Category Archives: Offshore Technology Conference

Round One, First

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A summary in Spanish of our arguments and observations about Pemex’s participation in the 2014 Offshore Technology Conference was published in a column in the Mexico City daily newspaper REFORMA on June 10, 2014, with the title “Ronda Uno, primero.” Following the example set by Brazil, and with strong lobbying from Pemex, the Mexican government Continue Reading

Offshore Technology Conference 2014

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HOUSTON: OTC 2014 — At a $50 breakfast this morning, PEP’s Acting Director, Gustavo Hernandez, informed an industry audience of 350 that considerations of national security would require that some technical data should remain with Pemex. Such an argument could represent the camel’s nose under the tent on the upstream energy reform. One slide had Continue Reading

Download MEI report title pages from OTC 2013 interviews

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In 2013, the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), the global oil industry event that is held annually in Houston in May, attracted over 100,000 attendees. There were some 2,700 exhibitors who occupied space equivalent to eleven American football fields. There were delegates from 40 countries. Outside the exhibition floor there were panel discussions and presentations by Continue Reading