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Wednesday AM May 6th, 2009

The Offshore Technology Conference is in its third day at Reliant center, with more than 70-thousand attendees representing more than 100 companies and organizations. Jack Williams reports.



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Angelo Harris is the acting executive director of the South African Oil and Gas Alliance, a non-profit organization at
OTC representing the oil and gas industry in South Africa.

“Eight years ago, we started out in the tents outside. We’ve grown exponentially every year. We’ve got a much larger presence this year and we have about  20 companies exhibiting this year.”

Harris says OTC is the best place to get his organization’s name out and attract new business.

“The primary objective is to market our services and capability to service the industry. The individual marketing focus of exhibiting companies is one to potentially source projects and also to obviously obtain leads and trying to attract business to South Africa itself.”   
OTC is in it’s 40th year in Houston and is the largest convention in the city. The conference wraps-up on Thursday. 

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Jack Williams

Jack Williams

Executive Producer for Daily News

Jack is back in Houston after some time away working in public radio and television in Lincoln, Nebraska. Before leaving for the Midwest, he worked in various roles at Houston Public Media from 2000-2016, including reporting, hosting and anchoring. Jack has also worked in commercial news radio in Houston, Austin...

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