Visit IADC at OTC

Posted on 17 April 2012

Visit IADC at the 2012 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), 30 April – 3 May in Houston, at booth S14. IADC’s booth is located on the ground-floor lobby of Reliant Center – the same general area as OTC registration. You do not need to be registered for OTC to stop by the IADC booth since it’s outside the main exhibit hall.

“Drop by and visit with IADC staff during OTC, learn about current IADC activities, pick up some useful information and grab an IADC lapel pin,” said IADC group vice president/publisher Mike Killalea. “We look forward to seeing our old friends and making new ones during that busy week.”

The 2012 IADC Membership Directory and the May/June edition of Drilling Contractor will debut at OTC 2012, and are available to visitors, along with other helpful handouts.

IADC’s Accreditation and Certification Department will be on hand at Booth S14 on Monday and Thursday, while the IADC conference team will manage S14 on Tuesday and IADC’s communications staff on Wednesday. IADC’s operational staff will also be around.

IADC has been an OTC Endorsing Organization since 1991, and over the years OTC registrant surveys have consistently ranked IADC within the top three or four OTC-affiliated organizations. In all, there are 25 nonprofit organizations associated with OTC. Additionally, IADC is represented on the OTC board of directors by Morrison “Moe” Plaisance, Diamond Offshore Drilling.

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