|By PR Newswire||
|February 7, 2014 04:44 AM EST||
HONG KONG, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Organised by UBM and RESTEC Exhibition Company, Offshore Marintec Russia is a unique project for the Russian exhibition market, which will bring together the most important measures to develop infrastructure of the continental shelf: shipbuilding and shipping, offshore oil and gas, information technologies and communications, logistics, industrial safety and environmental protection. Leading Russian and world companies will exchange experiences in the issues of technological supply, shipbuilding and development of the marine complex structures on the shelf zone.
The project will continue the best traditions of the forum RAO/CIS Offshore, which has been held for more than 20 years in St. Petersburg, and the world-famous network of exhibitions on shipbuilding and marine technologies, Marintec.
The Exhibition is formed actively. The event aroused great interest in the industry market, and currently companies that have already indicated an intention to participate include Rosneft, Gazprom, Gazflot, United Shipbuilding Corporation, the largest oil and gas companies of Russia, Roller, Vineta, Electropribor, scientific centers and design bureaus. Foreign participation will include joint exhibits from China, South Korea, Norway and other countries.
Offshore Marintec Russia's business program includes the plenary session and four sessions on the following issues:
- Creation of a modern fleet for the development of the continental shelf of Russia;
- Future technologies and equipment for the construction of offshore oil and gas installations;
- Priority oil and gas projects on the continental shelf of Russia.
This year, Offshore Marintec Russia will be held jointly with the Gas Forum, which will undoubtedly enhance its part of the business program.
Running alongside the exhibition, the 4th St Petersburg International Gas Forum will be held with the support of Gazprom. The principal objective of the Forum is to provide a platform for substantive dialogue between international gas companies and key partners for large-scale projects: engineering companies, investors, innovative developers and equipment suppliers. The programme has been designed to consolidate Russia's status as one of the key players in the global gas market and to formulate strategic solutions to developing and optimising the resource base of the global economy. Events at the Forum are organised and take place with the participation of gas industry companies and associations, together with the assistance of leading industry experts. The Forum also includes a large exhibition programme focusing on current trends in the gas industry, as well as on new projects to develop innovative technologies in the oil and gas sector.
Offshore Marintec Russia 2014 will be held in St. Petersburg, the maritime capital of Russia. Here, the largest Russian port presents all aspects and types of shipbuilding: world-known design institutes and design offices, yards and industrial enterprises account for 90% of the capacity of scientific and design potential of the industry and 30% of the total shipbuilding of the country.
The event will be held in ExpoForum, a new and modern venue in St. Petersburg. The complex will provide all necessary infrastructure and hold events according to international standards. It is located near the Pulkovo International Airport, from which visitors could easily reach any district in the city with convenient transport.
For fair details, please contact:
Senior Project Manager
UBM Asia Ltd
17/F, China Resources Building
26 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2827-6211
Fax: (852) 3749-7347
Email: [email protected]
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Notes to Editors:
UBM Asia is the organiser of the biennial Marintec China, the largest and most authoritative maritime trade show in Asia, now holding the event for more than three decades. It offers an ideal interactive platform providing a holistic business experience for the maritime industry professionals by a combination of a comprehensive exhibition, authoritative conferences and seminars, and high-powered networking activities. Over 57,000 trade delegates and 1,700 companies participated in Marintec China 2013.
Backed by the prestige of Marintec China, the team has extended its business to other territories including Russia (Offshore Marintec Russia), Indonesia (Marintec Indonesia), Brazil (Marintec South America) and Japan (Sea Japan) etc.
RESTEC® Exhibition Company
RESTEC® Exhibition Company is one of the top three leaders of the Russia`s exhibition business. Over the decades RESTEC® has been actively participating in the development and consolidation of the Russian exhibition market as an independent economic sector. With the best practices of the world's exhibition business in mind, RESTEC® develops and inventively applies innovative technologies which allow the exhibitors and industry experts to obtain high-quality services, both increasing the number and the efficiency of business contacts, and facilitating participation in such events.
RAO/CIS Offshore is held on a biennial basis and brings together government officials, experts from Russian and foreign companies for discussion of the most important aspects of the Arctic and continental shelf offshore development. Over 5600 delegates and 1200 companies from 19 countries have taken part in RAO/CIS Offshore over the years of its existence.
SOURCE Marintec China
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