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23-26 April 2019 • Moscow • Crocus Expo

MIOGE 2018: the exhibitor preview part one

As ever, the Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition (MIOGE) has attracted the great and the good of the global oil and gas industry for 2018’s event. In this first part of our event preview, we take a look at the Russian and international companies exhibiting at this year’s event.
MIOGE 2018: the exhibitor preview part one

Read part two of our roundup of MIOGE exhibitors here.

MIOGE 2018 must-see exhibitors

What has been written about Gazprom that hasn’t been written already? It is the world’s largest gas producer, responsible for 11% of total worldwide annualised production, and one of the largest companies, energy or otherwise, on the planet.
Gazprom is a regular feature of MIOGE, and hosts its own pavilion at this year’s show.
As well as presenting their $21.7 billion investment programme for 2018, Gazprom experts are also giving a presentation at the co-located Russian Petroleum and Gas Congress (RPGC). There, company representatives will be presenting at the RPGC’s main sessions on a selection of topics.
Mitsubishi Electric Russia
Mitsubishi Electric has been integral to the success of many Russian oil and gas projects for decades – including Sakhalin-2, the world’s largest integrated oil and gas development project. Partnering with Gazprom, Mitsubishi has supplied electrical systems and displays for this mammoth undertaking.
The firm’s Russian branch has also supplied more Russian majors with key solutions. For instance, Mitsubishi-designed control room visualisation displays and infrastructure at the control room at Lukoil’s $1.6 billion Pyakyakhinskoye development.
Neftemash covers numerous niches within the oil and gas industry from its production facilities in Russia’s Bashkortostan in Southeast Russia. Its product portfolio covers wellhead heaters, flare gas units, and oil treatment plants, facilitating those important E&P sectors.
The company also holds an impressive array of automation systems, including liquid level sensors and column control valves, designed to improve operational functions on project sites throughout Russia.
Where would Russia be without OMK? For a start, it would probably not be able to boast the Earth’s second longest oil and gas pipeline network. 
OMK is perhaps Russia’s leading pipe manufacturer and Europe’s largest manufacturer of large diameter pipes. The brand specialises in everything piping - from large, medium, and small diameter pipes, to casing pipes and everything in between – and now modular systems.
OMK supplied a modular 376-component system providing metred delivery of reagents that neutralise hydrogen sulphide and scrub oil of undesirable admixtures that cause metals to corrode at the Danilovskoye condensate field, which is operated by the Irkutsk Oil Company.
As well as offering modular equipment, OMK holds a 25% share of the Russian pipeline fittings market, and has boasted a 34% increase in its shared pipes output since 2016. OMK has been busy – but without them, Russian energy would be exceptionally less energetic. 
Germany’s Dräger enjoys a global presence across an incredible host of industries – not least oil and gas safety equipment. Since 2000, the brand has been a key player in supplying Russian oil and gas projects with the equipment they need to stay operational, efficient, and, above, all safe.
From handheld gas detection devices to full-scale fire protection, Dräger offers a comprehensive range of up and downstream solutions designed with full safety in mind. 
And, according to the company’s 2017 report, it has committed to sticking in the Russian market as long as possible – able to supply the most ambitious projects Russian majors have planned well into the next decade.

View the full exhibitor list.

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