Offshore Technology Conference - Houston, Texas USA

20th Annual Visit to OTC    28 April - 6 May 2018

Join us as we visit the largest and most highly regarded Offshore Oil & Gas Conference for the past 50 years 


Meet the leading providers of products and services in just four days
Develop markets and business partnerships
The industry’s largest equipment exhibition
See ground-breaking innovations
More than 90,000 professionals attend, 2,400 booths, 130 countries represented


Benefit from the knowledge and contacts from AmCham delegations over the past 20 years
The relationships that form between delegates result in long-term valuable business partnerships
We can arrange face-to-face meetings with major companies of interest
Undertake visits to Global head offices including Chevron and ConocoPhillips 
Attend networking functions
Join the prestigious OTC Alumni to continue the relationship with  delegates from 1999 -2018
AmCham delegates attend the annual AACC Energy & Technology Conference – the leading US forum linking American and Australian energy executives 

In the current energy environment, the importance of innovation and technology is vital to meet the world’s future energy needs

Major Sponsors of AmCham's 2018 Delegation


Book now - Places are limited.

To discuss the benefits of participating as a delegate for OTC Houston 2018 contact:

Penelope Williamson, General Manager WA/NT, AmCham on 08 9325 9540 or email




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