|Deep Offshore Technology (DOT) International Conference & Exhibition returns to New Orleans, Louisiana, as it continues to serve the greatest offshore markets around the globe.|
|As technology allows movement into deeper drilling and development, operators continue to look for frontier fields.
|Drawing on its wide base of experience, the DOT technical conference will address the complex challenges of deepwater exploration and production. This year’s conference will attract a broad collection of high-level attendees from both the operating and service communities. To ensure participation, the advisory board again wil bring you key presentations from industry leaders. Case studies will complement the traditional technical presentations. Delegates will get the latest information on the challenges faced and lessons learned by operators.|
|During this conference, presenters will discuss the technologies that are instrumental in the success of the offshore exploration and production industry. Entire tracks will be devoted to what has made the industry capable of drilling in extreme deepwater environments. Authors are encouraged to present papers highlighting these advancements. PennWell is committed to bringing DOT to the world’s deepwater markets. New Orleans is a major center for offshore E&P support. The leading players in the oilfield will gather for this most prestigious conference and exhibition.|
|Join PennWell in New Orleans to take part in the industry’s only conference devoted to deepwater offshore exploration and production solutions. You will not want to miss the networking opportunities at this extremely focused, international event.
|DOT is the most leading deepwater technology event in the world. It offers a unique gathering of the world’s senior executives, managers, and engineers from major and independent E&P companies. Key personnel from various industry segments will deliver reports on the current and future state of offshore exploration and production technology.|
|During the conference, the key personnel involved in the various industry segments, along with lessons learned under extraordinary circumstances, will deliver reports on the current and future state of offshore exploration and production technology.|
|As the industry explores further out, there is a growing focus on the ultra-deepwater spectrum between 1,500 and 3,000 meters – with case studies and reports on first-application technologies.|
|Input from major, independent, and state–owned operators and producers will explore the technical and economic influences shaping the deepwater theaters around the globe.|
For more information and to register, click here: http://dot09.events.pennnet.com/fl/content.cfm?NavId=7920&Language=Engl.