Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Now Available For 2019
Unparalleled Networking, Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities For Manufacturers, Suppliers And Service Providers Of:
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- MWD Services
- LWD Services
- Geosteering Services
- Drilling Fluids / Mud Systems
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- Drill Bits
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- Directional Tools & Drill Bits
- Rotary Steerable Tools
- Drill Waste Management Services
- Casing Design Services
- Well Control Services
- Field Development Planning Solutions
- Borehole Cleaning Services
- Bottom Hole Assembly Inspection Services
Please contact the ABC team at email@example.com to reserve strategic speaking slots and/or exhibition booths or to request a floor plan.
Meet Senior Decision Makers From:
- North America's major and super major E&Ps, as well as quick and dynamic mid-sized operators
With The Following Job Titles:
CEOs, COOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Superintendents, Supervisors, Engineers of
- Drilling & Completions
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Preview The Room
Who's In The Room This Year: Meet & Learn From Drilling Teams From...
- Discovery Natural Resources
- Gulfport Energy
- Red Willow Production
- Whiting Petroleum
- Breitburn Energy
- Le Norman Operating
- Pearl Oil & Gas
- Callon Petroleum
- Earthstone Energy
- Sable Permian Resources
- PEMEX Mexico
- Endurance Resources
- Windy Cove Energy
- Riverford Exploration
- Petro Santander
- Ultra Petroleum
- Seven Generations Energy
- Treadstone Energy Partners
- Diamondback Energy
- Pan American Energy
- Three Rivers Operating
- Vanguard Natural Resources
- Goodrich Petroleum Company
- Reliance Energy
- Paramount Resources
- Tecpetrol SA
- Antero Resources
Brand New, Highly Technical Focus Areas In 2018
- Drilling Best Practices From The Permian Basin & Beyond : Optimize Efficiencies & Performance And Reduce Non-Productive Time
- Control Drilling Costs : Opportunities And Practical Strategies To Combat, Reduce And Predict Drilling Costs As Laterals Get Deeper And Longer
- Cost-Efficiently Drill 15000 To 30,000 Foot Laterals : Not As One-Off Projects, But As The Way Of The Future
- How Far & Deep Can You Drill? Determine The Optimal Lateral Length Where ROI Is Maximized
- BHA Design For Extended Laterals : Design Philosophies To Improve Reliability While Maximizing Rate Of Penetration In Deeper, Longer Laterals
- Mud Systems : Assess The Effectiveness Of Oil-Based Vs. Water-Based Muds And New Mud Additives To Reduce Torque And Drag
- Drill Bit Selection Relative To Reservoir Types : Increase Bit Stability, Maximize Bit Life And Improve Drilling Performance
- Mud Motors : Examine Capabilities And Impact On Drilling Performance In Extended Trajectories
- Maximize Directional Efficiency In 6 ¾ Inch And 12 ¼ Inch Tubing : Overcome Efficiency, Buckling And Wear Issues
- Rotary Steerable Systems : Assess Economics, Frequency Of Use, Quality And Reliability
- Smoother Geosteering : Optimize Navigation And Control To Successfully Direct And Steer And Keep Laterals In The Zone
- Rotary Steerable Systems Vs. Conventional Motors : Compare Cost & Performance To Make The Most Effective Choice For Your Lateral Length
- Real-Time Drilling Data Analytics : Organize And Use Data Effectively To Make Better Decisions & Reduce Non-Productive Time
- Hole Cleaning : Move Cutting From The Lateral While Maximizing ROP And Maintaining ECD
- Wellbore Stability : Assess Formation Characteristics And Drilling Pressures To Prevent Hole Collapse
- Cementing : Achieve Zonal Isolation Between Frac Stages And Lower Losses
- Get Weight To The Bottom Of The Lateral : Keep Tortuosity Down To Extend The Lateral Length As Much As Possible
- Automate Drilling Systems & Processes : Improve Efficiency, Consistency And Reduce NPT
- Drilling Tools & Labor Availability : Manage The Immediate Impact Of Tool And Skilled Labor Shortage While Keeping Rigs Active