About the Conference
With more than 25 years as one of the foremost technical events for the E&P industry in the region, the next SPE Latin American and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference (LACPEC) will be held virtually on 27-31 July 2020.
With the theme, "Going Beyond the Limits: Emerging Technologies for a Sustainable Energy Balance," the conference will unveil actionable insights and strategic partnerships for capitalizing on the region’s oil and gas opportunities.
LACPEC uniquely showcases cutting-edge research and development in petroleum engineering with an emphasis on meeting the industry's current and future technical needs.
New this Year! Two premier SPE conferences for the Price of One
For the first time, LACPEC will be co-located with the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability.
Held at the same venue on the same dates, attendees only pay one registration fee to access both conference technical programs and a shared exhibition floor.
Be a part of these events and discover the key drivers that influence the region and shape operational excellence in the upstream petroleum sector.
Make Plans to Attend these Newly Co-Located Events!
FROM OUR SISTER PUBLICATION, THE JOURNAL OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY
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- Petrobras to Sell Shallow-Water Campos, Santos Basin Fields
- Pemex Unveils Plan To Undo “Failure of Energy Reform”
GLOBAL ENERGY BRIEF OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Download the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP) first of a series of Global Energy Briefs (pdf) to learn why Central and South America* is one of the world’s major oil and gas producing regions, and held one fifth of the world’s proved oil reserves.
*Territory extending from Guatemala and Belize south to the tip of Cape Horn and including the Caribbean Sea.
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