Subsea Houston 2002 To be Held Sept. 24

Tuesday, May 14, 2002
Subsea Houston 2002 will be held Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2002 at the Houston Intercontinental Hotel. This, the 3rd annual conference, is expected to be attended by well in excess of 300 delegates. Last year's event, held at the Westchase Hilton and Towers was attended by hundreds of operators, subsea manufacturers, financial analysts and leading offshore service and supply companies. The focus of this year's event is development beyond 10,000 FSW. Quest Offshore announced the appointment of oits ur Subsea Houston Advisory Committee whose members will help guide the program and presentations. The members are: Wayne Bywater (Cal Dive International), Janardhan Davalath (FMC Energy Systems), Dave Eggers (Mentor Subsea), Paul Gahm (Oceaneering Multiflex), Paul Hansen (ChevronTexaco), Sandor Karpathy (Technip-Coflexip), Gary Koctar (Phillips Petroleum), Christopher Lindsey-Curran (Aker Kvaerner), David Morgan (Cameron), Cornelia Noel (bp), Gary Shaw (ABB), John Sheets (DeepStar), Mark Stevenson (Marathon Oil), Steve Stockman (ChevronTexaco), Bobby Voss (ABB) For more information please visit, www.SubseaHouston.com

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