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By Allegra • July 10, 2019

INET to Exhibit at Unconventional Resources and Technology Conference

Infrastructure Networks (INET) will attend and exhibit at Unconventional Resources and Technology Conference (URTeC) 2019 conference and exhibition, July 22-24, at the Denver Convention Center in Denver, CO.

URTeC brings together more that 6,000+ attendees and the world’s leading professionals to create an atmosphere of collaboration that supports the exchange of ideas around science and technology as applied to exploration of unconventional resources.

INET will be located at booth #1212 at the conference and expo. Members of INET’s leadership team will be available to discuss what we can do to support improvements and innovation in your business. Located with INET will be members of partner company, Osprey Informatics, creators of the Osprey Reach, which will be on display at the booth.

Visit INET at booth #1212 and learn about the next-generation of communication services for the digital oilfield.

Click Here for more information about our participation in URTeC 2019.

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