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News Release: CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition



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Carey Buchholtz
Senior Marketing Manager
(713) 343-1878  

New Content and Expanded Schedule at the 25th Annual CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition

HOUSTON.  September 9, 2015 – The CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition will celebrate its 25th Anniversary November 10-12 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.  In order to make the 25th year the best yet, CLEAN GULF has expanded its conference agenda to cover more of the issues most important to the spill preparedness and response community. Sessions will now begin on Tuesday, November 10, allowing for an extra day of education and more time to connect with attendees.

CLEAN GULF has also added a dedicated track of sessions to cover inland preparedness and response issues due to the significant growth in crude transportation by pipeline and rail.  Because this is such a timely and relevant topic to the spill response community, it was important to add extensive coverage of inland issues to the CLEAN GULF agenda.  Conference sessions in the Inland Preparedness and Response Track include Inland Response Perspectives, Pipeline 360, Enhance Responsibilities through Partnerships, Crude by Rail, and Inland Response.   Other tracks at CLEAN GULF include Planning and Preparedness, Response, Research and Existing and Emerging Technologies, Subsea, and Special Interest.

To view the complete agenda or register for CLEAN GULF, visit   For the latest information on attendance or exhibiting opportunities, please contact Senior Marketing Manager Carey Buchholtz at 713-343-1878.

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