2021 Offshore Technology Conference postponed to August

Nov. 16, 2020
In the coming weeks, OTC will be communicating with authors, speakers, exhibitors and partners to develop new in-person and virtual plans and ensure the conference continues to provide a platform for energy professionals to meet and exchange ideas.
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November 16, 2020 (OTC release) — The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Board of Directors has chosen to postpone the 2021 event to August 16-19 due to the ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19 and out of the greatest care for the health and safety of our partners, attendees, exhibitors, staff and community.

In the coming weeks, OTC will be communicating with authors, speakers, exhibitors and partners to develop new in-person and virtual plans and ensure the conference continues to provide a platform for energy professionals to meet and exchange ideas.

By postponing OTC to the second half of 2021, we aim to preserve the significant work of the program committee and authors, as well as minimize the economic impact this decision has on businesses in Houston and throughout the industry.

More information will be communicated as plans are finalized. Visit 2021.otcnet.org for the latest details.

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