From 13 to 16 April 2020 NEFTEGAZ will present the latest products and services for the Russian oil and gas industry at the Expocentre exhibition centre in Moscow.
The line-up ranges from the production and processing of oil and gas, LNG, oil and gas transportation and storage to plants and machinery for the petrochemical industry, as well as measuring equipment, monitoring facilities, safety and security systems, environmental monitoring and industrial safety. The 20th edition of the trade fair is organised by Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, its subsidiary Messe Düsseldorf Moscow and the leading Russian trade fair company Expocentre.
“The range of products at NEFTEGAZ will be unique. It is this diversity that has established NEFTEGAZ as the platform for the Russian oil and gas industry offering international companies optimum access to fast-growing oil and gas industry markets. The success lying ahead for this trade fair in 2020 is the result of the excellent cooperation between our local partner Expocentre and Messe Düsseldorf,” delights Erhard Wienkamp, Managing Director Operative Trade Fair Business at Messe Düsseldorf GmbH.
More than 600 exhibitors from 25 countries are expected at NEFTEGAZ 2020 in Moscow including such global players as Bauer Kompressoren, GAZPROM, TATNEFT, TRANSNEFT, TMK and Ural Pipe Works. The international industry giants include CPTDC from China, Jumo GmbH & Co. KG, Kanex-Krohne Anlagen Export GmbH, Pleuger Industries GmbH, Resato International B.V., RG Petro Machinery Group Co. Ltd., Leobersdorfer Maschinenfabrik GmbH, OOO Samson Controls, Vega Grieshaber KG and Yantai Jereh Olifield Services Group Co. Ltd. The trade visitors will come primarily from Russia and the neighbouring CIS states.
Messe Düsseldorf Group is organising a German pavilion at NEFTEGAZ, supported by the German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA). This will enable over 20 participating companies, including numerous newcomers, to present their innovations at the German pavilion on attractive special terms.
Running in parallel with the trade fair the National Oil and Gas Forum with its numerous conferences and workshops will provide added value for the sector. The organiser of the National Oil and Gas Forum – and also the patron of NEFTEGAZ – is the Russian Ministry of Energy.
Over the last 40 years NEFTEGAZ has developed into one of the top 10 events among the world’s oil and gas trade fairs, and its supplementary programme with conferences and technology symposia is an important stimulus for the Russian industry and a key networking platform.