From the Ohio Oil and Gas Association:
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 20, 2013 — Oil-and-gas-related businesses, industry professionals and decision makers will gather at the Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s (OOGA) 3rd annual Oilfield Expo and Safety Congress Dec. 3 – 5 at Cleveland’s International Exposition (I-X) Center.
The premier oil and gas industry event in Ohio and one of the largest in the eastern U.S., OOGA’s Oilfield Expo 2013 will feature an expanded trade show floor with more than 200 exhibitors, a Fall Technical Conference, an Oilfield Symposium and a Safety Congress.
“Each year, the Expo keeps growing in size and attendance,” said Tom Stewart, executive vice president of OOGA. “Its popularity is a testament to how important oil and gas development is to the economy of Ohio, Appalachia and to the entire nation.”
For more information about OOGA’s Oilfield Expo, visit www.ooga.com.
About the Ohio Oil and Gas Association
The Ohio Oil and Gas Association is a trade association with more than 3,300 members involved in the exploration, production and development of crude oil and natural gas resources within the state of Ohio. For more information, visit www.ooga.org.
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