerary Planner, which is now available on the IPC2012 Website and which will allow attendees to plan and build their personalized schedule for the conference.

First Time Users: Please click here or on the left navigation button for more information on using the ASME Itinerary Planner.

When accessing your Itinerary Planner via your mobile device, standard data rates may apply. Please check with your provider about your data plan. If you are traveling internationally, please contact your provider about any international roaming data limits that may apply. Please check the event Website for information about whether Wi-Fi will be available to attendees at the conference venue.

The 2012 9th International Pipeline Conference (IPC2012), will be held in September 24-28, 2012 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The members of the pipeline industry from around the world will gather in Calgary for the 9th International Pipeline Conference (IPC 2012). Organized by volunteers representing international oil & gas firms, production, transmission, and distribution corporations, energy and pipeline associations and governments, the IPC has become internationally renowned as the world's premier pipeline conference. This is a not-for-profit conference and proceeds continue to support educational initiatives in the pipeline industry.

The conference will begin on Monday, September 24, with tutorials in key areas of interest. Track sessions will begin the morning of Tuesday, September 25, and run through to Friday, September 28. Conference organizers are developing 14 technical tracks to enhance the opportunities for attendees to hear and participate in discussion with industry leaders in the topic areas of their choice.

The International Pipeline Conference is designed to inform, enlighten and motivate; therefore, we encourage you to participate actively in IPC 2012 – five days of exceptional value that you won't want to miss!

Please submit your short abstract (400 words maximum) by November 30, 2011. Please do so in accordance with the IPC2012 publication schedule.

The official language of the conference is English.

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For information about ASME's presenter attendance Policy, please visit the ASME Presenter Attendance Policy page.

Venue Information
Hyatt Regency Hotel and Telus Conference Center
700 Centre Street SE
Calgary, AB T2G 5P6, Canada

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