Gastech Official Conference Newspaper
Gas Processing and Hydrocarbon Processing are proud to once again publish the official conference newspaper for the 29th Gastech Conference and Exhibition, taking place at the Makuhari Messe International Convention Center in Tokyo, Japan from April 4–7, 2017.
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Our status as the official media partner for Gastech ensures that our show daily newspapers—and the invaluable advertising opportunities they represent—are distributed throughout the conference and exhibition
as the exclusive newspaper of record, absent any competition.
The four-day, multi-streamed Gastech conference reflects business-critical needs of the international gas and LNG markets. The agenda encompasses highly original commercial and technical content, unrivaled networking opportunities, the open exchange of ideas and a showcase for the latest innovations, technologies and developments across the gas value chain. Gastech is the ideal place to gain strategic insight and increase your company’s visibility to a receptive audience.
Gas Processing and Hydrocarbon Processing produce four, full-color show daily newspapers that will be available at numerous distribution points throughout the conference, exhibition and meeting venues. Content will focus on insight from conference leaders, event program details, venue and exhibition information, articles on current and future industry trends, and coverage of exhibitor presentations and speaking events.
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are now accepting editorial content for the daily newspapers. If you have technical articles, case studies, new products and technologies; and other information relevant to the oil and gas industry, the midstream and downstream processing or petrochemical industries, and the LNG and natural gas cycle, this is a great opportunity to get the word out to an attentive and influential audience at the event. Also, if you are exhibiting or presenting at one of the sessions, the daily newspapers are an effective way to drive attention to your booth and presentations and increase your company’s visibility.
These free articles should range from 500–1,100 words in length and include appropriate hi-resolution images, figures and charts. Check out examples of last year’s show dailies at http://www.hydrocarbonprocessing.com/blog/2015/10/daily-editions-of-the-gastech-2015-official-conference-newspaper
The articles are distributed throughout the event, and the first day’s show daily welcomes the delegates to the event and sets the stage for a successful show. The subsequent three days’ issues will feature articles and photographs from the previous day’s events, sessions, hospitality events and speeches.
For any information about editorial content, please contact:
+1 (713) 520-4431
The show daily readership is extremely high, offering an unparalleled advertising opportunity to highlight your technologies, products, mergers and acquisitions, and drive traffic to your presentations and/or exhibits.
Deadline for advertising space reservations for all four days: March 1
Advertising material deadline for all four days: March 16
For information about advertising opportunities, please contact:
Phone/Fax: +1 (713) 520-4421
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