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Together, the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability and the Latin America and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference (LACPEC), 17–19 March 2020, will offer more than 400 papers across 60 technical sessions designed to engage both industry and external experts in forward-thinking and strategic concepts.
These events will also feature E&P leaders including Vicki Ann Hollub, President and CEO, Oxy; Olivier Le Peuch, COO, Schlumberger; Fawaz K Bitar, Head of Upstream Executive Office, BP and Chairman, IOGP; as well as a shared exhibition of the latest products and services.
Register early and save USD 200 on these leading events in one location! Signing up for one event provides access to both. Also, enjoy discounted hotel rates when staying at Hilton Bogotá Corferias.
To further knowledge-sharing in the HSE and Sustainability sector, SPE’s HSE Technical Section offers select papers for free to SPE members.
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