SPE logo


Exhibit Among Industry Leaders

As an exhibitor, your company will benefit from this gathering of the E&P industry’s brightest minds to address and find solutions for the most pressing challenges.

Your company has access to a qualified audience of professionals who are looking for the latest tools and technologies. Attendees have free time to explore the exhibit floor during special exhibit events and between the technical sessions.

Through unparalleled technical sessions, unmatched content. and exciting events, we draw the best names in the industry—you should be among them.

For more information, contact the SPE sales department:

Companies A-E

Joan Payne


Companies Pe-Z

Kirk Colligan


Companies F-Pd

Kristin Stavinoha


Canadian Companies

Mark Hoekstra


Find Exhibitors By

Manage Your Exhibit

How Do I Exhibit?

Once your company has elected to participate in this prestigious event, follow these four easy steps:

  1. Review all exhibit information carefully.
  2. Select five (5) preferred booth locations.
  3. Complete and return your Application/Contract for Exhibit Space with the required 25% minimum deposit and your Designated Contact Form.
  4. Contact your sales representative to go over all the details or booth availability.

How Is Space Assigned?

  • Exhibit space is assigned for the period of the 2013 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition only.
  • Exhibit space is assigned based on the ATCE Priority Number System, then on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Minimum reservation is 100 square feet.

ATCE 2014

Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities are now available for ATCE 2014 which will be taking place on 27-29 October 2014 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

For more information, visit the 2014 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition website.

Stay Safe, Avoid Exhibitor Scams

Experient is the official housing contractor for ATCE. No other hotel/housing provider is authorized to contact you on SPE's behalf.

Austrian-based Construct Data Verlag AG and Mexican-based Expo Guide are not authorized to contact exhibitors. They are targeting exhibitors offering advertising space on their Fair Guide website.

  • If you receive a document with our name or name of our event(s) listed which offers advertising space on the Fair Guide website or in their directories, please do not sign the form unless you have carefully read and understood the terms contained in the small print. We have no association with this company nor have we authorized them to use our name or trademark.
  • If you have any concerns about this company, you should address them to the Office Fair Trade or equivalent for your country/US state. Read more information about these scams.

Housing Pirates – Do not be Misled

Dear Exhibitor:

When we secure sleeping rooms at hotels for the ATCE event (commonly referred to as room blocks), we research the properties to make certain that our guests are adequately accommodated. These room blocks are established to ensure that rooms meet our standards and are offered at a discounted price.

We have been informed that exhibitors and sponsors have been contacted by fax, email, or most often by phone with offers to cut rate housing. The intent is to convince you that the offer is made on behalf of SPE or that the soliciting company is a viable alternative to going to the hotel directly. This is NOT TRUE.

How it works

Housing Pirating is a practice carried out by third-party companies that act as agents to solicit registrants for room reservations. The “Pirates” might inform registrants that they have secured the best possible rate or that the room block is “sold out,” and that if you do not book with them immediately, you may not get a room. Additional deceptive tactics include distributing forms or promotional materials that appear to be issued by SPE.

"Housing Pirates" often don’t deliver on promises to customers. When customers arrive, reservations are non-existent. Sometimes the rooms have been cancelled and hefty cancellation fees have been placed on the customer’s credit card.

"Housing Pirates" make it more difficult for us to meet our room block commitments, and expose us to penalties and increased room rates for our events.

"Housing Pirates" often represent themselves as being affiliated with conference hosts by illegally using their logo.

How you can help

Don’t be misled! And remember: Unless you have initiated the communication, please do not provide anyone with your personal information, especially your credit card number.

If you are contacted by someone asking if you need a room at the SPE conference or if they represent themselves as the "SPE Housing Bureau", please get as much information as you can, such as the name of the company, the person calling, and their telephone number – then contact:

Mr. Jamie Bobka
Housing Specialist
568 Atrium Drive
Vernon Hills, IL 60061

To make room reservations, use the links and/or phone numbers provided under Registration and Hotel at: http://registration3.experientevent.com/showSPE131/Default.aspx

Thank you for your cooperation!

Official Housing ProviderExperient is the Official Housing Provider for ATCE.  SPE has worked diligently with the hotels in New Orleans to establish room blocks for attendees and exhibitors. Improper solicitation of hotel reservations from any company of housing provider other than Experient is not approved by SPE. Reservations made by unaffiliated organizations may appear to be for lower rates, however they may be illegitimate, have unreasonable cancellation or change penalties, or be completely non-refundable. Please be aware of, and report any unauthorized solicitation to SPE.