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17th Pipeline Technology Conference back to Berlin

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The Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc), will open its gates for the 17th time from 7 – 10 March 2022 in Berlin.

After two years in which the Pipeline Technology Conference was held online only, the upcoming ptc will be a hybrid event: the central face-to-face event, ptc Berlin, will be combined with a virtual platform, ptc Remote, where all information about the event is available and which will provide far-reaching networking opportunities for all participants, even across digital barriers.

"We are very much looking forward to seeing you all again in the usual setting in Berlin and finally talking face-to-face about innovative technologies, digital transformation trends and challenges for a decarbonised pipeline industry. Many thanks to the whole ptc community and especially to the members of the ptc Advisory Committee for their great support," says Dennis Fandrich, Chairman of the Pipeline Technology Conference.

"Once again, the direct exchange in the exhibition will be a special highlight, on which we have placed a lot of emphasis in the past years and which we intend to further expand. I am excited that in addition to the technology leaders of the international pipeline industry, the upcoming ptc will also feature an increased number of participants and exhibitors from the field of municipal distribution networks thanks to a partnership with the German Society for Trenchless Technology," emphasises Marian Ritter, Director Exhibitions of the organiser EITEP Institute. "GSTT will host its well-known trade event NoDIG Berlin for the first time within ptc 2022. We are delighted that GSTT has chosen ptc as its new venue."

Proposals for the conference program can be submitted until 30 September 2021.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/22092021/17th-pipeline-technology-conference-back-to-berlin/

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