16 April 2014

OTI at OTC Houston 2014

Reliant Pavillion, Booth 11909

OTI will be exhibiting at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), Houston, USA 2014 on Monday 5th to Thursday 8th May at the Reliant Park, Houston, Texas, USA.

Don't miss this premier industry event, attracting 90,000 oil and gas professionals from more than 120 countries.

OTC offers something for everyone in the industry – a peer-selected technical program, keynotes and panels with top executives, unique networking events, and the largest oil and gas exhibition in the world. Founded in 1969, OTC’s flagship conference is held annually in Houston. OTC has been expanded technically and globally, coming this year for the first time to Asia at which OTI exhibited.

The OTC event is the perfect opportunity to network with like-minded people, meet industry leaders and take part in innovative discussions. There will be a number of established exhibitors, including OTI, who are ready to present new products and service to industry professionals.

The OTC exhibition is a chance for attendees to experience hands-on the latest innovation and developments in the oil and gas sector. The event itself will consist of daily multiple conference streams, a large exhibition of industry suppliers and speakers including industry experts, governments and global consultants.

OTI will be proudly showcasing their AUT (Automated Ultrasonics Testing) capabilities together with their other NDT processes and their newly introduced UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) inspection service which is being received by our existing and potential new clients with great interest.

So come along and meet our senior management team – Zamrin Mohamed Daud our Managing Director and Clifton O’Keeffe, General Manager, Marketing & Operations and they will outline our capabilities and extensive operating experience. OTI hopes to see you at their booth 11909 at OTC Houston this coming May.

For more information about the services OTI offers please visit our Home Page, or call us on +603–5191–1615.