Mark Your Calendar For ASME’s 2015 Hydraulic Fracturing Conference & Expo!

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Serving Unconventional Oil & Gas: Equipment and Technologies
March 17-19, 2015 ~ Houston, TX ~ go.asme.org/fracturing

The ASME Hydraulic Fracturing 2015 conference draws long-sought focus to the central role of mechanical engineering and surface equipment in shale development and hydraulic fracturing.

This three-day conference will deliver cutting-edge solutions for operations; specifically, the construction, delivery and production of unconventional wells, associated infrastructure and applied solutions.  It will feature wellbore and surface equipment, including pumps, transmissions and power – a critical focus, as these areas account for nearly 80% of equipment costs.

Get Solutions To Your Most Pressing Issues:

  • Economic and industrial impact: Find out how unconventional oil & gas is revolutionizing America’s energy future today
  • Innovative drilling technologies: Reducing NPT, costs and improved overall economics of unconventional plays
  • Safety, compliance and environmentally sound operations: Learn and apply innovative water management techniques
  • Fracturing equipment, material, logistics, and delivery solutions: Overcome challenges impacting the industry and obtain the latest solutions
  • Mechanical engineering features surface equipment in all phases (construction, delivery and production)
  • What’s next? A look ahead at America’s energy future, economics and impact of oil & gas export potential

Visit go.asme.org/fracturing for our full speaker line-up and session descriptions.

Call for ePosters!
Abstracts due January 5, 2015! View submission categories and submit an ePoster proposal for this groundbreaking event.

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