Industrial Info is pleased to be hosting two outlook events (one webinar, one live event) on its spending outlook for the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in March.

On March 6 at 9 a.m. CST (10 a.m. EST), Industrial Info will present a complimentary webinar on the APAC Oil & Gas project spending outlook. Join Shaheen Chohan, Industrial Info's vice president of global analytics, Chris Paschall, vice president of research for the Refining Industry, and Gordon Gorrie, vice president of research for Oil & Gas, as they discuss the 2019-20 project spending outlook for the region's Oil & Gas sector.

With the global oil and gas markets continuing to be reshaped, and new production capacity development occurring across key markets, APAC producers are responding with capital investments to meet high regional product demand growth. The webinar will provide:
• Identification of which APAC markets are showing the biggest spending potential
• Analysis of the size, shape, and composition of project spending across Oil & Gas Production, Pipelines and Terminals sectors
• A review of the trends and drivers influencing the mid-term capital project outlook

Make sure to RSVP for this event!

On March 14, Industrial Info will present a live Outlook Conference and Networking Event at the Parmelia Hilton Perth Hotel in Perth, Australia. Industrial Info's industry experts will offer an analysis on the prevailing 24-month project spending outlook across Oceania and Southeast Asia. Find out more about the key geographies, industries and sectors shaping the mid-term capital and maintenance project markets.

Industries covered include:
• Oil & Gas
• Refining
• Chemical Processing
• Power
• Mining
Registration for this complimentary event will begin at 4 p.m. After the presentations, you're invited to ask further questions of our industry experts and network with your peers. Space is limited, so make sure to RSVP today!

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