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By Allegra • June 12, 2019

INET to Exhibit at Unconventional Resources and Technology Conference 2019

Infrastructure Networks, Inc. will exhibit at URTeC (Unconventional Resources and Technology Conference, July 22-24 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO. INET will be in Booth # 1212 at the conference, which welcomes over 3,500+ attendees, 300+ technical presentations and 150 exhibiting companies each year.

URTeC 2019 in Denver looks to push the boundaries of Oil & Gas innovation and continue as the premier event focused on the latest science and technology applied to exploration and development of unconventional resources.

INET will be joined by innovation partner Osprey Informatics in the adjacent booth. INET is the exclusive distributor of Osprey Informatics visual monitoring solutions, which will be on display throughout the show.

For information about INET’s involvement in the show and for client tickets, contact sales@inetlte.com.

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