On June 23 - 26, the Russian research and production company Grasys took part in Russia's largest industrial exhibition of the petroleum sector OIL & GAS / MIOGE 2015.
The exhibition introduced 1,000 companies from more than 40 countries and was attended by about 30,000 visitors — petroleum specialists. The exhibition traditionally hosted the 12th Russian Oil and Gas Congress – the country's largest internal forum of petroleum sector participants. 120 petroleum specialists representing government agencies, leading oil and gas companies and industrial associations delivered their reports.
The regular exhibition participants are: Bashneft, Burintech, Vympel, Gazprom, Gazprom neft, Grasys, Zarubezhneft, Nefteavtomatika, OZNA, Rimera, Rosneft, Tatneft, Transneft, Pipe Metallurgical Company (TMK), CHTPZ, ABB, Emerson, Endress+Hauser, Fluide-Line, GE, IMS, National Oilwell Varco, Schneider Electric, Weatherford, Yokogawa Electric, national stands of Germany, Italy, china, Norway, USA, Taiwan, Finland, France, Sweden, South Korea.
This year, the stand of Grasys was visited by representatives of Rosneft, Gazprom, Sibur, Transneft, GE and many others, delegations from the Middle East countries; Germany, China etc. The company was actively participating in the negotiations focused on gas conditioning technologies and membrane technology applications aimed at resolving tasks of petroleum companies.
The Grasys stand presented an upgraded gas separation unit, innovative membrane module of Grasys outfitted a hollow-fiber nanocomposite membrane, and provided a continuous video demonstration of the advantages of membrane gas treatment technology. Visitors at the stand could observe in real time the specific air and gas separation processes and results of all projects implemented by the company as showed on the touch-screen displays.
Considering the state import replacement policy, special attention was paid to the domestic producers and engineering companies, where Grasys proves one of the leaders by the number of its projects – more than 850 in Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe.