Getech attending Africa Oil Week and AAPG ICE

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Between November 4th and 9th Getech is delighted to be attending Africa Oil Week and AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. Both conferences take place at place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Africa Oil Week brings together governments, national oil companies, investors, corporate players, independents and financiers giving a place to network, discuss and share knowledge. The conference also attracts the highest quality speakers; including ministers, NOCs, leading scientists and CEOs from major and independent companies. The Getech Group is again proud to support the Petroleum Directorate of Sierra Leone with its International Pavilion.

In the same week Getech is also delighted to be attending AAPG ICE 2018. Recognised as a leading event in the dissemination of high-quality geoscience data and information, AAPG ICE  will gather geoscientists and petroleum industry professionals from more than 60 countries to build their knowledge and skills, discover technology innovations and network with peers.

Getech’s Sales and Marketing Director, Jules Cullen, explained: Getech provides geoscience and geospatial products and services to companies and governments, which they use to de-risk exploration programmes and improve their management of natural resources. Our attendance at Africa Oil Week and AAPG ICE is key to strengthening our alignment to the needs of the many governments and companies we have the privilege to work alongside. We look forward to learning more about future exploration opportunities and how Getech’s products and services can assist in meeting our customers’ business goals. 

Visitors to the Cape Town International Convention Centre will be able to find Getech at:

  • Africa Oil Week: Booth 35
  • AAPG ICE: Booth 313

For further information, please visit www.getech.com

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