OTC Brazil brings innovations and stands out

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Brazil was inaugurated, last Tuesday (29), at the SulAmérica Convention Center in Rio de Janeiro January. With lectures open to the public in several booths, as well as innovations technological events and parallel events in its exhibition area, the first day brought together experts and large Companies in the E&P sector to discuss the direction of offshore industry.

The French company Total, for example, talked about security work within the platforms. ExxonMobil, on the other hand, held a conference women only discuss and share industry information. The Arena Offshore presented a schedule focused on the subsea segment, with discussion on the demands and solutions for production and deep water and ultra-deep.

At the anp booth (National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels), the superintendent of Technical Data of the agency, Claudio Souza, spoke about the modernization program, which began in July 2018 and has already been approved by the collegiate board. In addition, the agency also released the first dedicated link for sending and receiving data to its Exploration and Production Database (BDEP).

Another highlight of the event is the range of technological innovations offered by companies. Shell's space, for example, has three activations in virtual reality divided into land, sky and sea. Petrobras, on the other hand, has placed a interactive area where the public can access information about the Project of Pound and pre-salt.

Thalys Gean Maciel, petroleum engineering student, UFF (Fluminense Federal University), highlighted the importance of the event: "In addition to to provide easy access to industry information, brings us closer to the opportunities and brings technological innovations, as the O&G market is in constant transformation. ”


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