Offshore Technology Conference 2017
May 1 – May 4 all-day
Offshore Technology Conference 2017 @ NRG Park | Houston | Texas | United States

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.

Founded in 1969, OTC’s flagship conference is held annually at NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) in Houston. OTC has expanded technically and globally with the Arctic Technology Conference, OTC Brasil, OTC Asia and d5.

OTC is sponsored by 13 industry organizations and societies, who work cooperatively to develop the technical program. OTC also has endorsing and supporting organizations.

Top Reasons to Attend OTC 2017

OTC gives you access to leading-edge technical information, the industry’s largest equipment exhibition, and valuable new professional contacts. Here’s how:

  • Quality: Technical program selected by knowledgeable and experienced professionals.
  • Value: See ground-breaking innovations and meet the leading providers of products and services in just four days.
  • Convenience: 174 nonstop flights, world-class venues and hotels, and nearby public transportation.
  • Easy to Plan: Always the first full week of May every year.
  • Networking: Professionals from 120+ countries are there.
  • In the World’s Energy Capital: Combine OTC with client meetings, business proposals, and company training.
  • Investing Back in the Industry: OTC’s sponsoring organizations use revenue to provide many other important programs for its members, such as training and technical journals.
  • Always Something New: Encounter different languages being spoken, never-seen-before technologies, and C-suite speakers that you might not hear anywhere else.
Oklahoma City Oil and Gas Convention
May 9 – May 10 all-day
Oklahoma City Oil and Gas Convention @ Cox Convention Center | Oklahoma City | Oklahoma | United States

The Benefits of Attending a Trade Show:

  • Gain knowledge & exposure to new trends, products & resources,
  • Stimulate new ideas to support your business,
  • Learn what your competition is doing,
  • Expose yourself & your company to viable vendors,
  • Participate in free industry training and certification classes,
  • & increase your level of industry education.
3rd Deepwater Decommissioning Workshop Gulf of Mexico
May 23 – May 24 all-day
3rd Deepwater Decommissioning Workshop Gulf of Mexico @ Hilton Greenway Plaza | Houston | Texas | United States


OPERATOR CASE STUDIES: Gain unparalleled insight into recent P&A projects through 4 operator case studies & 3 targeted panels to plan your decommissioning strategy for 2017/2018

WELL P&A: Tap into GOM P&A execution best practice including new contracting models, cost estimation methodology ​& technology developments such as riseless CT and resins for your deepwater wells

NEW TECHNOLOGY: Access cutting edge tooling developments, cement alternatives and riserless equipment in a dedicated agenda section and throughout our interactive technology showcase hall

WORKSHOPS: Take advantage of 3 dedicated hands on workshops including a well P&A technical session, a regulatory update & an operator only breakfast focused on practical paths to collaboration

STRUCTURE REMOVAL: Discuss the future of deepwater structure removal taking into consideration initiatives such as NEBA and the Rigs-to-Reef program to ensure best practice is in place in the GOM

2nd New Technology Oil Sands Facilities Congress 2017
May 30 – May 31 all-day
2nd New Technology Oil Sands Facilities Congress 2017 @ Hotel Arts | Calgary | Alberta | Canada

Building on the  success of the Facilities Design SAGD 2014 conference, the New Technology For In Situ Oil Sands Facilities 2017 will be returning to Calgary May 30 & 31 with emission reduction and cost optimization in mind, featuring up to 20 operator-led case-studies and lessons learned for optimum benchmarking.

  • Alternative Production Technologies To Reduce Carbon Emissions
  • Addressing Emissions Reduction Technology For Lime-Softening, And Evaporator Water Treatment Techniques
  • Project Management & Material Selection Best Practices
  • Addressing The Latest Alternative & Multi-Phase Metering Technology
  • SAGD Facilties Modularization And Best Practices In Construction & Fabrication
Clean Waterways 2016
Jun 27 – Jun 28 all-day
Clean Waterways 2016 @ The Seelbach Hilton Louisville | Louisville | Kentucky | United States

The CLEAN WATERWAYS event will focus on improving oil and hazardous materials spill prevention and response on inland river systems. This unique event brings together State & Federal regulatory agencies, operating companies and the planning and response community. The inaugural event will take place in Louisville, KY, June 27-28. The event will be held on an annual basis rotating amongst several major river cities based on feedback from the attending audience.

Summer NAPE Expo 2017
Aug 16 – Aug 17 all-day
Summer NAPE Expo 2017 @ George R. Brown Convention Center | Houston | Texas | United States

NAPE is the oil and gas industry’s marketplace for the buying, selling and trading of prospects and for producing properties.

Founded in 1993 by AAPL, with partners IPAA, SEG and AAPG added over the next several years, NAPE has become the largest organization of its kind in the world, providing unmatched venues for oil and gas professionals to meet, network, connect and do business.

Our one-of-a-kind organization focuses on showcasing prospects in an environment where people come with the expectation of doing business. There is no other organization in the industry that replicates this combination or our track record of success. Deals are made at NAPE because we attract all the parties necessary to evaluate, fund and make deals. Investors, financiers, lawyers and small to large E&P’s view NAPE as the place to find out what is happening in the industry and to look for opportunities to grow their business. The oil and gas industry is fueled by deals. And NAPE is where deals happen.

NAPE brings prospects and investors together as well as other professionals who are needed to evaluate, facilitate and execute deals.

NAPE Exhibits Attendee:

  • Expo Floor access
  • Prospect Preview Presentations
  • Capital & Service Provider Preview Presentations
  • Icebreaker Opening Reception
  • Buffet Lunch (Thursday)

NAPE Business Conference Attendee:

  • Business Conference Presentations form industry experts & leaders
  • Continental Breakfast before the conference
  • Business Conference Luncheon
  • Icebreaker Opening Session

NAPE Business Conference & Exhibits Attendee:

  • Business Conference Presentations from industry experts & leaders
  • Continental Breakfast before the Conference
  • Business Conference Luncheon
  • Expo Floor access
  • Prospect Preview Presentations
  • Capital & Service Provider Preview Presentations
  • Icebreaker Opening Reception
  • Buffet Lunch (Thursday)
  • Closing Happy Hour Celebration
LARTC 2017
Sep 5 – Sep 7 all-day
LARTC 2017 @ Hilton Buenos Aires | Buenos Aires | Argentina

Building on the success of last year’s event in Mexico, LARTC has been reimagined.

We listened to your feedback and we acted on formulating better relationships with the region’s stakeholders; we introduced 1-2-1 partnering which meant our attendees benefited from 60 pre-organised private meetings and we introduced other new features including technical roundtables, Speed Networking, networking drinks reception and a pre-conference workshop.

Continuous improvement

With co-host YPF confirmed for this year’s edition as well as the support of the Ministry of Energy and Mines of Argentina, we now look to build on the success of 2016, with even more new formats and initiatives to ensure LARTC 2017 delivers customer satisfaction once again. View the agenda here and the full list of confirmed speakers here.

Blockchain in Oil and Gas
Sep 12 all-day

oilman sponsored eventThe Blockchain in Oil and Gas focus day this September 12th will, as part of our flagship IoT in Oil and Gas conference, enable you to understand how blockchain technology such as cryptocurrency, smart contracts, distributed databases, and public ledgers are going to transform both your role and the oil and gas industry.

The first blockchain was theorized by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 and applied the following year as a key component of the digital currency bitcoin, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. A secure public ledger concept can be applied to almost all aspects of doing business whilst removing slow and outdated workflows.

Using a peer-to-peer network and a distributed timestamping server, a blockchain database can be managed autonomously. Blockchain is the future business model of supply chain and can be applied to the entire oil and gas value chain.

Are you ready to harness the capabilities of blockchain technology in oil and gas operations?

Join the one-day event to:

  • How to develop blockchain scalable solutions for your com

  • Examining open source blockchain development

  • Blockchains are an ideal technology for IoT oil and gas

  • Why early adoption will save time and money in the future

  • Transparency, security and convenience all in one place

3rd Annual IoT in Oil and Gas Conference
Sep 13 – Sep 14 all-day

oilman sponsored conferenceWe’re excited to introduce the 3rd Annual IoT in Oil and Gas conference (September 13-14, 2017), which has grown in leaps and bounds with more than 250 attendees this year alone!

Whether you’re a major operator, contractor or technology solution provider, this is your chance to learn from insightful case studies and benchmark against industry best practice. You will also have plenty of opportunities to exchange ideas and network with peers to pursue commercial opportunities.

Results from a new survey by Deloitte forecasts 2017 as a year of recovery for commodity prices, with companies expected to gradually ramp up operational activity as demand increases. As a result, IoT technologies will play a crucial role in meeting productivity and cost reduction targets.

And the 3rd Annual IoT in Oil and Gas conference promises to be an even more comprehensive forum for IoT innovation. New developments and frameworks will be explored as companies focus on improving efficiency.

The event will explore how organizations can overcome emerging and existing challenges such as cyber security, lack of standardization, legacy installed bases, and liability of current technologies.

If you want to know more about related IoT conferences in the energy sector, please visit the Energy Conference Network

And be sure to subscribe to our blog, Talking IoT in Energy, for the latest updates on project developments and industry news. 

Wearable Technology in Oil and Gas
Sep 15 all-day

oilman sponsored eventThe Wearable Technology in Oil and Gas focus day this September 15th will, as part of our flagship IoT in Oil and Gas conference, enable you to understand how wearable technology such as augmented reality, virtual reality, lone-worker safety equipment and mobile communications is going to transform both your role and your whole industry.

Recent advances in connectivity means oil and gas professionals can now analyze, track, record and control assets and data in a new way. No longer do they need to rely on a control center or be physically present in sometimes challenging environments.

Whether it is for automated remote command and control of drilling assets or for lone and vulnerable worker safety, wearable technology is poised to transform existing approaches.

With device safety verification already underway in some subsectors, we are about to welcome innovative technology into the upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas environments.

Are you ready to harness the capabilities of wearable technology in oil and gas operations?

Join the one-day conference to:

  • Understand how the oil and gas professional of the near future will carry lighter, less bulky equipment (which will result in increased personal safety)
  • Develop efficient processes by having the ability to control remote assets at speed (without the necessity to physically deploy personnel)
  • Foster a strategy to encompass worker health and safety by monitoring vital and cognitive signs to reduce the chance of human error
  • Integrate a new category of wearable technology into your procurement process-Adapt your training and development programs to use augmented and virtual reality for education and operational preparation.