Innosphere, Canada Consulate partnering to host session at COGA energy summit Aug. 7

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday July 23, 2014 0 comments Tags: Denver, Fort Collins, Innosphere, Jemez Technology, OptiEnz Sensors, Rob Writz

 

Rocky Mountain Innosphere RMI logoFORT COLLINS - Innosphere is partnering with the Consulate General of Canada in Denver to host the "Emerging Technologies" session at the Colorado Oil and Gas Association's 26th Annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit in Denver on Aug. 7.

Innosphere said the session will showcase technology startups from Colorado and Canada that are commercializing solutions for the upstream and midstream oil-and-gas markets.

Ten startups will engage in an interactive dialogue with a panel of investors, corporations and key industry stakeholders, Innosphere said.

"Innosphere is pleased to partner with the Consulate General of Canada to host the interactive session on Emerging Technologies," said Rob Writz, Innosphere's director of clean technology.

"The oil patch faces numerous challenges that innovative startups from the Rocky Mountain West can solve, including environmental resource constraints, remote locations, data acquisition and analytics and telecommunications."

Innosphere said it is continuing to expand its incubation program, with four client companies presenting during the summit. Those companies are Avivid Water Technology, EcoVapor Recovery Systems, Jemez Technology and OptiEnz Sensors.

The COGA Rocky Mountain Energy Summit "Emerging Technologies" session is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Aug. 7 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver.

Registration for the summit is open until July 24.

For registration and more information, visit http://www.rmesummit.org/.
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