Indonesia: COSL Attends 36th IPA Convention and Exhibition

Indonesia COSL Attends 36th IPA Convention and Exhibition

China Oilfield Services Limited attended the 36th IPA Indonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition which was recently held at the Jakarta Convention Center. This is the sixth year in a roll that COSL participates in the same event as one of the major exhibitors.

The IPA Convention and Exhibition is held annually and is the largest exhibition for the oil and gas industry in Indonesia in terms of scale. It is also the best occasion for oil and oilfield services companies to showcase and market their businesses in the Indonesian market. The exhibition saw attendance from internationally well-renowned oil and oil services companies. During the exhibition, COSL showcased its service capabilities and professional experience to its customers, aiming at helping them arrive at a more thorough understanding of the Company’s offerings and establish confidence in using the Company’s services.

The Company has been in the Indonesian market for many years with services covering offshore drilling and oilfield services, etc. The Indonesian market has become one of the key contributors to COSL’s revenue derived from overseas activities.

Subsea World News Staff, May 29, 2012; Image: COSL

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