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Listen: Offshore Technology Conference at 50 spotlights increasingly robust deepwater

At its 50th year, Houston's Offshore Technology Conference highlighted panels that showed a global deepwater that has become increasingly robust, with several countries tendering for the first time in years and oil and gas operators busy planning deep and often remote wells around the world.

Some 59,200 attendees at the countries from more than 100 countries heard executives from international oil companies, in-country executives and analysts detail what's likely in store for offshore sector development over the next few years after several years of pause as operators focused their efforts onshore.

Of particular interest were sessions on Latin American tenders and notably Guyana's next few years as that tiny country prepares looks toward its first deepwater oil production early next year.