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2019 Exploration and Production Winter Standards Meeting

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When: January 21, 2019 - January 25, 2019

Where:Hyatt Regency San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

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Preliminary Program - available soon

The development of consensus standards is one of API’s oldest and most successful programs. It covers about 550 standards for all segments of the oil and natural gas industry. The breadth of this vital program is an important indication of the varied industry contacts that attendees can make during the sessions and networking opportunities.


Reason for Attending

  • You will be able to keep up with the latest ideas and technologies, gain knowledge, and stay technically competent, while helping to keep industry advances rolling out. 
  • Participate in a proven method of information exchange about problems and opportunities, sharing knowledge with international experts. 
  • Learn the “story behind the standard” or the reasoning and perspective that let you apply industry specifications with sound judgment.

Questions?

Registration: 202-682-8195 or registrar@api.org
Membership status: 202-682-8475 or saundersl@api.org
Logistics: Arnetta Smith, 202-682-8149 or smitha@api.org
Program: David Miller, 202-682-8159 or miller@api.org 
Program: Roland Goodman, 202-682-8571 or goodmanr@api.org

Preliminary Program - available soon

The Committee on Standardization of Oilfield Equipment and Materials, CSOEM, is responsible for ~275 standards that form the basis of the API Monogram Program. The technical subcommittees that report to the CSOEM are:

  • Subcommittee 2, Offshore Structures
  • Subcommittee 5, Tubular Goods
  • Subcommittee 6, Valve & Wellhead Equipment
  • Subcommittee 8, Drilling Structures
  • Subcommittee 10, Well Cements
  • Subcommittee 11, Field Operating Equipment
  • Subcommittee 13, Drilling, Completion and Fluids
  • Subcommittee 15, Fiberglass and Plastic Pipe
  • Subcommittee 16, Drilling Well Control Equipment
  • Subcommittee 17, Subsea Production Equipment
  • Subcommittee 18, Quality
  • Subcommittee 19, Completion Equipment
  • Subcommittee 20, Supply Chain Management
  • Subcommittee 21, Materials

*As not all subcommittees meet at each meeting please be sure and check the online program to verify which subcommittees are meeting at this conference.


Who Should Attend

Members of API Exploration and Production Standards Committees and Subcommittees. The meeting should also be of interest to:
  • Users and manufacturers of oil country tubular goods
  • Users and manufacturers of drill-through and well control equipment
  • Users and manufacturers of well cement
  • Users and manufacturers of drilling Fluids
  • Users and manufacturers of drilling and hoisting equipment
  • Users and manufacturers of subsea production systems
  • Materials engineers
  • Quality management system professionals
  • Supply chain management and professionals

Sponsor an Attendee

Share your standards expertise with the next generation of oil and natural gas professionals by providing a complimentary registration. The cost is free and your sponsored attendee is welcomed at all 2019 API Standards meetings.

Complimentary registration is limited to first-time attendees only. Those persons must be sponsored, and accompanied, by a prior API standards meeting participant from the same company. Pre-registration is required. All hotel and travel expenses are the responsibility of the participant/attendee. You may only register two sponsored attendees, and on-site registration cannot be accepted for them.

Sponsor Application and Agreement

Exhibitor Application and Agreement

Fax to 202-682-8222 

Logo and Company Description due with Application

Information for Sponsors and Exhibitors - Available soon



Sponsors

Opportunity  Cost Availability Sponsor
General Session Breakfast $3,500 5 Available
Central Coffee/Refreshment Breaks $1,500 5 Available
Networking Break (Monday) $1,500 Available
Networking Break (Tuesday) $1,500 Available
Reception $3,500 5 Available
Registration Lanyards $5,000 Available
Registration Bags $6,000 Available
Mobile Device Power Banks $5,500 Available  
Wi-Fi Access in Meeting Space $5,000 Available
Meeting App $6,500  Available

Exhibitors

Materials Development Corp.


Hyatt Regency San Antonio
123 Losoya Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205

Online Reservations - available soon

Call: 1-800-233-1234. Questions? Call 210-222-1234
Group Reference: When making reservations, you may mention the American Petroleum Institute to receive the group rate.

Room Rate: Mention API Group Rate - $239 single/double occupancy

Reservation Deadline: January 8, 2019 by 5:00 pm, local time or until room block is sold out. After this date and time, reservations will be accepted at the group room rate on a space available basis only or at the hotel's best rate available at the time.
Reservations Questions: Contact the hotel directly at 210-222-1234.

Room Guarantee and Reservation Cancellation: A credit card guarantee is required to confirm and hold your reservation. Cancellations must be received by the hotel at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to arrival, and a cancellation number must be obtained, or your credit card will be charged for the first night’s room rate.


Avoid Housing Scams

Note: API has not contracted with any third party for hotel arrangements and will not call or email you directly to make housing arrangements on your behalf.

Should you receive a call or email from a third-party provider, please collect as much information as you can and let us know immediately. “Room Poachers” have been known to act as representatives of API, or authorized providers of API, to offer room discounts or alternative accommodations to our attendees – often to the attendee’s detriment. These companies are not affiliated with API, and reservations made through these companies for our meeting cannot be guaranteed.

How It Works

This deceptive practice (called “room poaching”) is carried out by third‐party companies that act as travel agencies, wholesalers, or even API to solicit registrants for room reservations. The poacher might inform registrants that the hotel room block is “sold out,” and that if you do not book with them immediately, you may not get a room. Room poachers make it more difficult for us to meet our room block commitments, and expose us to penalties and increased room rates for our events. Room poachers often don’t deliver on promises to customers. When customers arrive, reservations are non‐existent or the hotels are not conveniently located. Sometimes the rooms have been cancelled and hefty cancellation fees have been placed on the customer’s credit card.

Don’t Be Deceived

If you are contacted by anyone asking if you need a room for the API Conference, please get as much information as you can (their name, company name, phone number, etc.) and pass it along to registrar@api.org. Always make your room reservation directly with the information provided by API or a trusted source.

API will use all legal means possible to prevent these groups from operating.

Please contact registrar@api.org with any questions.