MAY 7, 2020 IN HOUSTON, TEXAS
Multiphase Pump User Roundtable
About the Event
Advancing Multiphase Pumping
May 7, 2020 | During OTC in Houston, TX
Join us for the 21st anniversary of MPUR! This elite event gives thought leaders, decision makers and strategic partnerships the opportunity to meet in a special setting to explore the latest advancements and applications of this rapidly maturing technology. The take away from this event has stood the test of time: from offshore projects to the grand stage, you will gain specific insight only participants of Petroleum ETC can share.
For two decades, MPUR has been the event to hear end-user experiences in the evolving area of multiphase pumping. Our case-history presentations are from the end-users; that is the oil and gas company relaying their direct experience. The presentations of MPUR often represent the only forum in which key lessons are shared. Our distinguished Advisory Board assembles breakout groups and panel sessions to maximize the exchange between participants on topics such as seafloor boosting, pad-based onshore developments, multiphase and subsea use of ESP's and development of industry standards.
Join us at the next MPUR event to find out what multiphase pumping can do for your operations.
Submit Your Abstract Today!
On May 7, 2020 MPUR – The timing of the conference is during OTC week. Petroleum ETC will provide all the coordination, program development and advertising for the event. MPUR will be a one-day event. To allow time for organization of the conference we would like to have abstracts submitted no later than October 15th, 2019. This will allow us to begin speaker announcements and build awareness of the event news.
Why Should I Attend?
This year's theme: Multiphase Pumping Solutions - Collaborating to develop new emerging technology and sharing innovative ideas has advanced multiphase solutions. Partnerships and collaboration are key to unlocking value in the oil and gas industry.
The Multiphase Pump User Roundtables are an interactive forum, emphasizing case study examples and field-proven technologies. By engaging, and sometimes challenging the speakers, audience members play a crucial role in facilitating the exchange of information. Brief, PowerPoint presentations help speakers set the stage, but it is the extended, interactive discussions that tease out and explore critical issues.
The typical attendee has a background in Mechanical Engineer, Flow Assurance, Pre-Projects, SURF, Architectural Project Manager, Facilities, Reservoir/Production Engineer, Completions, and Data Science engineers. Advisory Members experience range from experts to those having a baseline understanding of the specific issues being address in each session. Not only does this interactive format bring the presentation material into better focus, it also ensures the program content is responsive to the needs of each participant.