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17th Pipeline Technology Conference to be held for the first time as a hybrid event in Berlin and online

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From 7-10 March 2022, a popular European pipeline event, the 17th Pipeline Technology Conference (PTC), will once again take place in Berlin.

17th Pipeline Technology Conference to be held for the first time as a hybrid event in Berlin and online

Transmission and distribution system operators from around the world will again come to PTC to learn about the latest developments and offerings in the industry and to exchange ideas with other operators and market participants.

Thanks to the integration of NO DIG Berlin into PTC 2022, more municipal network operators will also be attracted to Berlin. They will be able to find out about new developments in trenchless construction techniques at the exhibition and conference.

The conference program will again include four high-profile panel discussions in which current challenges for the industry will be discussed. In addition to cyber security and decarbonisation, the issues of public perception and the shortage of skilled workers will also be discussed. The core of the event, however, is the technical conference program with 30 technical sessions in which more than 100 speakers report on new technologies and application examples. Two special case study sessions will give participants a deeper insight into the technical challenges of specific projects (GET H2, River Humber pipeline replacement).

As a hybrid event, the central face-to-face event PTC Berlin will be combined with a virtual platform, PTC Remote, where all information related to the event will be available and which will offer extensive networking opportunities for all participants. The AI-based matchmaking will be further expanded. Participants in Berlin and at home on their computers can search for specific solutions and enter into direct exchange with exhibitors and participants.

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