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Solving Real-World Engineering Problems in the Offshore Oil & Gas Industry
Posted Tue January 29, 2008 @10:47AM
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ANSYS ANSYS will hold a seminar for the Oil & Gas Industry on February 21, 2008 in Houston, Texas.

World energy use is projected to grow 72 percent between 2003 and 2030. Faced with growing demand, producers need ways to boost capacity and maximize supplies of fossil fuels while containing costs, and they are looking increasingly to CAE technologies to help.

How can CAE help you and your company gain an advantage?


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Find out at the Free ANSYS Seminar on Solving Real-World Engineering Problems in the Offshore Oil & Gas Industry.

At the ANSYS Offshore Seminar you will:

  • Learn how you can solve your engineering problems by gaining a better understanding of your designs with ANSYS products and services
  • Achieve improved efficiencies in equipment design and installations while gaining engineering insights that will help reduce development costs and maximize performance

The last seminar filled quickly so register early to save your spot. Space is limited!

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