GMC Planning Committee Issues Call For Papers

Abstracts for the GMRC Conference due Feb. 28


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Papers related to gas compression machinery topics are being solicited for the 2014 GMRC Gas Machinery Conference, which runs October 5-8 in Nashville, Tennessee. The conference is a forum for design engineers, facility engineers and technicians with an emphasis on the operation, maintenance and testing of gas compression machinery.

The GMC Planning Committee will accept papers for the Conference based on an informative abstract submitted by the deadline. All abstracts will be evaluated on the information supplied. The review committee will use this information to help select papers, assign time slots, and assign technical reviewers.

You may submit an abstract for a short course (3 hours); technical paper presentation (45 minutes); or a new technology update (10 minutes). The Planning Committee has final say regarding which category is selected. Abstracts are due on Feb. 28. For more information, visit www.gmrc.org/call-for-papers.

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