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Media Information 2010/2011. The oil and gas industry has been instrumental in sustaining the growth rate of the Indian economy and constitutes over 15%

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1 Media Information 2010/2011

2 The oil and gas industry has been instrumental in sustaining the growth rate of the Indian economy and constitutes over 15% of the country’s GDP. Commencement of crude oil production in Rajasthan, large oil discoveries in the Krishna-Godavari basin and improved oil recovery projects by oil companies have supported the growth to a large extent. After the latest licensing round, the overall number of blocks under exploration has exceeded 200. There is an urgent need to explore new technologies in order to intensify exploration efforts to convert remaining prognosticated reserves, increase the recovery factor of producing fields as well as the setting up of LNG Regasification terminals and the laying of transnational pipelines. New discoveries allied to massive investment in oil field development, new refineries and a growing hydrocarbon transport infrastructure, covering pipelines, ports, tankages and retail outlets is fuelling interest in the very latest technologies and services being deployed in the industry around the world. The Cavendish brand of publications is a well established brand of quality products for emerging markets. Oil & Gas Technology, published for India, Brazil, Russia/CIS and China has been uniquely created to bring greater awareness of the very latest techniques, technologies and services being employed in state of the art oil and gas production facilities around the world to the rapidly developing markets of the so-called BRIC economies. These publications are an invaluable source of critical information for all senior professionals at the cutting edge of their industry.

3 CONTENT: Exclusive interviews and features examine every aspect of the Oil and Gas industry worldwide with special emphasis on technologies, best practice and innovations from the West and how this expertise can be transferred to the Indian oil and gas sector. Engineers, Geophysicists, CEOs, Contractors, Environmental Safety Experts, Policy Makers, Supply Chain Specialists and many other renowned industry experts share their knowledge and insights. Case studies and articles cover topical developments in the industry and insight into the latest technologies. From exploration and production through to specifying advanced refining and processing technologies, Oil & Gas Technology India gives readers invaluable advice on bringing greater productivity and efficiency to their projects. Core Areas -Exploration & Production -Subsea Technology -Refining and Processing -Instrumentation, Automation & Control -Pipeline Technology -Transportation and Logistics -Consultancy, Training & Services -Health, Safety & Environment From a readership survey conducted in January 2009: 64% subscribed to keep up to date with industry news and source suppliers 60% spent over 45 minutes reading each publication 73% regularly referred back to previous issues 75% thought the technical level of the articles was just right 86% thought that the length of the articles was just right

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5 READERSHIP: Oil & Gas Technology India is distributed nationwide on a quarterly basis to named, senior decision makers and technical personnel. As a result of our findings, Oil & Gas Technology India will be reaching a projected readership of over 60,000 readers per quarter, and will be produced in the form of both printed publications as well as e-copies to our database of “ opt-in ” subscribers. In addition, we distribute at all major tradeshows, conferences and seminars in India. From a readership survey conducted in January 2009: 66% had been influenced by an advertisement in the publication 20% had bought as a direct result of seeing an advertisement in the magazine 53% shared their copy with 4 or more people 78% had personal internet access at both home and at work Readers include: Government Personnel CEOs/GMs/Executive Directors Heads of E&P/Drilling/Offshore/Geology Chief Engineers and Technicians Asset Managers Bunker Operators Logistics Managers Shipping Companies Plant Supervisors Directors of Operation Project Heads/Managers Health & Safety Officers Contractors Readers are from companies such as: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC); Reliance Industries Limited (RIL); IndianOil (IOC); GAIL (India) Limited; Bharat Petroleum; Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (HPCL); Oil India Ltd. (OIL); Essar Oil Ltd Assam (ACL) Gujarat State Petroleum Corp. Ltd (GSPCL) Engineers India Limited (EIL); Larsen & Toubro Ltd. (L&T); HPCL- Mittal Energy Ltd. Cairn India; Aban Offshore; Jindal Drilling & Industries Ltd.; Hardy Exploration & Production India Inc; Bengal Energy (BEII) Petronet LNG Ltd.; Punj Lloyd; BG India; Dolphin Offshore; Tata Projects Ltd; Shell Global; BP; Chevron; ENI, Transocean Plus other international service companies & contractors operating in India

6 SPE OGIC We enjoy contact with industry organisations who provide us with feedback, direction on future issues, and access to their members. These organisations and associations include entities such as: Dr Rajendra K Pachauri Director General TERI – The Energy and Resources Institute TERI does original research and provides professional support in the areas of energy, environment, and the conservation of natural resources to governments, institutions, and corporate organizations worldwide. Dr Pachauri is an internationally renowned expert in the field of energy, the environment and sustainable development. He is currently the Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, President of the Asian Energy Institute and has served on the board of both The Indian Oil Corporation and GAIL (India) Limited, as well numerous other national and international committees. Mr R.S Sharma Chairman and Managing Director ONGC – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited ONGC is India’s most valuable company with more than an 80% market share of India’s Crude Oil and Natural Gas Exploration and Development sector. The company has been transformed beyond its E&P roots into a fully integrated world class Oil and Gas Company with a global presence, with major upstream, downstream and retail activities.

7 ADVERTISING - our competitive package includes: A full colour presentation within the relevant editorial section Direct access to a targeted readership with an endorsed and respected platform Formidable exposure to decision makers and specifiers in one of the world’s fastest growing energy markets Support from our India office Bonus distribution at all major Indian oil & gas conferences and trade shows as well as top international events Internal Page £ 6,000 Half Page£ 4,000 Back Cover£ 11,950 Inside cover (front/back)£ 8,950 Double Page Spread£ 8,950 Costs are in Pound Sterling (GBP). Discounts are available for annual bookings.

8 For further information, please contact: Kay Becker – Publishing Director Tel : +44 (0) To view or subscribe to the e- magazine: James Stromberg – Group Director Tel : +44 (0) Mark Venables - Editor Gail Smythe - Administration Published by: Cavendish Group International Ltd Commonwealth House 1-19 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1NU


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