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West Texas rules. At least it did for three days, recently, in Odessa, during the Permian Basin International Oil Show. From its humble beginning in 1940, the biennial event this year featured 1,117 exhibits of “every type of oilfield equipment and service,” except, of course, offshore facilities. One major improvement this year was enlargement of a budding technical program. This year, the Permian Basin Onshore Technology (PBOT) Conference sessions were held during two mornings. The focus of the presentations was onshore and the Permian basin.

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