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Pick up Norway Exports at AOG – Australian Oil & Gas

AOG – Australian Oil & Gas
The latest copy of Norway Export Oil & Gas will be available at AOG in Perth, Australia.

19 - 21 FEB

The Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) is the first major industry event of the international oil and gas calendar in 2014, providing a unique opportunity to see what’s new and build business connections with industry leaders.

 

Bringing together more than 500 exhibitors from across 20 countries, AOG has rapidly become Australia’s largest oil and gas event and the only exhibition of its kind to attract over 15,000 visitors.Incorporating the conference, AOG Graduate Careers Day and many networking opportunities, this multi award-winning event offers a complete learning experience.

 

New in 2014 will see the merging of the AOG Conference and the Subsea Australasia Conferencewhich will provide speakers and delegates an enhanced experience.

 

AOG 2014 will take place at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from 19-21 February.

 

 

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