United Safety at the Brazil Onshore 2014 Trade Show

27 November 2014

Bringing innovations to Iraq and why it’s important given the country’s local conditions The Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP), in partnership with the SPE and with support from Petrobras, are hosting the Brazil Onshore 2014 in the city of Natal, located in the NE of Brazil, from November 25 to 27, 2014.

A conference and an exhibit bring together representatives of companies dedicated to the onshore oil and gas industry in Brazil and abroad, under the theme “Growth, Innovation, and Revitalization”. United Safety is present as part of the Canada Pavilion – organized by the Consulate-General of Canada in Rio, Export Development Canada (EDC), and the Government of Alberta – in a delegation of approximately 14 Canadian companies.

Steve Macdonald (Brazil Country Manager) and Carlos Almeida (Latin America Business Development Manager) are representing United Safety at the event. “We are excited to be present at this event, which helps solidify our presence in the Brazilian market” says Mr. Macdonald, “the opportunity to hold one-on-one meetings with companies interested in our service allows us to better demonstrate how we can help them improve their safety program”.

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