Norway, Finland and Denmark all participates with national group pavilions on OSEA 2012, the 19th International Oil and Gas Industry Exhibition. 27-30 November at Marina Bay Sands Singapore.
Norway, the biggest Nordic exhibitor with 16 companies participating, has expanded their pavilion’s size by 20 per cent this year. From both Finland and Denmark seven companies participate. From Sweden only one company, Talurit, participate.
“Norway has been participating at OSEA for many years. Many of our exhibiting companies have provided feedback that the event has enabled them to maintain existing business relationships and widen their business contacts in Asia. OSEA is relevant to the Norwegian oil & gas industry and we have seen increasing interest from Norwegian companies wanting to participate in this exhibition,” say Tay Siow Hwee, Director (Singapore), Innovation Norway & Per Hagen, Regional Director, INTSOK joint organisers of the Norwegian Pavilion.
Poised to top previous records, OSEA2012, with its exhibition space fully allocated since March this year, will occupy two levels of exhibition space, or 32,000 square metres, at the Marina Bay Sands. The exhibition will play host to a congregation of 1,500 international exhibitors from 48 countries/regions.
The previous event attracted more than 25,000 trade attendees from over 60 countries/regions, and saw visitors from some of the world’s major oil and gas players, including the Bahrain National Gas Company, BP Exploration Operating Company, Brunei LNG, Brunei Shell Petroleum, Chevron, CNOOC, Directorate General of Oil & Gas Indonesia, ExxonMobil Asia Pacific, Halliburton Far East, Jurong Shipyard, Kuwait Gulf Oil Company, Keppel Energy, Maersk Drilling, Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering, Myanmar Offshore, Petronas Carigali, Sembcorp Marine, Shell Eastern Petroleum, Vietnam National Oil & Gas Group, and many more.