DOT Deep Offshore Technology

Unlocking Deepwater Assets through Technology

Nov 28, 2006 - Nov 30, 2006
Target groups: technicians, skilled tradesmen, engineers
Category: Congress
As oil and gas E&P moves into deeper waters and undeveloped host regions, the offshore industry faces new challenges in finding and developing deepwater reserves. Meeting those challenges is at the heart of the theme for this year's Deep Offshore Technology Conference. Unlocking Deepwater Assets through Technology, the theme for DOT 2006, reflects the industry's desire to gain the most return on investment the use of new and existing technology.

For the first time in its history, DOT moves to Houston, Texas, this year and is expected to attract over 2,500 attendees from the energy centers of the world, including Europe, West Africa, South America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Russia. Drawing on its wide base of experience, the technical conference will address the complex and changing role of deepwater E&P in an evolving energy market.

With the key drivers of rising energy demand and increasing commodity prices, major operators and independents alike are expanding their search for new reserves, moving into deeper water and more hostile environments. DOT 2006 will address the challenges and opportunities of new operating arenas and will discuss how technology will play a major role in making new, more demanding projects successful and profitable.

This year's host, Kerr-McGee, will play a key role in attracting conference participation from major and independent operators worldwide. Kerr-McGee is known for applying innovative technology and management to a variety of projects. Gary Mitchell of Kerr-McGee, with long-time experience in the offshore industry and the DOT Advisory Board, serves as the chairman of this yearїs conference and will take a leadership role in the development of the program.
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, Texas, USA



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