Representatives from Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur led by Erlend Sannes Hadland, Deputy Head of Mission joined the 17th Asian Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Engineering Exhibition (OGA 2019) on June 18, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Organized by Malaysian Exhibition Services, Malaysia’s leading exhibition organizer, OGA 2019 is a 3-days exhibition taking place from June 18-20, 2019.
OGA 2019 brought together professional, trade and business participants who worked relatively in oil, gas and petrochemical industry to give them the opportunity to obtain insights as well as have a presence at the exhibition.
With around 20,000 square meters of exhibition space, OGA 2019 will provide 2,000 participating companies from more than 60 countries with the showcase of the latest technology, equipment and machinery in the fields of oil, gas and petrochemical engineering.
As a consequence of Malaysia becoming a regional hub for petroleum industries, this exhibition was organized to highlight and promote Malaysia’s potential in the Oil, Gas and Energy (OGE) sector.
“This will not only strengthen Malaysia’s position as a strong oil and gas nation, but also a competent OGE leader, especially in the Asian region,” Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad stated on OGA’s press release.
According to Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, oil, gas and petrochemical industry is likewise the largest industry of Norway where it is world’s 8th largest producer of oil and 3rd largest producer of gas.
11 Norwegian-based companies participating the exhibition included Interwell, DNV GL, Rustibus, RESMAN, EPSIS, Telenor Maritime, Odfjell Well Services, Cegal, Oliasoft and Tieto.