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Celebrating its 40th anniversary, ONS 2014 in Stavanger will feature 1250 exhibitors and highlight the latest technology and innovation breakthroughs in the industry.   

The event offers Scottish companies a fantastic opportunity to meet potential customers and partners from across the world, sharing the expertise built up in Scotland over the last four decades and more. 

Scotland at ONS 2014

See the best of Scotland at ONS - visit us at stand 916.

We'll be joined by some of Scotland's most successful supply chain firms, showcasing products and services that supporting the oil and gas industry around the world.

A warm welcome is guaranteed.

Get more information at the ONS website

Some of Scotland's most innovative supply chain firms will join our experienced staff and representatives from local authorities in the Aberdeen region in Hall J, Stand 916. 

They'll give you an insight into the business Scotland, highlighting exactly why we're recognised around the world for investment and trade opportunities. 

The oil & gas industry in Scotland 

The UK's oil and gas supply chain employs 224,000 people, has over 2000 active companies and is worth £35 billion. 

And, with much of the industry centred around the Aberdeen region, that means Scotland has wealth of experience. 

Our supply chain companies are active throughout the world, doing business in over 100 countries and with exports worth £10 billion in 2013. 

That's one of the reasons why you'll find Scottish expertise in every major oil and gas field in the world. 

By visiting the Scotland stand at ONS 2014 you'll be able to hear first hand why so many of our supply chain companies are developing products and services that are in global demand. 

You'll also be able to talk to our staff, to find out why the benefits of investing in Scotland continue to attract leading oil and gas companies, including: 

For the latest from the Scotland stand (Hall J, Stand 916) at ONS 2014 and updates from the Scottish supply chain firms joining us in Norway, follow Scottish Development International on Twitter:

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