Access is completely free to the exhibition at SPE’s Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE), to be held in Dubai from 26 - 28 September, with exhibition visitors able to enjoy both a world-class exhibition as well as a packed complementary programme.
Visitors will be able to attend the Opening Ceremony and enjoy one technical session from the main conference, taking their pick from the 58 technical sessions on offer.
The exhibition itself will feature over 250 exhibitors showcasing a broad range of the latest technologies, new products and valuable industry services. Highlights of the exhibition include:
- Field testing technology.
- Software for Capex cost estimation and seismic/geological interpretation.
- Drilling analytics solutions.
- Nanotechnology for downhole application.
Over 16 hours of technical content on the exhibition floor will be accessible through Knowledge Sharing ePoster Presentations, as well as additional technical presentations by exhibitors over the course of the three days.
The exhibition will also be an excellent opportunity to network during the coffee and lunch breaks with the 8000+ oil and gas industry professionals expected to attend this year’s event.
Visitors will be able to learn, improve their expertise and collaborate at a number of paid training courses taking place alongside ATCE. These courses will cover the following themes:
- Flow assurance - managing flow dynamics and production chemistry.
- Horizontal well completions.
- Hydraulic fracturing - design and treatment.
- Unconventional Reservoir Production (Rate Transient) Analysis.
ATCE will be hosted by ADNOC and take place under the patronage of the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Saudi Aramco and Shell are supporting the event as principal sponsors, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) will be the diamond sponsor, and OiLSERV and Industrialization & Energy Services Company (TAQA) will be the platinum sponsors.
For more information about SPE ATCE, and to register free for the exhibition, please go to: http://www.spe.org/events/en/2016/conference/16atce/homepage.html
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
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