KOP Surface Products at MEOS 2017

KOP MEOS 2017KOP Surface Products, one of the world’s leading suppliers of equipment to the oil and gas industry, will be among the 158 exhibitors at MEOS 2017, the Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference taking place this March. The company will be showcasing its range of reliable and cost-effective surface wellheads, trees, valves, and actuators.

Gordon Cameron, CEO; Shaun Bradley, Regional Manager; Ahmed Al Hammad, Country Manager for Saudi Arabia; and Thiago Slivak, Sales Development Manager, will be among the company’s representatives at the booth. They will be meeting with customers and potential customers to discuss how KOP Surface Products can boost productivity and lower costs in all kinds of upstream oil and gas operations, both onshore and offshore.

“After a challenging couple of years, we’re seeing stability and optimism return to the oil and gas industry. As a result, operators are getting back to the business of focusing on maximizing the efficiency of their production facilities,” said Shaun Bradley. “At KOP Surface Products, we provide reliable and efficient equipment that offers customers a faster return on their investment. It’s a successful formula, and we back it up with market-leading customer support and a commitment to the highest levels of integrity. MEOS 2017 is a perfect opportunity for us to underline our commitment to this industry and to our growing customer base in this region.”

The 20th Middle East Oil & Gas Show (MEOS) and Conference takes place from March 6th to 9th, 2017. An estimated 7,000 attendees are expected to attend the event at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre.

For further information, contact:

Thiago Slivak
Sales Development Manager
T: +65 6880 8236

Colin Tung
T: +65 6408 3844

About KOP Surface Products:

KOP Surface Products is a leading global supplier of surface wellheads, trees, valves and actuators to the oil and gas industry. With over 80 years’ experience, KOP Surface Products has pioneered dozens of industry firsts including the introduction of the first splitter wellhead. The company is headquartered in Singapore and is owned by Akastor, a Norwegian-based oil services investment company with a portfolio of industrial holdings and other investments.