French Pavilion returns to ADIPEC

Business FranceBusiness France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, will be hosting more than 40 leading companies from France at ADIPEC, to be held from 12-15 November at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

Business France will be hosting the French Pavilion in Hall 9 in partnership with RACE (special cluster for cutting-edge energy, oil and gas and renewable energy from France), Axelera (competitiveness cluster involved in chemicals, environment) and EVOLEN (French association of companies & professionals related to the oil and gas industry & energy). 

France recognises that ADIPEC is one of the world’s largest, most important and influential oil and gas events that brings together industry stakeholders and experts to share knowledge and exchange of ideas. In recognition of the global significance of this event, France is once again committing its support by gathering renowned French companies on a national pavilion in addition to newcomers.  

 “ADIPEC is the ideal springboard to introduce French oil and gas companies to the region and we are proudly supporting the exhibition by bringing a large number of industry experts and innovators to showcase their products, services and know-know. France’s oil industry posts over 90 per cent of its turnover abroad, making it the world’s second-leading exporter, tied with Norway and the United Kingdom. Bolstered by ambitious research and development programs, the high technological expertise and innovation capacity of French companies account for the nation’s stellar performance,” commented Marc Cagnard, managing director of Business France in the Middle East.

With an estimated total value over US$660bn for the 2015-2025 period; France will be providing solutions and services that meet operators’ needs including the optimisation of tanks, development of reserves, precision tools for wells and surface units, facility surveillance equipment and systems, environmental protection and more. 

The French experts in the oil and gas industry will be at the exhibition and are looking forward to meet with potential partners and customers to further foster partnerships and create continued opportunities for growth.

During the show AUGIER Energy, the worldwide leader in energy distribution & transmission  for medium voltage solutions for long distances up to 50 km, will be hosting a stand. AUGIER Energy, locally represented by FALCOR Enginneering, will be revealing the company’s latest advancements in design of cost-saving systems dedicated to power supply remote receptors in oil & gas sites. Their international clients will also have a chance to discover the latest in economic and efficient solutions for all electrical power supply projects.

“We are very excited to return to ADIPEC 2018 which is the most important international exhibition in the oil & gas segment. Our team of experts are eager to meet with regional colleagues and visitors to extend collaboration opportunities. In the recent years, we’ve grown and strengthened our products and services to maintain our market leadership and to provide our clients unrivaled solutions – which we will reveal at our stand,” said Djewed Hariz, head of international sales, AUGIER

The exhibiting companies are 2B1st Engineering; 3X ENGINEERING; AMACH Consulting; Améthyste; APIX Analytics; Aqseptence; AUGIER; Barriquand; Bio-Ex; Bureau Veritas Marine Offshore; CentrExpert; CHAMPALLE ALCEN; Chromatotec-Airmotec; Colas Environnement; Cryostar; CURISTEC; DG SKID; DORIS Engineering; DrillScan; Drillstar Industries; EFINOR; F2A; FEBUS OPTICS; Filtration SASU; Lafarge Middle East & Africa; Marechal Electric; Mécanic Sud Industrie; Metrolog; Nexson Group; OCEA; Onis; Openfield; POLE AVENIA; Ponticelli; Porcher; Protem; Sercel; SKF Magnetic Mechatronics; SRI; Technogenia and Telephones Le Las.

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