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North-east firms urged to join Mexico trip

North-east firms urged to join Mexico trip
NORTH-EAST companies are being encouraged to join a trade trip exploring oil and gas opportunities in the Gulf of Mexico area.

NORTH-EAST companies are being encouraged to join a trade trip exploring oil and gas opportunities in the Gulf of Mexico area.

Organised by Aberdeen City Council and Scottish Development International (SDI) in partnership with UK Trade and Investment, the trade mission will give local firms the chance to raise their profile in the Gulf of Mexico and meet possible partners and buyers.

Mexico is the world’s sixth largest oil producer and has the world’s 15th largest proven reserves of oil.

North-east companies are guaranteed private meetings with potential customers, briefings by market specialists and introductions to key commercial, industry and government contacts in each market.

The trip will take in Mexico from January 25 to 30, taking in Mexico City, Villahermosa and Ciudad del Carmen, and the Louisiana Gulf Coast from January 31 to February 5, with trips to New Orleans for the Deep Offshore Technology (Dot) Conference, Port Fourchon and Lafayette.

A financial assistance package of up to £650 may be available from SDI.

Travel and accommodation costs should be met by companies.

For information contact Rebecca Sales at Aberdeen City Council by email at rsales@aberdeencity.gov.uk or by telephone on 01224 814601 or Gordon Keir at gordon.keir@scotent.co.uk or 0141 228 2882.

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