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Discover ABB Hazardous Area Products at Offshore Technology Conference 2016, Houston

April 15, 2016 - Regarded by many in the oil and gas industry to be the world’s leading event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection, OTC 2016 – the Offshore Technology Conference – is taking place between 2-5 May at NRG Park in Houston, Texas.

As a long established provider of global electrical solutions to the oil and gas fraternity, ABB will once again be in attendance, showcasing a wide selection of products and services for hazardous area applications on booths 5470 (in the NRG Center) and 345 (outdoor exhibit).

For more than 50 years, ABB has offered products, systems and services across the entire hydrocarbon value chain. We have an unrivalled track record of providing an integrated approach for automation and electrical needs that significantly reduces the industry’s costs, keeps oil and gas projects on schedule and contributes towards minimising risk. At ABB we have a global reputation for consistently delivering innovative and reliable product operation, enhanced safety features and worldwide system availability.

That last point is worth reiterating. ABB hazardous area products have attained – and regularly surpassed - the world’s most highly regarded and trusted regulatory standards, approvals and certifications, the result of which is that our flexible conduits, fittings, lighting, emergency lighting and enclosures can be used reliably and safely anywhere in the world. The oil and gas sector significantly benefits from tangible cost savings, thanks to being able to choose ABB as a single global supplier.

If you’re attending OTC 2016, download our hazardous area product catalogs regarding our flexible conduit systems and cable glands and light fittings, enclosures and custom-built control panels, then meet us on booths 5470 and 345. Alternatively, contact the ABB team before OTC 2016 to discuss your oil and gas application needs, and arrange to meet us at the event.

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