With a steadily increasing rig count, new buzz words like “SCOOP” and predictions of a Bakken-sized boom for Oklahoma, the 2014 Tulsa Oilfield Expo and 2014 OKC Oilfield Expo give oil and gas businesses an opportunity to gain or increase their exposure in the state’s energy market.
SCOOP refers to the South-Central Oklahoma Oil Play, and these events are geared specifically getting the scoop on the region. The 2014 Tulsa Oilfield takes place June 4-5 at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa and the OKC Oilfield Expo takes place Oct. 1-2 at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. Each show lasts for a day and half and is open exclusively to industry professionals.
“These expos are committed to featuring the latest technology across hundreds of relevant exhibits so that professionals operating in the Oklahoma oilfield and beyond can attend, network and get the best deals on the services and products they need to operate more-efficiently and cost-effectively,” said Amy Double, vice president of marketing for the trade show development company Texas Classic Productions LLC. “There are no speeches, conferences, job fairs or public access. This expo is industry-exclusive and focused on deal-making.”
Booth spaces for these expos are selling quickly, with a large number of sales coming from exhibitors who participated in Texas Classic Productions’ 2013 OKC Oilfield Expo, Oct. 16-17, which based on attendance and exhibitor numbers, was the largest oil show in the state in 2013, according to a company release. Visit www.texasclassicproductions.com for more information.