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NEIA hosting Atlantic Canada Offshore Clean Technology pavilion at Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show

Taking place on June 20-21, 2018 in St. John’s, NL, the Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show is the premier event focused on East Coast Canada’s energy industry, technology and business attracting over 120 exhibiting companies and 2,000 attendees.

NEIA is hosting a pavilion at the show dedicated to the clean technologies being developed in Atlantic Canada that are contributing to the sustainability of the region’s offshore industries.

Does your firm’s product or service contribute to improved efficiency, reduction or repurposing of wastes, and/or the mitigation of environmental risks of business activity in an offshore industry? If so, you should consider joining the Atlantic Canada Offshore Clean Technology pavilion!

Benefits

  • Dedicated space (counter and backdrop) within the pavilion for your firm w/ customized branding
  • Matchmaking assistance from NEIA staff leading up to and at the show
  • Featured ad in the Offshore Clean Technology handout at the event

The cost of participation in the pavilion is $2,000 + HST. There is limited space available within the Atlantic Canada Offshore Clean Technology, so indicate your interest early. Contact Kieran Hanley at kieran@neia.org.

More information on the Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show can be found at: https://atlanticcanadapetroleumshow.com/

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