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October 24-26, 2017 | Lafayette, Louisiana | Center for International Trade - Cajundome & Convention Center

LAGCOE 2017 has been fuelling global energy solutions for 60 years as one of the world's pioneer oil and gas expositions. Offering access to state-of-the-art equipment, service, and technologies in the onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration and production industry, LAGCOE 2017 will showcase cutting-edge innovation in Lafayette, Louisiana, the industry gateway to America’s Energy Corridor.

The U.S. Commercial Service is recruiting and coordinating buyer delegations to attend LAGCOE 2017 from 5 preselected countries, through the International Buyer Program Select (IBP Select). The program includes sessions to inform U.S. companies of the export potential of their products and services to these and other markets, and provide expert guidance on best practices to expand internationally. LAGCOE 2017 exhibitors will be promoted to international buyers for pre-arranged appointment scheduling.

**To walk the show floor and attend LAGCOE 2017, or inquire about exhibitor space available, click HERE. Access to all programs will require attendee or exhibitor credentials**

Countries currently recruiting delegations include:

Canada

Mexico

Ghana

Saudi Arabia

Ukraine


Please see below for U.S. Commercial Service programs at LAGCOE 2017:

Showtime Export Counseling Meetings provide participating companies the opportunity to engage in individual discussions with industry experts on key export topics. Oil and gas industry specialists and market managers focused on 6 key markets importing U.S. goods and services will be available at LAGCOE 2017. Joining these experts will be regional staff of the Export Import Bank of the United States, who will provide consultations regarding how to access available trade finance solutions, to help accelerate turnover and control financial risk.

These specialists will be available for private meetings regarding topics of most relevance to your company's market strategy and potential. Participating companies will be prioritized for export counseling regarding the market(s) / topic(s) indicated in their registration.

Representatives from the following markets will be available for Showtime meetings:

Foreign Markets:

Canada

Mexico

South America (Regional)

Ghana

Saudi Arabia

Ukraine

Trade Finance:

Export-Import Bank of the U.S.

DATE: Tuesday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 25

TIME: 20 minute meetings scheduled from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
LOCATION:
Center for International Trade, Convention Center 2nd level

Room 5/Zydeco
Cost:
No charge to participate

REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 9, 2017.

Send your request for registration to office.neworleans@trade.gov

**Open to U.S. based companies with U.S. made products or services with at least 51% U.S. content**

Questions:
Crystal Mills at crystal.mills@trade.gov

The U.S. Commercial Service will support the international presentations coordinated by LAGCOE 2017. For a full listing, click here. Registered show exhibitors and attendees may attend these presentations at no additional charge.

Visit us at the Center for International Trade on the 2nd Floor Convention Center at the Cajundome for more information on our on-site programs, international buying delegations attending LAGCOE 2017, and to receive on-site export counseling!

Questions:
Contact John Henry Jackson at jh.jackson@trade.gov and Dustin Ross at dustin.ross@trade.gov



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