What is the VIP Reception series?
Our U.S. VIP Reception series, exclusively sponsored by RS Energy Group, is an ongoing series of private networking events that enable our members to conduct new BD, source industry intel, raise capital and investigate partnership opportunities throughtout the year. During 2020 we will be hosting exclusive VIP Receptions in Houston, New York, Midland, Dallas/ Fort Worth, Oklaholma City and Denver. When you attend a VIP Reception, you can expect to meet senior executives from a cross section of E&P, Midstream, OFS, Minerals & Royalties, Banks, Family Offices and Private Equity firms.
How does it work?
The VIP Reception series is by invitation only. We do this so that we can curate the guest list and guarantee the appropriate seniority level among attendees for our members. We are always looking to grow our network, so if you are interested in finding out more about out U.S. VIP Reception Series, please get in touch with us or register your interest below. The Oil & Gas Council team will review your submission and let you know of any further steps needed.
Upcoming VIP Receptions
Thursday, April 16
Tuesday, May 12
Wednesday, July 1
Tuesday, August 4
Thursday, September 3
Thursday, October 1
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