SPE ICoTA Well Intervention Conference Highlights Video

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SPE ICoTA Well Intervention Conference Highlights Video

Posted on 05/Dec/2016
SPE ICoTA Well Intervention Conference Highlights Video

2016 Conference


Almost one month ago, SPE and ICoTA hosted their annual Well Intervention Conference at Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre on the 9th and 10th of November. 

The largest and longest established conference of its kind in Europe, the 2016 conference was attended by over 200 delegates from across the industry. 

This year saw the largest number of Operators attending, which provided a diverse audience, and an excellent networking opportunity for delegates. The conference was accompanied by a major exhibition of all the latest intervention tools, technologies and services available to the market, which proved very popular with attendees. 

As a not-for-profit event, the conference helped raised funds for ICoTA Europe to reinvest in supporting various initiatives and, in particular, help support the future generation of young engineers. 

We are delighted to present our conference video, showing highlights from the technical presentations and exhibition. 


The presentations are now available to ICoTA Europe members through the members section of the ICoTA website. If you are not a member, you can sign up for 2017 membership for only £32 plus VAT, entitling you to presentations exclusive to ICoTA Europe, discounted rates at ICoTA events, and a variety of training and networking opportunities. 

To receive updates on next year's conference, contact us to be added to the mailing list. 


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