Every two years since 1982, the Rio Oil & Gas event is held in Brazil. The event is the main and most important happening about oil and gas in Latin America. This blend of fair, exhibition and conference contributes to the consolidation of Rio de Janeiro as the capital of big oil and gas. Currently, the state of Rio concentrates 80% of all oil produced in the country and 50% of gas production.
The Rio Oil & Gas is an important lure for domestic and foreign companies to present their products and services. In addition, a conference gives the opportunity to discuss key issues related to technological innovations. Not to mention that some of these new technologies are presented exclusively at the event. When an edition of the event happens the whole industry in the world turns their attention to Rio de Janeiro. It’s a great opportunity to add value and opportunity for your company, reinforcing its image in the international market.
As the numbers show Rio Oil & Gas is an excellent way of doing business and each edition is record! In the last edition in September 2010, 53,000 visitors from 51 countries passed through the halls of the four-day event. At the technical conference, the numbers of papers presented and the participating countries were also records. There were 740 works by authors from 28 countries. With so many records, the consequence is that the next edition should be better than 2010.
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Brazilian oil-and-gas producer Petroleo Brasileiro SA (PBR, PETR4.BR) has a presalt oil-discovery success rate of nearly 80%, a company exploration-and-production official said Wednesday. From MarketWatch.
A delegation from Newfoundland and Labrador will attend the 2012 Rio Oil and Gas Expo and Conference in Brazil, beginning Sept. 17.
The local representatives, including one for the Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association (NOIA), will check into the potential to introduce more local products and services into Brazilian offshore exploration and production work. From TheTelegram.