Meet. Share. Learn.

Combining the power of networking with the information presented during the GPA Midstream Convention is invaluable. The schedule covers a number of topics within the areas of international affairs, legislative and regulatory issues, safety, market information, operations and maintenance, technical sessions and research. GPA Midstream committee meetings and forums held during the convention are open to all attendees, providing endless opportunities to meet, share and learn. Join us.

Notices & Deadlines

If you would like to be considered for speaking opportunities at the 2018 conference, our Call for Papers is open until Oct. 22. Please click on the Speaking Opportunities tab on the left for more information.

Looking for ways to put your company name in front of more than 2,000 midstream professionals? Take a look at our 2018 GPA Midstream Convention sponsorship packet. Registration for sponsorships will open Oct. 25.

2018 Sponsorships

Take a look at our 2018 GPA Midstream Convention sponsorship packet to view available opportunities, and make note that many new opportunities have been added due to convention schedule changes in 2018. Registration for sponsorships will open Oct. 25.

The GPA Midstream app

Attendees will be able to find a full schedule, interactive hotel maps and attendee lists on the GPA Midstream app. Information about accessing the app for 2018 will be communicated to registered attendees in the spring.

About GPA Midstream

The GPA Midstream Association is a non-profit trade organization that has served the needs of its member companies and personnel in the development and maintenance of industry standards, the generation and dissemination of technical knowledge, monitoring and action on related legislative and regulatory issues, and providing a forum for the interchange of technology and developments in the midstream industry since 1921.

GPA Midstream members are operating and producing companies engaged in the processing of natural gas into merchantable pipeline gas, volume movement, or further processing of liquid products from natural gas – commonly referred to as the midstream sector of the energy industry.

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