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Energy Industry Prepares for the 2016 Offshore Technology Conference

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With a career in energy spanning More than 30 years, former Shell executive David Lawrence is an expert in the field. While at Shell, David Lawrence offered support to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) through participation in technical sessions, keynote presentations, and advocacy scholarship programs. This year, the AAPG is sponsoring the Offshore Technology Conference.

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Energy Industry Prepares for the 2016 Offshore Technology Conference

  1. 1. ENERGY INDUSTRY PREPARES FOR THE 2016 OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE David Lawrence, Shell
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  With a career in energy spanning More than 30 years, former Shell executive David Lawrence is an expert in the field. While at Shell, David Lawrence offered support to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) through participation in technical sessions, keynote presentations, and advocacy scholarship programs. This year, the AAPG is sponsoring the Offshore Technology Conference. The Offshore Technology Conference is one of the nation's largest trade shows, presenting topics, networking opportunities, and new technologies that are relevant to energy professionals. It has been held yearly in Houston, Texas, since 1969.
  3. 3. OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE  The 2016 conference will occur May 2 through 5, with training courses available beginning April 30. Topics will include efforts and strategies in oil price regulation, cyber-safety and other risk- management trends, and addressing aging oil fields. Universities will showcase their latest research and development, an awards ceremony will recognize key achievements, and attendees will be invited to a special evening of Major League Baseball with the Houston Astros. Those interested can register online at 2016.otcnet.org.

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