The 12th Asian OGA Engineering Exhibition

The Asian Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Engineering Exhibition, or OGA in short, has now grown into one of the biggest oil & gas shows in Asia.
     Entering into its 12th series next year, OGA 2009, which will be held from 10th to 12th June, is expected to attract 1.100 companies from 50 countries to participate, and 22.000 expected trade visitors. This target seems achievable, considering the 2007 show has attracted 946 participating companies from 37 countries and 19.392 visitors from 50 countries. The size for this exhibition will also be increased to 16.000 sqm in its 2009 show, compared to 15.000 sqm in 2007, to accommodate for the increase in expected turn-out.
     OGA2009 will showcase products and services which cover every aspect of the oil & gas industry, from E&P technology, geological, geophysical & reservoir technology, instrumentation & control, to marine equipment & services and shipyard & engineering, to name a few.
     Prominent companies which are expected to be part of OGA 2009 include international companies such as ExxonMobil, Schlumberger, Shell, as well as local companies like Petronas, Tanjung Offshore, and Sapura.
     UK, the USA, Germany and Italy are some of the country pavilions which will make their appearance again in the 2009 exhibition.
    Innovation Norway will again organise a country pavilion in OGA 2009 and for that, we have booked 120sqm of exhibition space so Norwegian companies could exhibit their O&G-related products and services on the same platform during this important trade show.
     We’ll update this webpage with details about the location for Norwegian pavilion in this exhibition, the participation fee, etc as soon as the relevant information is made available to us.
     Please also feel welcome to contact us if you wish to be included in our mailing list for updates on the Norwegian pavilion for OGA 2009. You can e-mail or reach us by telephone +603 2162 1200.

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