Oil & Gas Tanzania 2017

Oil & Gas Tanzania - The Gateway to the East African Oil & Gas Industry.
Date
2017-08-16 - 2017-08-18
Organizer
Exhibitors
100
Floor Size
53819
Attendees
4200
Event contact title
Mr.
Event contact first name
Jason
Event contact last name
Dexter
Email
expo@expogr.com
Event contact telephone number
971506285684
Description
It is truly remarkable how East Africa, and specifically Tanzania has in a short period of time become the main focus of attention as a source of new global gas supply. Large amounts of foreign investments have been made in the Tanzanian Oil and Gas industry after its discovery. These investments have made East Africa the next lucrative market in the international scenario. Since 2010, Tanzania has witnessed further exploration and discoveries of significant quantities of natural gas both on and off-shore. The 2nd Oil & Gas Tanzania Africa - Int'l Trade Exhibition, will be held from 16 - 18 August, 2017. This event will be the hub for key players in the Oil and Gas industry, attracting leading oil, gas and petroleum companies from around the world. Oil & Gas Africa will offer participants the opportunity to showcase the industry's latest achievements and technologies while networking with key figures from the region's oil and gas sector. The exhibition brings the industry together in a forum that is conducive to business. This event is not only a key international event on Oil and Gas exploration in Tanzania but also an important platform for establishing and building business relations globally.
Exhibitor information
Exhibition Categories: Drilling, Lifting & Well Completion Equipment Cranes and Winches Offshore Platforms Design, Floating & Refining Equipment and Services Instrumentation & Control Technology Health Products,Safety & Environmental Products and Management Petrochemical Equipment and Services and much more

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