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Register for the API 2024 Winter Exploration and Production Standards Meeting – Jacksonville, Florida

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The 2024 Exploration and Production Winter Standards Meeting will be held Monday, January 22 – Friday, January 26, 2024, in Jacksonville, Florida. It will be open to industry professionals who wish to participate.

Reason For Attending
Participation in the Exploration & Production Standards Meeting, remains an invaluable opportunity to be a part of how the U.S. petroleum industry develops and maintains state-of-the-art standards.

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.

The Committee on Standardization of Oilfield Equipment and Materials, CSOEM, is responsible for approximately 400 standards, of which approximately 275 of those standards forming the basis of the API Monogram Program.

In accordance with our ANSI accredited Procedures for Standards Development, which state the following regarding openness and meeting procedures, emphasis added:

  • 5.2 Due Process
    5.2.1 Openness
    Participation in API standards activities is open to all parties (persons and organizations) that have a direct and material interest in the subject of a standard.
  • 5.2.2 Balance Overview
    API seeks broad input to its standardization activities including the participation of all parties representing interest categories appropriate to the nature of the standard and allows for open attendance at standards meetings.
  • 5.10 Standards Meeting Procedures
    5.10.1 General
    Committees dealing with standards activities shall meet as needed to conduct their work. Except for those portions of meetings dealing with policy and/or budget issues, standards meetings are open to all interested parties.

Benefits Of Participation

  • Gain access to technical committee meetings covering API upstream standards and best practices used throughout the industry to promote safe, sustainable, and environmentally sound operations.
  • Learn about the latest API sponsored research and development including future R&D efforts that may benefit your business in the long run.
  • Network with colleagues and establish new business connections.
  • Connect with exhibitors to learn about products, services, and technologies that may be important to your company.
  • Qualify for the chance to win one of two complimentary registrations to the 2024 Exploration & Production Standards Conference on Oilfield Equipment and Materials during the two networking breaks on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
  • Earn Professional Development Hours (PDH) to maintain professional certifications.

Registration (attendees, sponsors, or exhibitors): Jenna Mastrota, 202-682-8007 or registrar@api.org
Logistics: Lindsay Morrison, 202-682-8194 or MorrisonL@api.org

Program: Roland Goodman, 202-682-8571 or goodmanr@api.org
CSOEM Committee Information:Lanaya Bankins, BankinsL@api.org
API Corporate Membership status: Lillie Saunders, 202-682-8475 or saundersl@api.org

Program Details
View Preliminary 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
  • Subcommittee 22, Offshore Cranes, Lifting, and Handling*

*These subcommittees may not be meeting at this conference, 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

PLEASE NOTE: You must register to receive access to the mobile meeting app.

Sponsor & Exhibitor Information

Thank you for your support of the 2024 Winter Exploration and Production Standards Meeting. We are pleased to offer a variety of opportunities for your company to showcase valuable products and services.

Apply for sponsorship items and exhibit display tables by completing your application and confirming the agreement terms here online. If you have questions during this process, please contact the Jenna Mastrota at registrar@api.org or 202-682-8007.

Sponsors receive:

  • Acknowledgement of the sponsorship in the conference app.
  • Customized sign with the company logo
  • Your company listed as a sponsor on the API website with a link to your company website.
  • A “Sponsor” ribbon affixed to the company representative’s badge for easy identification.
  • A six-foot, tabletop exhibit space near the registration area to display company products and/or services Monday and Tuesday.
  • Wi-Fi access at your display table.

Exhibitors receive:

  • Acknowledgement in the conference app.
  • Your company listed as an exhibitor on the API website with a link to your company’s website.
  • A six-foot, tabletop exhibit space near the registration area to display company products and/or services Monday and Tuesday.
  • Wi-Fi access at your display table.
  • An “Exhibitor” ribbon affixed to the company representative(s) badge.

Deadline for Sponsor and Exhibitor Cancellations and Refunds: Friday, November 24, 2023
Payment is due in full at the time of registration. If you require an invoice, your payment is due thirty (30) days from the receipt of your invoice. Full payment must be received to API no later than Friday, November 24, 2023

Sponsors and Exhibitors may cancel their obligation up to Friday, November 24, 2023. However, 50% of the fee for sponsors and for exhibitors is nonrefundable. Notice of cancellation must be submitted in writing to registrar@api.org. Refunds will not be given on cancellations received after Friday, November 24, 2023.

Application Deadline – Friday, November 24, 2023
Sponsors, if your application is for the sponsorship of items that need to be designed and produced, such as bags, lanyards, app. etc., please submit your online applications by Friday, November 24, 2023, so that we have time to have those items produced and shipped to Chicago in time for the start of the meeting.

Marketing Requirements:

Upon receipt of our application, you will be contacted by the API Registrar (Brittany Ellis) to confirm your application, method of payment, and let you know how the collection process for the following items:

Marketing contact’s full name and email address
Company logo in JPG or PNG, and EPS
Company URL
Company description not to exceed 100 words
Name(s) of those using the complimentary registration(s), if applicable.
If you require an invoice and/or wish to pay by check, your full payment is due by Friday, November 24, 2023. If you wish to pay by credit card, the Registrar will also assist with that option.