Exhibitor Prospectus - Society of Petroleum Engineers


Exhibitor Prospectus - Society of Petroleum Engineers

Exhibitor Prospectus

New Orleans

SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition

30 September–2 October » Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA » www.spe.org/atce

Dear Industry Colleague,

Welcome to ATCE 2013 and thank you for considering participating in this important industry event.

ATCE 2013, being held 30 September to 2 October, will again offer an international platform for key oil

and gas professionals to share and discuss current industry topics, exchange expertise, present stateof-the-art

technologies, and stimulate further research of technical and business activities.

ATCE is one of the world’s most renowned oil and gas events. With an expected attendance of over

9,000 in the 2013 ATCE, we are confident that exhibiting in this event will be extremely beneficial to

your organization.

We encourage you to submit your exhibit contract on time in order to find an exhibition space that

meets your requirements. Below are some of the important dates and deadlines to remember.



7 September 2012 Priority deadline date for submittal of contracts by exhibitors with priority

numbers 1–161

10 September 2012 ATCE management will begin calling exhibitors with priority numbers 1–161 to

pre-assign booth locations based on priority numbers

8–10 October 2012 ATCE 2012

9 October 2012 On-site Priority Exhibit Space Selection

10 October 2012 On-site Priority Exhibit Space Selection

16 November 2012 Deadline for requesting a reduction in exhibition booth size, paying the 25% deposit,

or cancelling with no fine

We look forward to seeing you at the 2013 ATCE.

Craig W. Moritz

Senior Manager of Sales and Exhibits

About ATCE

Since its first conference 88 years ago, the Society of

Petroleum Engineers’ Annual Technical Conference and

Exhibition (ATCE) has attracted more than a half million of

the E&P industry’s greatest minds from around the globe.

Technical sessions, presented concurrently with an

exhibition, focus on all phases of oil and gas exploration

and production. Special events allow E&P professionals

to network with colleagues from around the world and

celebrate key successes in the industry.

On a yearly basis, this renowned event offers its attendees:

• 350+ peer-selected technical papers covering current

applications and future technologies

• Expanded technical content and events for projects,

facilities, and construction professionals

• 450+ exhibiting companies showcasing the latest

technologies, new product launches, and valuable

industry services

• Numerous networking events, student and young

professional activities, and training courses

Opening General Session, ATCE 2011

Why Exhibit at ATCE 2013?

• A world class event with 88 years of excellence

• The ideal event to build prospect databases

• Over 9,000 highly qualified engineers and other oil

and gas professionals searching for the latest industry

developments and technology advancements

• A gathering for international industry media

• Access to a robust marketing and PR campaign including

electronic guest invitations to distribute to your clients

and business associates, and exhibitor newsletters

covering all elements of ATCE to keep you abreast of

recent developments

• A dedicated sales and exhibits team that helps and

guides you throughout your participation at the event to

ensure your success

• Easy travel and accommodation arrangements and

negotiated rates for exhibitor housing at official

ATCE hotels

New Orleans, Louisiana**

Exhibit Floor, ATCE 2011

ATCE Facts and Figures*

• 99% of the event attendees visited the

2011 exhibition

• 74% of the attendees spent 4+ hours on the

exhibit floor in 2011

• 97% of the event attendees said they would

definitely, probably, or possibly recommend the

event to their peers and colleagues

• Over the years, ATCE attendees rate their

networking experience as “Very Good”

* Based on the SPE attendee survey conducted in 2011. ** http://gnoinc.org/explore-the-region/

With 88%* of the nation’s oil rigs located off New

Orleans coast, and with it being one of the top three cities

producing oil and gas in the USA, the city is the ideal

location for exhibitors and participants to network and

share best practices and future technologies at ATCE 2013.

Jazz Quartet at the famous Spotted Cat club. Photo courtesy New Orleans CVB

Countries From Which ATCE 2011 Attendees Came



New Zealand

















Côte d’Ivoire














The Netherlands





Saudi Arabia




South Africa






Trinidad and Tobago


United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

United States



Attendees by Technical Interest*

Projects, Facilities and Construction 8%

Attendees by Job Classification*


Management and Information 11%

Production and Operations 22%

Health, Safety and Environment 2%

Drilling and Completions 36%





Engineer 24%

University Student 17%

Manager 17%

Sales 14%

Executive 11%

Consultant 6%

Researcher 4%

Geologist/Geophysicist 3%

Educator 3%

Technician 1%

Reservoir Description and Dynamics 21%


ATCE Attendance 2007–2011

Attendees by Job Title*






California, USA – 8,286

Colorado, USA – 9,831

Louisiana, USA – 8,488

Tuscany, Italy – 4,700

Colorado, USA – 9,400

Government / Library Education 6%

Consulting Company 7%

Engineering / Construction 8%

Equipment / Supplies 10%

Contractor 1%

Other 25%



2008 2009 2010 2011

Service 21%

Operating Company 22%

*Based on the SPE attendee survey conducted in 2011.

Opening General Session, ATCE 2011

The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial

Convention Center

The 3.1 million square feet convention center includes 140 meeting

rooms, 12 combinable exhibit halls, 2 ballrooms each exceeding 30,000

square feet, and a 4,000-seat theater.

Top US States for 2011 Attendees

With 1.1 million square feet of contiguous exhibit space, an award

winning staff and first class amenities, the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial

Convention Center (MCCNO) is a consistent top 10 host of the largest

number of conventions and tradeshows annually.

California Colorado Louisiana

Oklahoma Pennsylvania Texas


Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Photo courtesy New Orleans CVB.

Top International Countries

for 2011 Attendees

Brazil Canada France

Nigeria Norway Saudi Arabia

United Kingdom

Masquerade Reception, ATCE 2011

Event Attendees, ATCE 2011

Exhibiting at ATCE

How Do I Exhibit?

Once your company has elected to participate in this prestigious event,

follow these four easy steps:

• Review all exhibit information carefully

• Select five (5) preferred booth locations

• Complete and return your Application/Contract for Exhibit Space

with the required 25% minimum deposit and your Designated

Contact Form

• Contact your sales representative to go over all the details or

booth availability

How Is Space Assigned?

• Exhibit space is assigned for the period of the 2013 SPE Annual

Technical Conference and Exhibition only

• Exhibit space is assigned based on the ATCE Priority Number System.

Priority assignments will be completed at 2012 SPE ATCE. Space

applications/contracts received after 2012 ATCE will be assigned in

contract receipt order

• Minimum reservation is 100 square feet

What Do I Receive?

• Unique promotional and advertising opportunities to help increase

your company’s exposure

• Targeted, global marketing campaigns, featuring highlights of the

exhibition and conference program, as well as strategically-placed

advertising in key industry publications

• Electronic guest invitations to distribute to your clients and business

associates which allows them to visit the exhibition on the day of

their choice

• Five (5) complimentary exhibitor registrations per 100 sq ft of

booth space

• Company promotion in the ATCE On-Site Program and listing in its

“Products and Services Index” section (dependent upon submittal of

information by the published deadline)

• A comprehensive, online Exhibitor Services Manual providing essential

exhibiting information

Exhibitor newsletters covering all elements of ATCE to keep you

abreast of recent developments

• Negotiated rates for exhibitor housing at official ATCE hotels

• Online support through the official ATCE website at


• Access to the post-conference attendee survey results and findings

• A copy of the CD Proceedings sent to the exhibits contact after

the conference

Marketing and Promotional Opportunities

Advertising Opportunities

• 2013 ATCE Preview–sent to more than 60,000 subscribers of SPE’s

flagship publication, Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT)

• 2013 ATCE Program– distributed on-site to more than

9,000 attendees

• Website banner ads–increase exposure on ATCE’s website,

www.spe.org/atce, which receives more than 60,000 visits each year

• SPE Today– ATCE’s official daily newspaper is brought to you by

the editorial staff of JPT. More than 9,000 copies are available

to attendees over the 3 days of the event. Contact your JPT sales

representative for more details

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship geared to driving sales such as the conference sponsorship

can be an extremely potent promotional tool, sponsorships geared to

wide exposure such as the Delegate Bags, Lanyards, and CD Proceedings

improve how companies are perceived by their target audience. ATCE

offers both types of sponsorships through a variety of packages that

include unique and tailored benefits.

ATCE also provides unique opportunities for your company to reach a

certain demographic or technical group through event sponsorships like

the Young Professionals Reception.

Contact the SPE sales team today to find out more about advertising

and sponsorship opportunities.

Young Professionals Luncheon, ATCE 2011

Attention 2012 ATCE Exhibitor

Important information for ATCE 2012 exhibitors who plan to

exhibit at ATCE 2013.

All 2012 exhibiting companies have a priority rank and will

have the opportunity to participate in the advanced or on-site

exhibit space selection process. This process allows you to select

and reserve your exhibit space for ATCE 2013 before or while at

ATCE 2012.

Advanced Priority Exhibit Space Selection

Who: Exhibitors with a Priority Rank of 1–161

When: 10 September 2012

Exhibitors with a priority rank of 1–161 must submit an Application/

Contract for Exhibit Space no later than 7 September 2012 to participate

in the advanced exhibit space selection process.

On 10 September 2012, ATCE Show Management will begin calling

exhibitors, in priority order, to pre-assign those with a priority rank

of 1–161. This pre-assignment will help with companies whose space

selection sometimes requires redrawing of the floor plan during the

selection process.

Please refer to the enclosed preliminary floor plan (subject to change).

Once the selection process begins, the ATCE 2013 floor plan will be

updated in real-time and will be available at:


On-site Priority Exhibit Space Selection

Who: Exhibitors with a Priority Rank of 162 or higher

When: Tuesday, 9 October 2012 and Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

Approximately two weeks prior to ATCE 2012, the on-site space selection

schedule will be posted on the ATCE website at www.spe.org/atce/2013.

Exhibitors with a priority rank of 162 or higher will receive a link to the

on-site space selection schedule via email. This schedule will include

your appointed time slot* for exhibit space selection. The schedule will

also be distributed to your booth at ATCE 2012.

Exhibit space selections will take place Tuesday, 9 October 2012 and

Wednesday, 10 October 2012, in the Rebooking Lounge behind the SPE

Pavilion, booth number 3350.

On-site Rebooking Instructions

1. Review all exhibit information carefully.

2. Read the Terms & Conditions on the Application/Contract for

Exhibit Space.

3. Select five exhibit space choices based on the enclosed floor plan.

(Those with lower priority numbers are asked to consider their ranking

when making preferred space selections, knowing that there will be

diminished choices later in the process).

4. Consult the space selection schedule and priority point list to

determine your appointed time.

5. View the updated ATCE 2013 floor plan online before leaving for ATCE

2012 to see how the selections of the top 161 priority exhibitors affect

your choices.

6. Complete the Application/Contract for Exhibit Space and take it with

you at your appointed time to the Rebooking Lounge, which will be

located behind the SPE Pavilion on the exhibit floor.

7. Arrive 10–15 minutes early to submit your Application/Contract for

Exhibit Space and to review the current ATCE 2013 floor plan for

available space before making your final selection.

If you are unable to attend the on-site priority exhibit space selection

at your appointed time, you must submit your Application/Contract

for Exhibit Space by 17 September 2012 to ATCE by fax at +1.866.491.7171

or email at sales@spe.org. ATCE Show Management will act as your

proxy to assign the best space available to your company during your

appointed time. You must receive a confirmation that an Application/

Contract for Exhibition Space has been received by ATCE Show

Management to insure your proxy will be made.

Please do not submit an Application/Contract for Exhibit Space before

your appointed time slot if you will be rebooking on-site.

If you miss your appointed time slot and have not submitted your

Application/Contract for Exhibit Space for ATCE Show Management to

serve as a proxy, you can still select space by going to the Rebooking

Lounge and checking with ATCE staff. However, the selection of

available space will diminish rapidly.

*Time slots assigned by priority number.

Post-Show Exhibit Space Selection

After all advanced and on-site priority time slots expire, space selection

will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis regardless of priority

rank or past participation. ATCE 2013 exhibit space will not be assigned

without a completed Application/Contract for Exhibit Space. A 25%

deposit will be due on 16 November 2012 to confirm exhibit space. All

exhibitors will have until 16 November 2012 to request a reduction in size

or cancel their space with no penalty.

Exhibit Floor, ATCE 2011

ATCE 2012 Exhibitors May not reflect changes made after 5 July 2012.

3F Chimica Americas, Inc.

3M Energy & Advanced

Materials Division Oakdale


AC Tech North America, Inc.

Aclaro Softworks, Inc.

Advanced Logic Technology (ALT)

Aera Energy LLC


Aker Solutions Well Intervention Services


Alberta Government

Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures


Allied Wireline

Alloy Screen Works


Ametek Chandler Engineering


APEX, a SIGMA 3 Company


Applied Physics Systems

APS Technology Inc.


Arnco Hardbanding

Arnold Magnetic Technologies

Artex Group LLC.

Ashland Specialty Ingredients


Atlas Resin Proppants LLC

Automated Dynamics


Baker Hughes

BASF - The Chemical Company

Basic Energy Services Inc.

Bednet Cargo Restraint

Beicip, Inc.

Bench Tree Group

Berthold Technologies

Binder Science

Blueback Reservoir Americas LLC

Bluebeam Software Inc

Bos Solutions


Brookfield Engineering Laboratories

Bruker BioSpin

BTI Services

Buchi Corporation

Cadre Proppants

Calfrac Well Services Corp

Calsep Inc.

Canada Tech

Canrig Drilling Technology Ltd.



Casedhole Solutions


CDA InterCorp


Ceradyne Inc. PetroCeram

CESI Chemical - Flotek Company

CETCO Oilfield Services Co.

C-FER Technologies

Champion Technologies

Chaparral Energy


Chevron Upstream & Gas, a

division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

ClampOn, Inc.

Clariant Oil Services

Clary E&I Services

Cobra Downhole Motors

Compressco Partners, L.P.

Computer Modelling Group Ltd.

CoorsTek Technical Ceramics

Core Lab Instruments

Core Lab Petroleum Services

Core Laboratories



Croda Inc

CRS Proppants


Cudd Energy Services

Cudd Well Control

Custer Resources

Darcy Technologies Limited

Data Retrieval Corporation

DCI Corporation

Deep Casing Tools

DeGolyer and MacNaughton

Delta Screens Inc

Devin International, Inc.

Devon Energy Corporation

Digital Formation, Inc.

Digital Oilfield Solutions Ltd

Directorate General Oil & Gas of Indonesia

Don’s Directory, Inc.

Dow Oil & Gas

Draka USA

DrillGreen Petroleum Products






Dynamic Graphics, Inc.


Echometer Company




Energy Navigator

Energy Search Associates

EngATech Inc

Epilog Laser

ESG Solutions

ESSS North America Inc.

Etech International Limited

EV Downhole Video



Extreme Telematics Corp

Fann Instrument Company


Fekete Associates Inc.


Fesco Crane Services

Fesco Pipeline Pigging

Fesco Production Testing

Fesco Slickline


Fike Corporation


Florida Chemical Co.

Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc.

Fluid Inclusion Tech.

FMC Fluid Control

FMC Measurement Solutions

FMC Subsea Systems

FMC Surface Wellhead

FMC Technologies

FORTA Corporation - Drilling Prod. Div.

Forum Energy Technologies Inc

Fractech Laboratories Ltd

Freudenberg Oil & Gas

FTS International

Fugro-Jason, Inc.

G Bopp USA

G&H Diversified Manufacturing

Gas Technology Institute (GTI)

Gasfrac Energy Service

GasGun, Inc.

GE Oil & Gas - GE Energy

Gemini Solutions Inc


GEODynamics, Inc.

geoLOGIC systems ltd.

GeoMechanics Technologies

GeoPressure Systems International Inc.

GF Environmental Labs


Global Geophysical Services, Inc.

Global Tubing

Glori Energy Inc.

GoFrac LLC


Grace Instrument Company


Gray Wireline Services Inc

Great White Energy Services

Green Field Energy Services

Guardian Global Technologies Ltd

Gustavson Associates, LLC

Guydon Software Services

Gyrodata Inc.



Harbison-Fischer, Inc.

Hardbanding Solutions

Hart Energy

HB Rentals

Horiba Instruments Inc

Hotwell U.S. LLC.

Hunting Titan

Hydraulic Rod Pumps Intl.

Hydrocarbon Data Systems, Inc.

Hydrozonix, LLC

IADC (Intl. Assn. of Drilling Contractors)



Imerys Oilfield Minerals

Independent Data Services

Ingrain Inc

INT Inc.

Integrated Reservoir Solutions


Intertek Westport Technology Center


inthinc Technology Solutions Inc.

ION Geophysical Corporation

iReservoir.com, Inc.

iSys - The Imaging Systems Group Inc.

Itasca Houston, Inc.

ITC Logistics

I-Tec Well Solutions LLC

J & J Technical Services, LLC

JAS Distributing LLC

Jet Research Center

Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT)

J-W Energy Company

JWC Environmental

Kam Controls Inc

KAPPA Engineering

Katch Kan USA, LLC

Kayden Industries

KBC Advanced Technologies Inc.


KnightHawk Engineering Incorporated

Knowledge Reservoir

Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies Inc

Kuwait Oil Company

Laversab, Inc.

Leica Geosystems Inc.

Leistritz Corporation USA


Leutert Instruments

Light Tower Rentals


Lufkin Industries


Magnum Oil Tools International

Marathon Oil Co.

Maxflo Oilfield Chemical Solutions LLC

MDA Geospatial Services Inc.



Micro Motion

MicroSeismic, Inc

Micro-Smart Systems, Inc.

Mineracao Curimbaba

Mission Well Services, LLC

Modeling Technologies Center


Montana Tech.

MWV Specialty Chemicals

Naex Corporation

Nalco Company

National Oilwell Varco

Navigate Energy Service LLC

NCS Energy Services Inc


New Prospect Company

New Tech Global

Newpark Drilling Fluids


NSI Technologies Inc.

Numerical Rocks

Occidental Petroleum Corp.

Offshore Magazine

OFI Testing Equipment, Inc.

Oil and Gas Facilities Magazine

Oil & Gas Financial Journal

Oilennium Ltd

Oilfield Technology Group

Oilfield Technology Magazine

Optimization Petroleum Technologies, Inc



Owen Oil Tools

Packers Plus Energy Services (USA) Inc.

PADDS - Petroleum Abstracts

Document Delivery Serv

Paine Electronics

Palisade Corporation


Pason Systems

Pegasus Vertex Inc


Pemex Exploracion y Produccion


PennWell Books

Perfomix Inc

Performance Pipe


PetroDAQ Inc.

Petroleum Abstracts/The Univ of Tulsa

Petroleum Experts Ltd.

PetroQuip Energy Services


Petrotechnical Data Systems

PetroTel, Inc.

Phoenix Reservoir Engineering

Pietro Fiorentini

Pinnacle Companies Inc

Polaris Guidance Systems LLC

Potters Industries LLC

PQ Corporation

Praxair Inc.

Precision Reservoir Modeling

Preferred Proppants, LLC

Premier Silica

Principal Technologies

Priority Energy Services LLC

ProActive Diagnostic Services Inc.


Production Control Services (PCS)


PropTester Inc

ProTechnics, Div of Core Laboratories

Protek Specialty Co

Qualmark Corporation

Quartzdyne, Inc.

R&D Solutions

R360 Environmental Solutions Inc.

Rain For Rent

Reactive Downhole Tools


Red Spider Technology

Repsol USA

Research Partnership to Secure

Energy for America


RESnet Inc.

Resource Energy Solutions

RFD Beaufort Ltd


Rike Service, Inc.

Robbins & Myers Energy Services Group

Rock Flow Dynamics

Roper Pump Company


Roxar, Inc.

Rubberatkins Inc.

Ryder Scott Petroleum Consultants

Sabre Energy Services

Safoco, Inc.

Saint-Gobain Oil & Gas Group

Saint-Gobain Proppants

Saltel Industries

Sanjel U.S.A. Inc.


SAS Institute, Inc.

Sasol North America

Sasol Olefins & Surfactants GmbH

Saudi Aramco


Schneider Electric

Sciencesoft Limited

Scorpion Oil Tools, Inc.

SDI (System Development, Inc.)

Seals Eastern Inc.

Seal-Tite International

Seed Cemented Carbide Co., Ltd.

Select Industries, Inc.


Sensor Developments





Sharp-Rock Technologies, Inc.

Sintex Minerals & Services, Inc.

SNF Inc.

SoluForce - RLP

Spartek Systems

Spatial Energy



Sproule Associates Limited

SPT Group, Inc.

Sristy Technologies LLC

Stallion Oilfield Service


Strad Oilfield Services

Streamsim Technologies

Superior Drillpipe Mfg, Inc.

Superior Energy Services

T H Hill Associates, Inc.

TAM International, Inc.

TAO Ceramics Corporation

TBC Brinadd

TDE Petroleum Data Solutions Inc

Team CO2

Tecplot Inc.

Tejas Tubular Products, Inc.

TEKLEEN Automatic Filters Inc

Tendeka BV

Tercel Oilfield Products

Tervita Corporation

Tesco Corporation


The Cavings Corporation

The Smart Pumper

Thru Tubing Solutions

Tiandi Energy

Tibco Software, Inc.

Ticona Engineering Polymers

TIW Corporation


ToxStrategies Inc

Trailer Transit Inc

Transform Software


Trendsetter Electronics

Trican Well Service Ltd.

TrueNorth Steel

TSC Drill Pipe

Tubel Energy

Tubular Perforating Manufacturing, Ltd.


TXAM Pumps

U.S. Dept. of Energy - NETL

U.S. Silica Company


Unimin Corp.

United States Rig Activity

Universal Systems

University of Oklahoma MPGE

University of Southern California

Viterbi School of Engineering

University of Texas PETEX

University of Tulsa, Master

of Energy Business

University of Tulsa-Continuing Education

for the Sciences and Engineering

Upstream, The International

Oil & Gas Newspaper

US Synthetic

US Water Energy Services

Valin Corporation

Valqua America Inc

Varel International

Variance Reduction International, Inc.

VERUTEK Technologies

Vindum Engineering, Inc.

Visualization Sciences Group

Wearsox LP


Weatherford Completions

Weatherford Drilling

Weatherford Evaluation

Weatherford Intervention

Weatherford Laboratories

Weatherford Production

Webac Gesellschaft Fur

Maschinen Bau mbH

Well Control Training

Well Master Corporation


Wells Fargo Advisors


Western Falcon Inc.

Wild Well Control, Inc.

World Oil

W-Technology Link

WWT International

Wyoming Carbon Capture &

Storage Technology Institute


SPE Sales Team

Companies beginning with A–E

Joan Payne, Exhibits and Sponsorship Sales Manager

222 Palisades Creek Drive

Richardson, Texas 75080-2040 USA

P O Box 833836, Richardson

Texas 75083-3836 USA

Tel: +1.800.456.6863, ext. 356 (US and Canada)

or +1.972.952.9356

Fax: +1.866.491.7171

Email: jpayne@spe.org

Companies beginning with F–Pd

Kristin Stavinoha, Exhibits and

Sponsorship Sales Representative

10777 Westheimer Rd., Suite 1075

Houston, TX 77042-3455 USA

Tel: +1.713.457.6827

Fax: +1.713.779.4216

Email: kstavinoha@spe.org

Companies beginning with Pe–Z

Kirk Colligan, Exhibits and

Sponsorship Sales Representative

222 Palisades Creek Drive

Richardson, Texas 75080-2040 USA

P O Box 833836

Richardson, Texas 75083-3836 USA

Tel: +1.800.456.6863, ext. 516 (US and Canada)

or +1.972.952.9516

Fax: +1.866.491.7171

Email: kcolligan@spe.org

Companies in the European Region

Dean Guest, Sales Manager–Events, Europe,

Russia, Caspian, and Sub-Saharan

First Floor, Threeways House,

40/44 Clipstone Street,

London W1W 5DW UK

Tel: +

Fax: +44.20.7299.3309

Email: dguest@spe.org

Companies in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia Region

Sween Rajan, Sponsorship and Exhibits Specialist

SPE Middle East, North Africa & India

P O Box 215959, Fortune Tower

31st Floor, Jumeira Lake Towers

Dubai, U.A.E.

Tel: +971.4. 457.5850

Fax: +971.4.366.4648

Email: srajan@spe.org

Companies in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia Region

Taghreed Khallaf, Sponsorship and Exhibits Specialist

SPE Middle East, North Africa & India

P O Box 215959, Fortune Tower

31st Floor, Jumeira Lake Towers

Dubai, U.A.E.

Tel: + 971.4.457.5850

Fax: +971.4.366.4648

Email: tkhallaf@spe.org

Companies in Canada

Mark Hoekstra, Sales Manager–Canada

Eau Claire Place II

900 521 – 3rd Avenue S.W.

Calgary, AB T2P 3T3 Canada

Tel. +1.403.930.5471

Fax: +1.403.930.5470

Email: mhoekstra@spe.org

Craig W. Moritz, Senior Manager of Sales and Exhibits

10777 Westheimer Rd., Suite 1075

Houston, TX 77042-3455 USA

Tel: +1.713.457.6888

Fax: +1.713.779.4216

Email: cmoritz@spe.org

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