KIOGE 2016 — the key event in Oil & Gas industry — takes place in Almaty

In early October, the capital of Kazakhstan traditionally hosts the largest in the country specialized Oil & Gas exhibition KIOGE. This year, KIOGE will take place for the 24th time.

On the platform of a 14,000 sq.m exposition KIOGE brings together more than 350 companies from 25 countries of the world to present equipment and high technology solutions for oil and gas production and processing, maintenance and construction of facilities, transportation of raw materials to consumers, integrated oil and gas services, project studies and engineering, health safety and environment protection.

FRESHEXPO specialists provided a package of services to Transneft Diascan, JSC, including hotel assignment, booking tickets, and exhibition cargo transportation.

Over the years the KIOGE Conference has become an essential event in the fall season — over 18,000 delegates, including ambassadors of foreign countries, heads of national companies and international consortiums, representatives of branch unions and associations. KIOGE exhibition is a time-tested space for strengthening business connections, finding new clients, efficient promotion of products and services for companies in the local and international market, and it is a great opportunity to learn about other companies’ experience in overcoming crisis tendencies in the industry.

KIOGE–2016 Conference will include a plenary session devoted to Investment Attractiveness of the Oil & Gas Sector of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the medium-term outlook of the market. Among the major subjects to be discussed at KIOGE-2016 Conference are as follows:
  • Effective Cooperation between Oil, Gas and Service Companies
  • Modern Technologies in Oil and Gas Exploration
  • Oilfield Infrastructure Construction and Development
  • Oil and Gas Field Development
  • Drilling and Extraction. Cost Optimization.
  • Investment Agreements in New Market Conditions
  • Specialists for Oil and Gas Industry
  • Mutually Beneficial Cooperation as Part of Development of local Content