The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is the world’s largest event for the Oil & Gas industry. Join us at the NRG Park in Houston, Texas from 6 to 9 May as we present expertise and capabilities from our world-leading testing laboratories.
OTC provides excellent opportunities for global sharing of technology, expertise, products, and best practices. The event gives you access to leading-edge technical information, the industry’s largest equipment exhibition, and valuable new professional contacts.
Element’s Oil & Gas experts at OTC
With extensive experience in the sector, Element understands the testing required to support the global Oil & Gas industry. Our materials scientists and engineers, located in 16 facilities in the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, deliver an advanced range of services designed to test and qualify materials intended for use within the increasingly harsh environments the sector is encountering.
OTC will bring together experts from across Element’s network to provide you with the opportunity to discuss the technical challenges that exist in your operations. Learn how we can help ensure that your highly complex infrastructure assets are safe, quality and perform as expected.
Book a meeting with our experts!
Our team of experts in fracture mechanics, corrosion, coatings, and nonmetallic will be on hand to discuss testing services and address industry challenges. Come see us at booth #6460 and learn more about the services we offer to the Oil & Gas industry, including:
- Coating Testing
- Corrosion Services
- Environmental Compliance Testing
- Failure Analysis
- Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics
- Hydrocarbon Testing
- Innovation & Research
- Materials Testing for Metals & Polymers
- Non-Destructive Testing
- Specialty Gas Standards & Equipment
- Weld Testing & Qualification
Find out about Elements extensive corrosion testing expertise in the Oil & Gas industry across a global network of laboratories.
Find out about our Oil & Gas coatings testing services and how we help to make certain that materials, products and pipelines are protected from corrosion, ultraviolet light, water penetration, heat, abrasion and chemicals.
Fracture Mechanics Download
Read our article to learn the different test methods and sample geometries used to determine fracture toughness.
Learn more about our laboratories - where they are located; the unique capabilities they have and how they can help you solve your technical and commercial challenges.