NEWS 1997 OTC highlights 50 years of offshore technological progress

Richard Wheatley Associate Managing Editor-News Barbara Saunders Staff Writer More than 35,000 industry participants were expected to attend the 4-day Offshore Technology Conference in Houston last week. First-day total registrations were 27,528, up 4,972 from the first day of the 1996 conference, an indicator of stronger industry activity and optimism. At OGJ presstime May 8, 40,956 had registered. In 1996, 36,424 attended the conference. U.S. Energy Sec. federico Pena addresses reporters during OTC. Speakers from private and public sectors recognized an important milestone for the oil and gas industry as the 29th Offshore Technology Conferen...

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