Trade Mission to Asia

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Alberta Economic Development, Trade and Tourism’s (EDTT) Asia Pacific branch is considering a mission to the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Asia 2020 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 24-27, 2020) in collaboration with the Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The main objective of the mission is to connect Alberta companies with potential customers, distributors, and partners in the Southeast Asia region

Participating Alberta companies will have the opportunity to obtain market intelligence from regional experts, participate in targeted B2B matchmaking session & networking functions to meet key buyers in onshore & offshore oil and gas equipment/services sector. (EDTT will try to arrange a group procurement meeting with PETRONAS, Malaysia’s state owned oil and gas company).

If interested contact Andrew Beatty with EDTT at    This is not a formal call for participation, just an expression of interest that will help guide planning. 

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