“Made in Russia” exposition showcases cutting-edge developments by Russian companies in the oil and gas industry at OGU – 2022 exhibition
On May 18–20, Tashkent will host the 24th International Oil and Gas Exhibition – OGU, which will feature an exposition under the “Made in Russia” brand. The exposition will bring together cutting-edge developments and technologies in the oil and gas industry from 35 leading Russian companies.
“The International Oil and Gas Exhibition in Tashkent is a top-level platform for showcasing the latest achievements and developments for international oil and gas companies, as well as a key business meeting place for suppliers and manufacturers. Traditionally, the exhibition has a “Made in Russia” exposition presenting the achievements of key Russian manufacturers. This year, a rich program is planned, which I am sure will allow our companies to prove themselves and get the most out of business meetings,” said Veronika Nikishina, CEO of the Russian Export Center.
The “Made in Russia” exhibition area of almost 800 square meters will allow participants of OGU – 2022 to get acquainted with national know-how, which was highly praised by Russian and foreign oil and gas companies.
Among the exhibitors are manufacturers of explosion-proof electrical equipment, engineering and manufacturing and construction companies, and power engineering companies in Russia. To view the full list of exhibitors, please follow this link.
At the “Made in Russia” exhibition, representatives of Russian companies will present their products and share the best practices of cooperation. In addition, the participants of OGU – 2022 will hold business meetings, discuss the prospects of cooperation, and share their best practices to make the oil and gas industry safer and more environmentally friendly in accordance with international trends in large-scale business development.
“Made in Russia” is a national brand aimed at increasing recognition and expanding the audience of domestic goods, services, projects, and manufacturers in both domestic and international markets. It is under the “Made in Russia” brand that the top Russian companies