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The 2015 JETC will be held May 19-21 2015 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. It will be located on Level 3. The Exhibit Hall will be in B3.

With a focus on energy, the 2015 JETC in Houston will open new discussions on the national security impacts of emerging global energy trends and America’s path to becoming a net energy exporter by 2020. The technical skills of SAME members ensures that SAME is positioned to be a catalyst for supporting emerging requirements. Taken from the JETC website.

There are technical sessions which address emerging trends and provide Professional Development Hours for licensure and certification maintenance.

Products and Services Information will be available from nearly 250 Exhibitors in the EXPO area.

Networking Sessions allow you to meet with colleagues in a relaxing venue, including the Ice Breaker and Society Ball.

A Bit about Houston

Houston is known for many things: Oil, NASA, urban sprawl and business-friendly policies. But the Texas city deserves to be known for something else: coolness.Forbes Magazine named Houston the coolest city in America to live. The median age of a Houston resident is a youthful 33 years old. For the Official Houston Visitors Guide, click here .

Getting There

Air – Houston has the fourth-largest airport system in the U.S. and the sixth largest in the world. The city’s three airports – Bush Intercontinental, Hobby, and Ellington Field. Houston Airport System – http://www.fly2houston.com/

Upon arrival to Houston, the options for getting downtown are numerous.

Car Service – There are many reputable car services that provide chauffeured ground transportation in Houston.

METRO – Metro bus system offers express service from Bush and Hobby Airports to downtown Houston and several business districts within the city.

 Taxi Cabs – Houston boasts the second largest taxicab fleet in the country, with more than 1,400 vehicles in operation.

 Rental Cars – The full range of car-rental companies offer vehicles in various price ranges, with the consolidated rental car facility at Bush Intercontinental Airport boasting ultra-convenient access to rental cars.

 By Car – Both I-45 and I-10 feed into Houston. I-45 runs from Houston to the Dallas/Fort Worth area which is fed into by I-35, I-30, and I-20. From Dallas/Fort Worth, travelers can take I-45 into Houston. [http://maps.google.com/maps]

 By Train – Amtrak services Houston (HOS) via the Sunset Limited route extending from Los Angeles to Orlando.

 Bus – If you’d rather take the bus, Greyhound (http://www.greyhound.com/) might be what you need.

 

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