NOF Energy, the business development organisation for the oil, gas and energy sectors, is offering member companies the opportunity to showcase their products and services at Subsea 2010.
Subsea 2010, which takes place on 10 and 11 February at The Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, is a key event in the subsea industry calendar.
The exhibition organised by Subsea UK, a partner to NOF Energy, attracts leading operators and contractors from the sector and a huge number of companies from the subsea supply chain.
NOF Energy is offering one of its successful stand sharing initiatives, which provides companies with the chance to take space on the organisation's large exhibition stand as a catalyst to meeting new contracts and potentially winning new business both from the UK and internationally.
The stand sharing agreement allows NOF Energy member companies to have a presence at the exhibition without the cost of hiring, designing and setting up individuals stands.
George Rafferty, Chief Executive at NOF Energy, said: "Subsea is truly a global sector with considerable opportunities for the UK supply chain to exploit subsea activities around the world. Subsea 2010 is an ideal opportunity for companies to do business with a sector that has robustly come through the recession and will play a major role in delivering future oil and gas discovery and production."
George added: "In the last year, export sales have accounted for a considerable proportion of revenues for the subsea supply chain, which has allowed companies to survive the downturn and deliver sustained income in preparation for an upturn.
"The subsea sector ability to aid in the extraction of oil and gas from hard to reach locations will be essential as operators tap into deeper and more remote energy reserves."