The PUG strives to be recognized as the global professional organization for GIS & Geospatial Professionals and users across the petroleum industry. We aim to work collaboratively as volunteers to improve and enhance the use of GIS & Geospatial workflows and technologies.
What is GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and how does one get involved in this type of career path? This has been a repeated question throughout my 10 years as a GIS Professional from all experiences and ages. Since the advanced technologies of GPS, navigation systems, and the popularity of map use; GIS has gained interest from the most uncommon populations. Here are a few examples of inquiries I’ve had in the past… Read More
How would you like to attend and help with the 2016 Esri Petroleum Conference in Houston, April 26th-28th? The PUG will award five US college student organizations a stipend to offset some of the expected conference travel costs. To be eligible, please fill out an application form, PUG Education Sponsorship form_v1 , and email the completed form to email@example.com by February 12th. Winners will be notified by end of February. Scott Sitzman PUG Chairman… Read More
The PUG is very proud to deliver the framework and process for publishing Geospatial Workflows as well as our catalog with the first published workflow entitled Play Fairway Analysis. This is all available on the PUG Online website at http://www.PugOnline.org/Workflows. So go to our website to review recent additions and share your ideas. How did we get to this point? Well, the PUG has been working on a Geospatial Workflow project to… Read More