Tag Archive: Houston

Putting Houston’s Size in Perspective

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In our industry, it’s hard to avoid spending time in Houston or you might even be one of the lucky ones who calls it ‘home’.  Driving around the city, either as a visitor or as a local, you can’t argue that Houston is a massive metro area.  And it is continuing to grow at a rapid pace, thanks in part …

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NEOS Has Come Full Circle At the AAPG

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It seems like only yesterday that NEOS exhibited at our first AAPG in Houston, Texas.  It’s now time for AAPG 2014 and we’ve come full circle, right back home in Houston. But there is no time for reflection, we’ve been moving along at full speed over the last three years and we’re still moving forward. …

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Things are Heating Up for Winter NAPE

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It’s unseasonably cold this week in Houston; but things are sure to heat up later this week at Winter NAPE – February 4-7 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.  Known as ‘THE marketplace for buying, selling and trading oil and gas prospects and producing properties’, Winter NAPE is too important to miss.  That’s why …

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NEOS at the SEG – a Winning Combination

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It’s that time of year again! Time for the [83rd] annual meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). This year’s event will be in Houston, TX which gives NEOS the home court advantage to play things just right. Our show theme is centered around our campaign “Unlock the Potential in your Field” which features …

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Oo-rah for Underbelly: One of America’s Best Restaurants

Underbelly

According to Southern Living magazine, Without a doubt, Houston is the most interesting, far-ranging, delightful food city in the South—strike that, in America—right now. There’s a confluence of a post-Katrina Creole population, traditional Southern staples (biscuits, barbecue, pimiento cheese), multinationals (Vietnamese, Korean, Pakistani, Mexican), fertile farmland, easy access to the Gulf, and a general yearning …

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NEOS is Proud to Call Houston Home

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NEOS has global offices in some of the more impressive cities in the world; San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Houston…yes, that’s right, Houston. In fact, according to Forbes Magazine, Houston is the “Coolest” city in the USA. For a little clarification we mean “Cool” as in the Urban Dictionary’s definition of cool – …

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Visit with NEOS in 2012

NEOS at SEG 2011

Happy New Year! 2012 has taken off to a running start at NEOS as we gear up for an exciting quarter of events. Whether your plans take you to Houston, Denver or Bahrain in the coming months, we hope to see you at any of the below events. NAPE, Houston The world’s largest E&P (upstream) …

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Shale Gas Innovations Will Be Game-Changing

Baker Institute

Since its inception in 1993, the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy has established itself as one of the leading nonpartisan public policy think tanks in the country. As an integral part of Rice University the Baker Institute has a strong track record of achievement based on the work of Rice University faculty …

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Meet the People of NEOS

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How well would you consider you know your colleagues? They may sit in the office next to yours but do you know what they’re working on or where they came from? We sat down with a few of our peers to get to know them and understand what makes NEOS, NEOS. We sought to unearth …

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Our Favorite Dives in Houston

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Houston has a lot of great restaurants covering nearly every cuisine and price point. In our former life, we compiled and published a list of our Houston favorites at the top end of the range. Now, our favorite ‘dives’: American – BRC Gastropub Bosnian (and it’s BYOB!) – Cafe Pita (Westchase) British – Red Lion Pub …

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