‘Sand Trapped’ Charity Golf Classic to raise funds in support of Keyano College

The 2016 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference is Re-Scheduled for 2017

Support Fort McMurray and Keyano College at the Sand Trapped Charity Golf Classic

Challenge your clients, colleagues and peers by participating in this fun-filled Texas Scramble tournament, taking place at the gorgeous Miskanaw Golf Club on Macdonald Island in Fort McMurray.

September 12th, 2016:
Registration & Breakfast – 7:30 am | Texas Scramble Shotgun Start – 8:30 am | Banquet to Follow

Pricing: Individual: $275 + GST | Foursome: $1100 + GST

Act Now! Registration is limited to 144 golfers.

Exhibition

Since 1985, Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference has been the business gateway to the oil sands community. Spanning over 99,000 net square feet of exhibit space, the show brings industry professionals face-to-face with over 400 suppliers and services companies showcasing the newest technologies, products and services at the forefront of the oil sands industry.

Exhibit space is consistently in high demand at the largest gathering of oil sands professionals in the world. View available space on the floor plans and book your space today to be a part of the show at the heart of the oil sands industry.

The leading exchange ofinnovation and opportunityin the Oil Sands Industry.

400

Exhibiting Companies

3,920

Registered Attendees

85,000+

SF Exhibit Space

12

Countries Represented

52%

Senior Level Attendees

55%

Decision Makers

Conference

Oil Sands Conference examines important issues facing the industry and provides comprehensive overviews of the current state and future forecasts of the oil sands industry.

2017 Conference Topics Include:

  • The strategy of Specifying and Buying
  • Major issues affecting the industry
  • Career Development Forum
  • Tailings Management
  • Tracking Equipment & Inventory Control
  • Cost Reduction

Help Fort McMurray

We encourage you to visit one of the official organizations who are raising money and offering support to those affected by the Alberta Fires.