Kaufman Global Attends 2014 Offshore Technology Conference

Kaufman Global, an implementation partner of Lean, Continuous Improvement and proprietary change management techniques, will join more than 90,000 attendees, from more than 120 countries, at the 2014 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) being held from May 5-8 at the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas. OTC is an internationally-recognized event that provides access to technical information related to the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection. The event also includes the oil and gas industry’s largest equipment exhibition.

Sponsored by 13 organizations and societies who work cooperatively to develop the technical program, the annual event offers key insights by global experts on technological advances, safety and environmentally focused solutions, and economic and regulatory impacts. This year’s event will include presentations from a variety of leading oil and gas companies, including Pemex, Total, Shell, Petronas, BP, Chevron, Noble, CNOOC, Statoil, INPEX, Maersk, Marathon, and Anadarko, who will share best practices from their recent projects.

Offshore Technology Conference“OTC is the industry standard for staying up-to-date on global practices,” said Amy Howard, vice president, at Kaufman Global. “The event provides us with the opportunity to connect with many of our clients who are committed to accelerating supply chain performance ― as well as their suppliers and customers.”

Attendees are invited to connect with us to discuss how Lean and Continuous Improvement methods can be leveraged to drive tangible improvements in asset utilization / velocity, business process, facilities optimization and enterprise change efforts.


To learn more about Kaufman Global’s oil and gas practice and services, click here: Kaufman Global Oil & Gas. Or better yet – give us a call or send and email. To see a few examples of our energy projects, and client results, click here: Kaufman Global Results and select “Energy”.