Leading the future of pipe technology with ptc

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The 19th Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc) returns to Berlin, bringing together global experts and innovators in the pipeline industry.
ptc 2024 promises to be a landmark event, featuring discussions on hydrogen, CO2 transport, methane emissions and pipeline construction, pivotal to the future of energy and infrastructure.
Prime keynote speaker will be Stefan Wenzel, the Parliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action. His insights into the interplay of economic policies and climate action are expected to provide a thought-provoking start to the conference, underlining the critical role of pipeline technology in a sustainable future.
The ptc Conference will host a series of enriching panel discussions.
These sessions are carefully curated to focus on emerging trends in energy resilience, methane emissions, hydrogen technology, and digital transformation and cyber security.
Attendees will gain valuable insights from industry leaders and partake in engaging debates.
A special feature of this year’s event is the Global Women in Pipeline initiative. This segment is dedicated to highlighting and supporting the vital role of women in the pipeline industry.
Through various activities, including networking events and focused discussions, the forum celebrates diversity and aims to empower women leaders and professionals.
In addition, ptc 2024 offers a range of seminars, workshops and operator round tables. These events provide in-depth exploration of specific topics, led by experts and thought leaders. They offer a unique opportunity for hands-on learning and intimate discussions on technical challenges and advancements.
The ptc 2024 also features an extensive exhibition, showcasing the latest innovations and solutions from leading companies and emerging startups. This platform not only unveils new technologies but also fosters partnerships and collaboration across the industry.

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