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DCTZ 2011 encourages candid discussions on cutting-edge technologies

Posted on 06 September 2011

Drilling & Completing Trouble Zones Forum 2011 (DCTZ), 25-27 October in Galveston, Texas, will focus on new well-construction technologies and emphasize key topics such as real-time monitoring, expandables, swelling technologies and case histories from Malaysia, Caspian Sea, West Africa, Gulf of Mexico and other regions. A special session will address implications of API Recommended Practice 96, developed in response to the Macondo blowout on an accelerated time frame. The event will be held at the Galveston Convention Center at the San Luis Resort.

DCTZ, endorsed by IADC, is led by Technical Advisory Board co-chairmen Dr Flavio Dias De Moraes, well engineering manager, Petrobras America, and David Reid, vice president-global corporate accounts, National Oilwell Varco.

DCTZ encourages frank discussion by offering no proceedings and excluding press.

As an added bonus, DCTZ includes an additional Horizontal Drilling Workshop on 25 October. Space limited to early registrants.

For more information or to register, click here.

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  1. gene sweeney Says:

    How much is this?

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