SPE 2015Our sales team had a great week at SPE Offshore Europe (www.offshore-europe.co.uk). The event, which took place in Aberdeen from 8-11 September, is one of the world’s largest technical conferences and exhibitions for the offshore E&P industry. This year, the show boasted an impressive 1500 exhibitors and was attended by an estimated 63,000 professionals from 100+ countries.

As well as sampling Aberdeen’s 135 pubs, bars and cafes, the Ion Science sales force could be found on stand 3A200. A wide range of gas detection instrumentation was on display, including ‘Titan’, our newly launched continuous benzene-specific monitor aimed at the petrochemical market. A true world first, Titan is designed to provide ultimate real-time protection of workforce, environment and plant.

The exhibit also featured our well-proven Tiger handheld VOC detectorCub personal VOC detectorTiger Select handheld benzene detector and MVI mercury vapour detector.

Talking about the show, our Global Business Manager (Oil & Gas), Gary Smith said: “We had a very successful week at Offshore Europe 2015 and made some excellent industry contacts in occupational health and safety. Visitors were particularly interested in the Titan and to learn how our other gas detection solutions could be used for a variety of oil and gas applications. We were well located in hall 3 and it was an ideal opportunity to showcase our forthcoming product developments. Given the market conditions, we were very satisfied with the end result and look forward to attending the event in the future.

“Oil and Gas is a key focus market for Ion Science moving into 2016,” Gary continues. “Being involved in industry events like this is vital for increasing brand awareness so we are keen to explore other exhibition, seminar and conference opportunities going forward. We hope to establish connections with key industry professionals and work side by side on new projects in the oil and gas industry.

About Aberdeen:

With a population of 228,990, Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest city and since the discovery of North Sea Oil in the 1970s has been nicknamed Oil Capital of Europe o the Energy Capital of Europe. Also known as the Granite or Grey City due to the sparkling silver rock used in the construction of its many buildings, it offers both wonderful culture and beautiful scenery.

Aberdeen’s harbour has been central to the life and prosperity of the City since Roman times and is one of the longest established businesses in the UK.

For more information, please contact Ion Science.

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