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About PTTC

About PTTC

The Petroleum Technology Transfer Council is a national not- for-profit organization established in 1994 by producers, state organizations and the DOE. While emphasizing the needs of independent oil and gas producers, PTTC’s activities also benefit consultants, service and supply companies, and other industry participants. To ensure timeliness and relevance of technical workshops and other activities, PTTC’s regional programs are developed under the guidance of local Producer Advisory Groups. Through these volunteers and the National Board of Directors, who are primarily domestic oil and natural gas operators, hundreds of producers and other industry participants nationwide contribute their time and expertise to the technology transfer program.

PTTC connects people, which impacts domestic production.

  • Producers rely upon the network for unbiased, no-nonsense technical information;

  • Technology providers communicate developing or under-applied technologies to producers;

  • Consultants better equip themselves for serving producers, which further broadens application; and

  • DOE uses the network to disseminate its R&D results and gather insights on domestic concerns and issues.

The connections achieved and technology information transferred through PTTC’s programs are reducing costs and increasing recovery in existing mature fields, expanding recovery from unconventional reservoirs, profitably developing ever-smaller domestic production and reserves, and increasing environmental stewardship.

Guide for Professional and Ethical Conduct

PTTC's Guide for Professional and Ethical Conduct, adopted in 1998, applies to all volunteers, as well as the national and regional PTTC staff and contractors. PTTC, embodied by its representatives and staff, recognizes its responsibility to pursue its mission while maintaining the high standards of professional and ethical conduct summarized below.

  • Ethical Behavior: PTTC will be guided in all of its affairs by high standards of business ethics and professional conduct, striving to maintain honesty, integrity, fairness, impartiality, and trust. PTTC will strive to avoid making false, misleading, or unwarranted statements or representations.

  • Service, Quality, Professionalism: Every PTTC action and activity will be performed in a manner that fosters the organization's mission. PTTC will professionally deliver products and services of the highest possible quality.

  • Confidentiality: When those being served by PTTC require secrecy, PTTC will treat as confidential any knowledge of proprietary data or information, as directed by those providing such information.

  • Referrals, Self-Interest: For those it serves, PTTC will provide unbiased referrals to the best solution providers for their problems. PTTC will deny any use of its structure or program for individual or organizational self-interest. Any potential conflict of interest that might influence (or appear to influence) the judgement, fairness, and quality of PTTC's performance in any way will be disclosed immediately.

  • Copyrights, Cooperation: PTTC will honor the copyrights and other intellectual property rights of speakers, authors, and other sources of published information. PTTC will appropriately recognize the work done by others, avoid plagiarism, and avoid the acceptance of credit due others.

  • Opportunity: PTTC will make every effort to ensure that its structure and programs are carried out without bias due to race, religion, gender, age, national origin, or handicap.

Public Welfare: PTTC will hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public in all of its programs and activities, and act in accordance with all applicable laws.

  Copyright 1995-2010 Petroleum Technology Transfer Council

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