Pro­gramme an­nounced for 2017 Petroleum Con­fer­ence

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - OIL & GAS -

The 2017 Petroleum Con­fer­ence will con­sist of ple­nary ses­sions and three con­cur­rent streams: • Geo­science. • Tech­nol­ogy and Engi­neer­ing. • Com­mu­nity, Com­mer­cial and Reg­u­la­tory.

REGIS­TRA­TIONS ARE OPEN

Reg­is­tra­tion is open for the New Zealand Petroleum Con­fer­ence 2017, to be held in New Ply­mouth 21-23 March. Don’t miss out on the early ben­e­fits avail­able, par­tic­u­larly the ac­com­mo­da­tion in New Ply­mouth as this will book out early.

BOOK YOUR AC­COM­MO­DA­TION

Book ac­com­mo­da­tion di­rectly through the reg­is­tra­tion page and visit the ac­com­mo­da­tion page for the ho­tels and prices – book soon to avoid dis­ap­point­ment!

SPON­SOR­SHIP AND EX­HI­BI­TION OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES AVAIL­ABLE

While spon­sor­ship and ex­hi­bi­tion op­por­tu­ni­ties at the New Zealand Petroleum Con­fer­ence are sell­ing fast, there are still a num­ber avail­able, but you will have to move fast.

The Con­fer­ence has al­ready at­tracted a large num­ber of high pro­file spon­sors, who have recog­nised the ben­e­fits of part­ner­ing with us to de­liver New Zealand’s premier up­stream petroleum con­fer­ence.

Spon­sor­ship at the con­fer­ence pro­vides an un­par­al­leled op­por­tu­nity to pro­mote your brand to the over 500 del­e­gates in at­ten­dance, say PEPANZ.

There are a range of pack­ages avail­able, de­signed for all bud­gets, each with a range of ben­e­fits. How­ever, there are limited num­bers avail­able, so it is im­por­tant that you move quickly to se­cure a spon­sor­ship op­por­tu­nity. As well as spon­sor­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties, ex­hi­bi­tion booths are also sell­ing fast, ad­vises the or­gan­is­ers. An ex­hi­bi­tion booth pro­vides ex­hibitors with a ded­i­cated space within the Con­fer­ence venue to pro­mote your brand and ser­vices, and in­ter­act with key de­ci­sion mak­ers and in­flu­encers in the petroleum sec­tor who will be at­tend­ing the event.

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