Stress Engineering Services will host media interviews during the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2017, 1 - 4 May, in Houston.
The interviews will consider and exemplify the company’s 45 years of diverse innovations and achievements in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry. Senior executives, including Terry Lechinger (Vice President) and Chuck Miller (Vice President), will also offer their perspective on future growth plans, both in the US and globally.
Interviews will be held each show day at 10:00, 14:00 and 16:00 at Stress Engineering Services’ stand 431. Potential topics to be discussed include:
45 years of offshore innovation – Stress Engineering Services began by focusing on engineering mechanics and finite element analysis and diversifying through upstream to subsea engineering. Senior executives will highlight notable innovations throughout the company’s 45 year history, up to and including the recently launched Realtime Fatigue Monitoring System (RFMS).
RFMS – Stress Engineering Services’ RFMS provides field measurements of stress and fatigue on drilling risers, wellheads and other subsea systems in near real-time, significantly improving riser integrity management. Executives will explain how the RFMS empowers drilling engineers to make more informed decisions.
Award-winning technology – This year, Stress Engineering Services has been awarded the OTC Spotlight on New Technology Award for its RFMS. The award will be presented on 1 May. Attendees can more about why the RFMS was recognised as “one of the latest and most advanced hardware and software technologies that is leading the industry into the future.”
Global expansion – In 2015, Stress Engineering Services opened a fullscale product testing facility in Singapore to service a growing global client base. Representatives will offer their experiences and perspective on the specific industry trends that are driving the company’s international growth.
Diverse industries served – As well as offshore drilling and marine engineering support, Stress Engineering Services helps operators across the continent expand pipeline networks safely and repair them effectively, as well as providing timely and cost-effective engineering solutions to improve plant and refinery on-stream efficiency, safety and reliability.
“For 45 years, we have been providing solutions for companies and industries that require in-depth technical knowledge to solve the toughest technical challenges. I look forward to introducing you to the experience, knowledge and people behind Stress Engineering Services,” said Lechinger.
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