DMOG has established cooperation with several international partners. These are used in a network where knowledge about future projects and business is shared. Two meetings are scheduled annually.
The international partners are:
The Carbon Energy Club is an initiative of Agoria, the Belgian federation of the technology industry, a privately funded, not for profit professional association.
The main objective of the Carbon Energy Club is to be a platform to promote the products and services of our members to the global oil, gas and energy market.
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Decom North Sea is a UK-based industry forum set up to maximise the business opportunities presented by North Sea decommissioning for supply chain companies.
The main objective of the forum is to deliver practical industry support to improve knowledge transfer and stimulate collaborative activities across the North Sea.
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With 625 members, the EIC is the leading trade association for UK companies supplying goods and services to the global energy industry.
The EIC Head Office is in London with regional offices in Aberdeen and on Teesside and international offices in Rio, Houston, Dubai, Singapore and Beijing (opening March 2011).
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The EVOLEN Association was born out of the merger on 1st July 2011 of GEP (the association of companies in the oil and gas related industries) with the AFTP (the association of oil and gas technicians and professionals), both of which are committed to the worldwide promotion of French excellence in the oil and gas industry.
The combined expertise of its 1,320 members (220 companies and 1,100 professionals) covers the whole of the oil and gas sector (exploration, production, development, logistics, refining and distribution).
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IRO - the Netherlands
Since its foundation in 1971 IRO promotes the interests of the Dutch supply and service companies in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Members cover all activities involved in the supply industry, such as engineering, field development, pipeline installation, maintenance, manufacturing and material & equipment supply, onshore as well as offshore. IRO represents the interests of 400 member companies.
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ITF is a ‘not for profit’ organisation and is owned by 22 major global operators and service companies. Our key objectives are to identify technology needs, foster innovation and facilitate the development and implementation of new technologies.
To date ITF has been responsible in delivering 120 new collaborative and revolutionary oilfield technology projects to the market, securing direct ITF membership funding of around £35 million.
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Norsk Industri comprises 2,200 companies with 125,000 employees and a turnover of 651 bill. NOK (2009). Norsk Industri Oil & Gas is gover-ned by a board elected by its members and represent the Norwegian service and supply industry.
Our members have extensive experience and capabilities comprising engineering, procurement, construction, installation, maintenance and modification and have strong record from deepwater developments, harsh environment and stringent environmental requirements.
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NOF Energy, the business development organisation for the oil, gas, nuclear and offshore wind sectors in the UK has assisted its network of members to secure an additional £75 million of new business in the last three years.
Our network has more than doubled in the last three years and is currently at its highest in the 21-year history of the organisation - with more than 360 companies.
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The Danish American Chamber of Commerce Southwest (DACCSW) is an independent and private organization established with a "non-profit" status for the following purposes:
To promote trade and good-will between Denmark and the United States, primarily in the South Western part of USA.
To be a forum for networking, discussions and deliberation concerning Danish / American trade.
To be a resource for information and act as an advisory and collaborative body for Danish and American companies and organizations and governmental bodies wishing to or conducting trade.
To sponsor meetings, events and functions featuring subjects supporting trade and culture of interest to the DACCSW members.
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