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Orga Offshore to attend OTC 2015

27th April 2015
Specialists in providing customised navigational aids and helideck lighting for the offshore oil and gas industry, Orga Offshore is making final preparations for this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas
Circle-H has been made mandatory in UK waters by the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Orga will be happy to discuss why and when you will need to install Circle-H as well as the benefits of selecting its system at its booth

This will be Orga’s third time exhibiting with the EIC at the event and its team is looking forward to being involved once again in the world’s foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection.

OTC takes place 4–7 May at the NRG park. With 328 technical papers, 29 keynote luncheons and breakfasts, 4 ePoster sessions, 11 panel sessions and 2,649 exhibiting companies from 37 countries, OTC gives you access to leading-edge technical information, the industry’s largest equipment exhibition, and valuable new professional contacts from around the world.

Its large international participation provides excellent opportunities for global sharing of technology, expertise, products, and best practices. OTC brings together industry leaders, investors, buyers, and entrepreneurs to develop markets and business partnerships.

You will find Orga Offshore at Booth 2341 where its team of specialists will be showcasing the very latest in explosion proof products, including:

  • Circle-H CAP437 helideck lighting system
  • LED helideck perimeter lights
  • LED marine lights
  • LED helideck status (wave-off) light
  • Navaids Central Control Panel with user-friendly touchscreen

Circle-H has been made mandatory in UK waters by the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Orga will be happy to discuss why and when you will need to install Circle-H as well as the benefits of selecting its system at its booth.

To find out more about any of its products visit Orga Offshore.