December 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: ECCs, owners exchange views at annual meeting

This year's Engineering & Construction Contracting (ECC) Conference attracted over 265 registered attendees. Joining under the theme of "An Industry In Challenging Times: Unlocking New ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

This year's Engineering & Construction Contracting (ECC) Conference attracted over 265 registered attendees. Joining under the theme of "An Industry In Challenging Times: Unlocking New Opportunities," representatives from the owner / operators (o/o's), ECCs, service providers, and market analysts examined the state of the industry. Keynote speakers, panelists and workshop leaders convened in San Francisco, California, Oct. 3 - 4, to share their perspectives on both broad and specific business issues. The following highlights of the two-day meeting provide an overview of some of the most debated topics. Shape of

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