2016 OilComm Conference & Exposition

Welcome to the OilComm Conference & Exposition! Now in its 16th year, OilComm (formerly Offshore Communications) launched in 2000, and it is the event for communications professionals in the oil & gas community, to learn from experts, discuss challenges faced, and explore cutting-edge communications and network solutions for the entire life cycle of the oil platform.

Join over a thousand of your peers in the Oil & Gas industry at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. Here are just a few of the benefits from attending this three-day event.

Sit in on three keynote sessions led by industry leaders
Earn up to 20 CPE credits over the course of three days, satisfying nearly 15% of your overall three-year requirement
Choose from more than a dozen educational breakout sessions to attend
Walk a densely populated show floor featuring more than 145 vendors showcasing the latest communications services and solutions
Network with hundreds of your peers at the Welcome Reception and the iDirect Networking Reception
Enjoy all meals and breaks over the course of the conference

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