We're heading to Australia's largest oil & gas show - and we'll be joined by some of Scotland's most impressive supply chain companies.
Over 600 exhibitors and 15,000 delegates help make the Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) the largest industry event in Australasia.
And, in 2015, Scottish Development International will be at the heart of the AOG action, joined by just a small taster of the supply chain companies that help make Scotland's oil and gas sector one of the most admired in the world.
Our recent survey of global perceptions of the industry in Scotland showed that 88% of senior industry figures recognise our key role in the sector, with 74% acknowledging Scotland as leading industry training ground.
That level of expertise, and our supply chain's international outlook, means Scotland remains a rich source of partners, suppliers, contractors and inward investment opportunities.
On the stand at AOG
Visit us at Stand 2 at AOG to find out more about opportunities to work with Scotland.
Our expert staff will help guide you through Scotland's strengths and highlight important areas where the Scottish and Australian oil and gas sectors can work together.
You'll also get the chance to meet some outstanding Scottish supply chain companies, including:
Alchemy Oilfield Services
Alchemy specialise in gels and sealing materials for the oil and gas industry, providing high spec sealing products for wellheads, valve and pipeline applications.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS)
Designing, developing, building, hiring and operating a range of subsea equipment has given ESS a strong customer base in the offshore and subsea sectors.
And, with specialist personnel and tailored engineering services, they are well equipped to support projects in even the most challenging of environments.
Founded in 2009 and based at the centre of Europe's oil and gas industry in Aberdeen, IQ Integrity's asset integrity management software is credited with saving clients up to 40% administration time.
Already used on over 20 North Sea assets, the company is now exploring opportunities in the Australasian, Norwegian and North American markets.
Jaz-Tek operate a global business from company headquarters in the north-east of Scotland, specialising in non-explosive pipe recovery and supported by their highly trained workforce.
Their innovative approach includes being the first company in the world to use an extended reach non-explosive cutting tool.
Founded in Aberdeen in 1987, Monitors project cost management support is now in being used on projects worth over $50 billion in more than 15 countries across the world.
With quick delivery of pipeline valves, Online Valves has become a valued supplier in established and developing oil and gas markets.
The company's UK base is supported by operations in UAE, Singapore, Brazil, Australia, Trinidad and the United States, offering high quality products with valuable cost benefits.
Aberdeen's Power Jacks have the UK's largest screw jack manufacturing facility, delivering high quality products offering reliability and accuracy.
With representation in 27 countries, Power Jacks work with customers in over 80 countries.
AOG will mark the launch of a new Load Monitoring Solutions division, allowing Power Jacks to offer new products across several engineering sectors.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Scotland's University of St Andrews, SMRU provides research, technology and expert advice on issues that involve marine mammals.
Walker Technical Consultants
Walker Technical keep the talent pipeline flowing with offices across Scotland and Australia offering a global network of staff for all project stages.
Visit us at Stand O2 at AOG
Why not make the Scotland Pavilion your first stop at AOG?
Our staff will be delighted to help you explore trade and investment opportunities with Scotland's supply chain companies.
And we'll be happy to help you meet the fantastic Scottish companies joining us in Australia.
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