High-tech, digital technology might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of oil and natural gas. But the digital age has hit the oilfield – in the best way. New technologies are supporting more areas in oil and natural gas production than ever before, making processes more efficient, finding new energy reserves, and improving safety for employees. To showcase these innovations, The Committee for Sustaining Oklahoma’s Energy Resources (SOER) will host the 5th Annual Mid-Continent Digital Oilfield Conference (MCDOC) on January 25 and 26 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Conference Center.

Why Should You Attend?

Throughout the two-day conference, attendees will hear from local and national leaders on how technology is changing day-to-day business throughout the industry. This year’s topics include drones, well site monitoring, technology and regulations challenges and a panel discussion from Oklahoma seismicity experts. Attendees will also have a rare opportunity to tour the state of the art University of Tulsa North Campus Research Facility.

The keynote speaker is Dr. Mohan Kelkar, Williams Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the University of Tulsa. He will be talking about how research at the university level is directly contributing to technological advancements in the oilfield today.

With more than 200 attendees at last year’s event, it’s a great opportunity for oil and natural gas professionals to network with peers and learn from industry experts.

Experience the digital age of oil and natural gas up close – visit digitaloilconference.com to learn more about the event and sign up to attend today.


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