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By Allegra • September 20, 2020

iNet to Present at BofA 2020 Digital Energy Forum

iNet is proud to have been invited to speak at the Bank of America 2020 Digital Energy Forum. We’ve done a lot over the last year to advance the digital oilfield in enabling IIoT on the edge and building one of the first 5G-ready networks across major shale basins. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from iNet CEO Mark Slaughter September 22, at 4:35 pm CDT. 

Hosted by BofA Global Research, the 2020 Digital Energy Forum will be headlined by keynote speaker Tom Siebel, Chairman & CEO of C3.ai, and will also feature panel discussions, fireside chats and digital presentations from both private companies that span the emerging digital space and public companies across the oilfield services, E&P, refining and midstream sectors. 

The Digital Energy Forum will be hosted via webcast. For more information and registration visit https://bit.ly/32h0zNp. 

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