LATIN AMERICAN EXPERIENCES of an OILFIELD EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER

Speaker THOMAS (TED) CRISP
MANAGER OF INTERNATIONAL SALES CAVO DRILLING MOTORS   Thomas (Ted) Crisp has twenty years experience in developing business on a global basis with significant focus in Latin Americaand has held various managerial sales, marketing and business development positions since 1990.   Mr. Crisp is Manager of International Sales for Cavo ...

MANAGER OF INTERNATIONAL SALES
CAVO DRILLING MOTORS


 



Thomas (Ted) Crisp has twenty years experience in developing business on a global basis with significant focus in Latin Americaand has held various managerial sales, marketing and business development positions since 1990.


 


Mr. Crisp is Manager of International Sales for Cavo Drilling Motors – A Flotek Company, where he is responsible for promoting and selling downhole drilling tools internationally. 


 


Prior to joining Cavo Drilling Motors, Mr. Crisp held various positions with AK Steel and Nichimen, a Japanese trading company, in the 1990’s.  Mr. Crisp also served as Vice President of Latin America at Corus International, where he was responsible for the promotion, sale, and servicing of steel products and equipment to Latin American customers in the automotive, power generation, and oil & gas sectors.  He has had extensive experience in planning, directing, and coordinating various aspects of business development, export sales, and supplier development of industrial products into Latin America.


 


Mr. Crisp graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Languages.  Mr. Crisp also attended Universidad Autonoma de Madrid in Madrid, Spain for post graduate studies in European International Business.


 


He is an active member of AADE and NOMADS in Houston.


 


Mr. Crisp lives in northwest Houstonwith his wife of seventeen years and two children.


 


Full Description
 
The entire region of Latin America is comprised of more than fifteen countries.  Yet the majority of economic activity for the region occurs in just five countries.
 
With a range of governments, economic policies, and monetary units as well as varying cultures, Latin America proves to be an interesting and challenging place to do business.
 
The Oil & Gas sector represents a major portion of several Latin American economies and their respective GDP output.  Overall, Latin America accounts for more than a third of the international rig count and holds the top spot for more rigs operating than any other international region according to the Baker Hughes Rig Count. 
 
With the business and political climate constantly changing in Latin America, Mr. Crisp will review some of the regions statistics and comment on market trends as they relate to equipment suppliers and the Oil & Gas industry, as well as provide a cultural and business perspective on several countries.
 
 
 
 Please register prior to the event to facilitate improved planning and admission. Walk-ins will be accepted on a first come/ first serve basis as space allows.
 
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Organizer Barry Faulkner

When?

Thu, Oct. 14, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

PETROLEUM CLUB OF HOUSTON
800 BELL STREET
HOUSTON, TEXAS
USA

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