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May 9, 2019
07:30 AM - 06:30 PM

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MPUR 2019 Conference
Houston,TX, Houston, Texas

The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR) is an industry leading formula for sharing learnings and generating discussion exclusively on topics associated with multiphase pumping. MPUR is the only event solely focused on multiphase pumping. MPUR has a strong technical perspective provided by the active participation of the Distinguished Advisory Board, Petroleum ETC assembles for the event. The event is based on end-user presentations and features strong end-user leadership in discussion, technology panel sessions, and overall quality of the event. Historically, our MPUR events are the first to receive historic case histories and the latest field-trail and testing results; often years before they appear in oil & gas conferences and journals. MPUR is supported by the leading multiphase pump equipment suppliers whose active involvement brings discussion on the latest emerging technologies. Petroleum ETC and the distinguished Advisory Board has set our sights on diving deeper into cross team disciplinary roles. Respectfully we present your technical tracks for decision makers in the oil and gas upstream sector. On May 9, 2019 MPUR – IOR & EOR technical tracks will provide the technology for interesting subjects. The timing of the conference is during OTC week. Petroleum ETC will provide all the coordination, program development and advertising for the event. MPUR – IOR & EOR will be a one-day event. Here’s the details you will need to make your decisions on how to get involved.

Pricing is based on al-a-cart options or all day pass. For the all day pass your meals and entry to the reception is included.
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Jun 10 - 12, 2019
08:00 AM - 06:00 PM

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Petroleum ETC Frac School 101, 102, 103 - Hydraulic Fracturing Overview
1301 Fannin Street "Station Houston", Houston, Texas

Early Bird Discount code "Early" Save $600 on the 3-day pass
The focus of the course is, perceptibly, on fracturing: the universal process for Shale and Conventional plays, rock properties/log analysis, regulatory issues, and specifics of propping agents, frac fluids, and forced closure.
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