HPHT Drilling and Completions Conference

September 23 - September 24 2014, Norris Conference Centers - City Centre, Houston, Texas, USA


Call for Abstracts is Now Open 
Gulf Publishing Company invites you to present your technical content at the 2014 World Oil High-Pressure, High-Temperature Drilling and Completions Conference, to be held September 23–24 in Houston, Texas, at the Norris Conference Centers-CityCentre. The 2014 event will feature a high-level, two-day technical program devoted to knowledge sharing and best practices in high pressure, high temperature drilling. Topics slated for discussion this year include: operator responsibility; materials and materials testing; equipment design, development and implementation; subsea technology; MDP applications under HPHT conditions; real-time production monitoring; case histories; and more.

The HPHT Drilling and Completions Conference offers both a local and global perspective providing you with the latest information on:

  • International HPHT operations from South America, Asia and more
  • The industry-wide impact of regulatory changes on operations and policy
  • Effective solutions for pressure and temperature challenges specific to HPHT settings
  • Technological advancements and best practices for improved HPHT drilling, completions and production
  • Lessons learned by professionals on active operator and service company projects

Past Presenting Companies Have Included:

  • Tarim Oilfield Company of CNPC
  • DuPont
  • FMC Technologies
  • CNPC USA
  • Schlumberger
  • Weatherford
  • and more

For more information about this conference, please contact Melissa Smith, Events Director, Gulf Publishing Company at +1 (713) 520-4475 or Melissa.Smith@GulfPub.com.

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