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Rio Oil and Gas 2020 UK Pavilion

Rio Oil and Gas 2020 UK Pavilion

21-24 September 2020

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Join the UK Pavilion at Rio Oil and Gas 2020, the leading industry event in South America. Hosting over 42,000 visitors from nearly 80 countries, this exhibition provides your company with a perfect platform to network with industry professionals and boost your visibility regionally and internationally.  With 42.000 attendees from over 80 countries with 500 exhibitors. 

Event Details 
 Date:  21 – 24 September 2020  
 Venue:  Rio Centro, Rio de Janeiro 
Costs (Excl. VAT) 
Shell scheme stand cost: 
Early Bird (book before 24 Jan 2020) EIC Member Rate:  £820 / m2 Non-Member Rate: £840 / m2 
Regular (book after 24 Jan 2020) EIC Member Rate:  £850 / m2 Non-Member Rate: £870 / m2 

Additional costs: 
Sub-Exhibitor: £150 Corner Charge: £250 

Benefits of Participation

•       Prime location next to Petrobras, Technip FMC and Equinor
•       A dedicated onsite project manager
•       Enhanced promotion and visibility
•       Appointed UK freight partner & stand designer 
•       UK Networking Reception
•       Country overviews / project data presentations
•       Access to industry experts 
•       Company profile in the UK group brochure 
•       Support from EIC & DIT
•       VIP Pavilion Tours
•       Catered group lounge
•       Help to identify potential partners & customers   

Why Rio Oil and Gas

The upcoming edition of Rio Oil & Gas, Latin America’s leading O&G event, is particularly important as key projects by Petrobras and IOCs in the country are getting traction. The Brazilian NOC has recently awarded major contracts for the Mero 2 and Buzios 5 FPSOs to SBM Offshore and Modec, respectively, while a decision is imminent regarding the Parque das Baleias and Marlim floating production units. Major contracts are expected to be awarded in the coming months, as the Brazilian company forges ahead with its US84.1 billion investment plan for 2019-23. 
Brazil’s oil and gas opportunities are no longer limited to Petrobras’ pre-salt plans. Oil majors such as Equinor, Shell and Total are actively engaged in field development projects, with contracting activity already underway. Equinor is poised to install Brazil’s largest FPSO – with a capacity of 220,000b/d – at the Carcará field, while Shell has ambitious plans for its Gato do Mato pre-salt field in the Santos basin.

To find out more and book your stand click here.

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