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Aberdeen-Houston Gateway 2016 hailed a success

Brett Jackson, Karen Bell and Travis Middleton
Brett Jackson, Karen Bell and Travis Middleton

The fourth Aberdeen-Houston Gateway has been hailed as a resounding success as delegates from the US visited the UK for the annual event.

Participants were given the opportunity to meet and explore potential opportunities as well as strengthening ties between the two global energy hubs.

The event brought over a delegation of Houston representatives who were led by the British Consul General for the region, Karen Bell.

Presenters at the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway included Paradigm Flow Services who welcomed visitors to their premises in Aberdeenshire.

The British Consul General in Houston,Karen Bell,said: “I was thrilled to be in Aberdeen and continue strengthening cultural and commercial links between Aberdeen and Houston. The Aberdeen-Houston Gateway events every year are immensely important in showcasing the world-class innovation coming out of both energy hubs and how these two cities continue attract global attention.”

The founder of the Aberdeen Houston Gateway, Brett Jackson, said he was delighted so many people had given their support for the event.

He said:”Current operating conditions mean that it has never been more important to look at diversifying and adding value and we hope that the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway will prvide an important springboard from which people can grow their businesses.”

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