ITT Corporation has announced that the company will showcase its extensive array of essential products and services for customers in the global oil and gas industry May 5-8 at the annual Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, which draws approximately 90,000 attendees from more than 120 countries.
ITT’s innovative products include Goulds Pumps centrifugal and Bornemann multiphase pumps updated to the latest edition of the American Petroleum Institute standard. This year for the first time, ITT will display both pump technologies in the same OTC booth, featuring offerings for the upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas sectors.
Additional ITT oil and gas products include C’treat water makers for offshore platforms, BIW Connector Systems connectors used in electric submersible pump applications, and actuators for remote operational vehicles and other applications. The company also provides a range of services to improve equipment availability and manage customers’ total cost of ownership through its PRO Services business.
“ITT is committed to being a leader in the global oil and gas industry and over the past few years, we’ve made significant investments to better serve our global customer base, including the acquisition of Bornemann Pumps and the expansion of pump manufacturing and R&D capabilities in the United States and Korea,” said CEO and president Denise Ramos.
“We also have a strategy and focus on this market across our businesses, and we are continually working to leverage those connections to better provide our customers with the highly engineered and customized solutions that help them solve their most critical challenges. At this show, we look forward to showcasing our broad portfolio while continuing to build on our partnerships with customers from around the globe.”
Visitors to ITT’s booth will have access to leading experts in technology and engineering, including hydraulics, materials science, mechanical design and fluid dynamics, as well as ITT products and services that meet the requirements of offshore platforms, exploration, floating production, storage, off-loading facilities and downhole operations.
The company also plans to exhibit at the Global Petroleum Show June 10-12 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.