Throwback to OTC 2016: Trey Mebane brought gifts to make his Norwegian friends look more cowboy-e: (left-right) Morten Paulsen, Consul General at the Norwegian Consulate in Houston, Anne-Grete Ellingsen, CEO of GCE NODE, Trey Mebane and Harald Furre, Mayor of Kristiansand.

NODE companies are invited to be part of NODE's stand at OTC 2017 in Houston.

“This is ideal for small and medium-sized enterprises. It represents an opportunity to be part of a larger stand at a reasonable cost”, says project manager Ann Marchioro at GCE NODE.

Last May, for the first time ever, GCE NODE and participating companies occupied a 40 square meters large area in the Norwegian Pavilion at the world’s largest oil expo, OTC.

“Feedback from the companies was very positive. We are now checking the interest among NODE companies for a joint stand in 2017. We need a minimum of six companies”, says Marchioro. The dates for OTC 2017 are May 1-4.

OTC is the most important meeting place for the oil and gas industry. As Norwegian technology and competence is widely regarded as world-leading within the industry, there is great interest for Norwegian companies at OTC.

“In addition to the stand, we are putting together a solid and varied program aimed at providing companies with numerous opportunities to meet key decision makers in the industry”, says Marchioro.

For further information about OTC 2017, please contact Ann Marchioro.