February 18-19, 2015
Downtown Tulsa- Hyatt Regency

 

2015 Confirmed Speakers

 
Department of Enviromental Quality- "EPCRA Tier 2 Regulations & CAMEO software"
 
Drake Well- "Technology's Role in the Big Shift Change"
 
Flow Data, Inc.- "Power of SQL at the Wellhead" & "Update on Bringing Android to the Wellhead"
 
Greasebook- "The Digital Oilfield: Not next year, not tomorrow, but NOW"
 
High Mount Exploration & Production, LLC- "Virtual Operations in Field Automation"
 
IHS- "Moving from Excel to Digital Production Systems"
 
iStore- "Digital Oilfield Software as a Service" & "SaaS"
 
Noah Consulting- "The Unconventional Digital Oilfield, Jim Crompton"
 
Oleum Tech- "Wireless Economics 101: A Professional Case Study in Going Wireless & the Economic Drivers behind This Trending Technology"
 
Park Energy Services- "Increasing Netbacks by Applying Digital Oilfield Technologies to Marginal Oil & Gas Production"
 
R7 Solutions- "Operational Efficiency Through Shared Geospatial Systems"
 
The Rapid Response Institute- "Mobility: Enabling Superior Operations Management Performance"
 
US Fleet Tracking- "Hype vs. Reality"
 
Well Checked- "The Journey to Excellence: Powering Quality and Efficiency through Lean Six Sigma" & "Video with Exception Based Monitoring"
 
The Wellmark Company- "Advancement in the Internet of Things (IoT) Presents New Opportunities to Energy Producers"
 
Well Optix- "How Secure is Your Well?"
 
Schlumberger- "REDA Artificial Lift Systems"

 

2015 Sponsors
 

 

2015 Exhibitors

CPU, LLC

David Lee Marketing, Inc.

eLynx Technologies

Hazard Scout

Hunting Titan

IHS

Integrated Controls, Inc.

iStore

Mackay Communications

Oklahoma Water Resources Board

TechStar

 

Special Sponsors

Drakewell- Program Sponsor

Hunting Titan- Lunch Sponsor

iStore- Lanyard Sponsor

 


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A Digital Oilfield is defined by how a petroleum business deploys its technology, people, and processes to support one or more of these drivers.

The Mid-Continent Digital Oilfield Conference (MCDOC) is a conference that focuses on how digital technologies have improved and changed the oilfield business. The first MCDOC was hosted in Tulsa in 2012. Since its inception, the event has grown to showcase more than 30 exhibitors and 22 speakers from all across the United States and Canada. Nearly 250 participants attended the event in 2013.

Throughout the two-day conference, attendees hear from local and national leaders on how technology is changing day-to-day business throughout the industry. From smart phone apps, to remote monitoring, to theft prevention, technology is allowing us to go places and do things we have never done before.

 

OKLAHOMA'S OWN DIGITAL OILFIELD CONFERENCE