The North Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference is to take place at the Oran Convention Centre Algeria, 21 to 24 March 2017
The North Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (NEPEC) is the largest international trade fair for the oil and gas industry in North Africa, dedicated to Upstream, Midstream and Downstream and all suppliers of products, services and technologies around the oil and gas industry.
The show will be a showcase of the various offers of products, services and technologies to meet the needs of operators activating in the Oil & Gas sector looking for instant solutions.
It is a platform for communication and business relations in the hydrocarbon sector.
An international meeting of oil tankers and their suppliers, combined with conferences with debates on current topics, under the guidance of experienced national and international experts.
There are four conferences running at the event are; North Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, North Africa Exploration and Production Conference, North Africa Drilling Technology Conference and North Africa Pipeline Technology Conference.
NAPEC 2017 gives visitors the opportunity to meet with decision makers in the oil and gas industry in North Africa, develop their customer portfolio, benefit from the best business opportunities, present their own innovations, strengthen their image and reputation, gather ideal conditions for exchange and dialogue with their own customers, enrich their B to B customer base, increase contacts, raise awareness of professionals, and start to prepare for tomorrow today.
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