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from 05/06/2019 to 05/09/2019

Held annually in Houston in early May, the Offshore Technology Conference covers all technologies in the offshore energy sector. It brings together more than 60,000 professionals, engineers, technicians, managers, scientists and top managers from more than 100 countries. More than 2,000 companies and 23 international pavilions representing 44 countries participate in the exhibition. Beyond oil and gas, the event also covers alternative energy sources such as offshore wind. Organized since 1969, the OTC celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

For Total, this event is an opportunity to highlight the excellence of its offshore technical and operational achievements, particularly in the deep sea. Arnaud Breuillac is one of the keynotes of this opening session. Michel Hourcard, Vice President E&P America, chairs a full session on the Libra project (Brazil). On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the OTC, a series of sessions are devoted to focus-countries. The France session is chaired by Michel Hourcard and Artur Nunes, Vice President Deep Offshore.

In the United States, Total has been involved in Exploration-Production since 1957. In 2018, the Group's production in the country totaled 119,000 boe/day, spread over 40 sites in 23 states. In January 2018, Total announced the major discovery of Ballymore, located in the Norphlet formation. The repurchase of Engie's LNG portfolio, completed in July 2018, also enabled the Group to acquire a 16.6% stake in the Cameron LNG liquefaction project in Louisiana. First exports started in April 2019.

  • Overview on EWT Pionieiro – Libra Project – Brazil
  • Completion Senior Supervisor - CLOV Project - Angola
  • Egina Floating Production, Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) Leaving South Korea - Egina Project - Nigeria
  • Team with the Kaombo Norte Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) at the Dry Dock - Nigeria
  • Overview on FPU Likouf and Normand Installer - Moho Nord Project - Congo
  • Operators - Laggan-Tormore Project - North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Overview on High Pressure / High Temperature (HPHT) Gas Condensate Field - Culzean Project - United Kingdom
    Overview on High Pressure / High Temperature (HPHT) Gas Condensate Field - Culzean Project - United Kingdom


Arnaud Breuillac
President (E&P)

Michel Hourcard 
President, Total E&P Americas

Artur Nunes Da Silva
Vice-President, Deepwater and Subsea (E&P)

Anne Rocher
Vice-President, LNG (E&P)

Aurelie Berthelot
R&D Project Engineer (E&P)