The Offshore Technology Conference was set to take place May 4-7, but in a tweet, organizers said they are now canceling the event. The event was originally postponed until August or September.
PRESS RELEASE: After careful consideration, #OTC2020 in Houston is cancelled.#COVID19 #Houston @HoustonChron @KPRC2 @KHOU @FOX26Houston @abc13houston @HoustonPubMedia @CW39Houston @OilCountryMedia @UpstreamOnline @WorldOil pic.twitter.com/7hh4DzWKDk— OTC (@OTCevents) April 2, 2020
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The large-scale conference attracted more than 60,000 two years ago, along with over 2,300 exhibitors.
The conference highlights the oil and gas industry and its impact on the local economy.
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