OTC 2017 will see AMOG presenting 5 technical papers over the course of conference proceedings next week (1-4 May 2017) in Houston, Texas.

You can register to attend OTC and come and see Prof Andrew Potts, Andrew Kilner, and Phillip Kurts present the following topics  such as LGS Technology, Robustness Criteria for FPSO design, Mooring Chains and Break Strength, Low Cost Quant Inspections, and Mooring Line Dynamic Behaviours.

Details are listed below. 

Monday 1 May

Paper OTC-27692, How the Application of LGS Technology for Drilling Risers Reduced Drilling Costs Through Improved Operability.

Presented by: Phillip Kurts

Morning Technical Session: Risers - Reducing Uncertainty

10:14 in Room 602


Tuesday 2 May

Paper 27699, Determination of Rational Robustness Criteria for FPSO Design

Presented by: Prof Andrew Potts

11:32 in the OTC Poster Lounge


Wedesday 3 May

Paper OTC-27678, Investigations into Break Strength of Mooring Chains

Presented by: Prof Andrew Potts

Morning Technical Session: Mooring System Reliability and Integrity Management

10:14 in Room 606


Wedesday 3 May

Paper OTC-27633, Advances in Low Cost, Quantitative Inspection Techniques for Floating Systems

Presented by: Prof Andrew Potts

Afternoon Technical Session: Mooring for the Future

15:28 in Room 600


Paper OTC 27668, Investigations into Observed High Frequency Mooring Line Dynamic Behaviours

Presented by: Andrew Kilner

Afternoon Technical Session: Mooring for the Future

15:50 in Room 600


The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters. OTC is the largest event in the world for the oil and gas industry featuring more than 2,300 exhibitors, and attendees representing 100 countries.


Please note that the papers listed above were prepared for presentation at OTC 2017 and the contents are subject to Copyright 2017, Offshore Technology Conference. If you would like to obtain copies of these papers, please contact OTC directly, or contact AMOG for more information. Papers from past OTC Technical Sessions can be obtained via OnePetro.