2006 School Dates – September 18-21, 2006
Houston TX, USA — The School is the largest gas measurement school in the United States devoted to natural gas measurement, pressure regulation, flow control, and other measurement related arenas.
The School is comprised of a two and one-half day series of 1 hour lecture and hands-on classes, plant tours, and exhibits by 108 exhibitors.
The school is held in the convention center complex of the Marriott Houston Westchase Hotel located at 2900 Briarpark Drive, Houston Texas.
The purpose of the school, the sponsoring associations and the operating companies within the petroleum and natural gas industry, is to provide instruction on technical subjects for people in the industry.
The School is structured to focus on seven main subject groups:
* Fundamental Measurement
* Hands-on Training
* Gas Quality
* General & Advanced Measurement
* Office Procedures & Accounting
Exhibitors are requested to teach application and performance capabilities of their equipment and refrain from sales activities during the School. At the time of registration, the registrants receive a CD copy of the “Proceedings” of the American School of Gas Measurement Technology containing the technical papers to be presented in the various lectures which comprise the current program.
It also contains the General Chairman’s Opening Remarks and a biography of the Principal Speaker. Each registrant should plan their schedule carefully and adhere to it in order to derive maximum benefit from the School.
Each person attending the School is required to register. Payment of a modest enrollment fee is required of all registrants. Visitor passes are available for those who desire to view the exhibits only.
The American School of Gas Measurement Technology is a non-profit organization which has always been self-supporting. The expenditures of the School are paid entirely from the proceeds of the School. The formal “Proceedings” of the School are published by the General Committee and a CD copy is furnished without additional cost to each paid registrant.