Sunday Reception

Sunday Reception: Enjoy food, drinks, and the company of your peersCome join us for the Welcome Reception Sunday, March 1 starting at 6pm at the Petroleum Club. Enjoy the best view of Downtown Oklahoma City while eating great food, enjoying adult beverages, and meeting with your peers in a relaxed setting.

Please check driving conditions and be safe when travelling to and from the symposium.

February 28, 2015
1:14 pm US/Central

Light Freezing Drizzle

25º F

Current Conditions:
Light Freezing Drizzle

Sat - Light Wintry Mix, High: 31
Sun - Cloudy, High: 39

Make sure and sign up for the Sunday reception and the Monday lunch with keynote speaker Harold Hamm


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The Event is held at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, OK

1 Myriad Gardens

OKC, OK 73102

Keynote Speaker at Monday Lunch

Harold Hamm SPE POS 2015 Keynote Speaker

The Keynote speaker at the Monday Lunch for 2015 SPE Production and Operations Symposium will be Mr. Harold Hamm of Continental Resources. 

Growing up in rural Oklahoma, Harold Hamm was the last of 13 children born to sharecroppers. He went to work in the oil fields as a teenager and established Continental Resources in 1967 at the age of 21. He built a grassroots startup into an NYSE-traded, Top 10 producer of petroleum liquids in the United States. As a voice for America’s oil and natural gas industry, he’s on a mission to help make America energy independent within the next decade.

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This biennial symposium held at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City is devoted to showcasing the most advanced proven technologies as well as future or emerging technological concepts to further the development and production of oil and natural gas.

The meeting will present papers to help operators achieve commercial viability with innovative solutions to drilling, completion, and production engineering issues. The goal is to help the oil and gas industry improve well and program economics and extend commercial success to reservoirs that are difficult to produce.

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