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13-16 June 2012: AAPL Annual Meeting, San Francisco

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13-16 June 2012: AAPL Annual Meeting, San Francisco

Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce their participation in the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) 58th Annual Meeting in San Francisco on June 13th to 16th 2012.

The event is expected to draw over 1000 land professionals in the Mineral Exploration & Production and Oil & Gas sectors. The exhibit hall provides educational opportunities for attendees and a forum to see new ideas, technologies and solutions to help them every day in their business. Learn more about the event at

Spatial Dimension will mark our first participation at an AAPL Annual Meeting by featuring the proven FlexiCadastre land, rights and agreement management solution. We look forward to discussing with attendees the latest enhancements delivered in our recently launched FlexiCadastre 4.4 release, as well as sharing success stories in the over 60 jurisdictions around the world – including across the US and Canada – where clients use FlexiCadastre to manage their tenure and contract obligations.

We look forward to seeing you at our booth # 208!

Exhibit hours are as follows:
Tuesday June 12, 5 PM to 6:30 PM
Wednesday June 13, 7 AM to 5 PM
Thursday June 14, 8 AM to 1 PM

About AAPL

Established in 1956, the American Association of Professional Landmen is a professional organization that unites approximately 13,000 landmen and land-related persons through professional development and service. AAPL serves as the voice of the landman profession and continually seeks to foster industry cooperation through proactive legislative advocacy. AAPL is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, and has 46 affiliated local associations throughout the United States and Canada. Members work for major oil companies, for large and small independent companies and as self-employed independent landmen.
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