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The Near Surface Geoscience 2016 exhibition will be held parallel to the 22nd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, the Second Applied Shallow Marine Geophysics Conference and the First Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining.The exhibition will be the central meeting place where companies from all disciplines display their products and services. The coffee breaks and welcome reception take place in the exhibition and provide excellent networking opportunities in an informal setting.

All conferences will include high-profile technical programmes with well-known speakers in their discipline. Over 250 delegates are expected to participate in the event and visit the exhibition. This show gives your company and employees the opportunity to network, exchange knowledge and expose the company’s ideas and name.

Why participate

  • Meet existing and acquire new customers
  • Introduce new products and services
  • Demonstrate your technology and equipment
  • Monitor the competition
  • Expand your network
Benefits to all exhibitors

EAGE provides a range of benefits for all who participate in the exhibition programme. Find out more below or contact us at exhibition@eage.org.

Before Near Surface Geoscience 2016

• Free registration badges
• Free Guest Passes to invite clients & suppliers to the exhibition
• Exposure on the Near Surface Geoscience 2016 website
• Access to the online exhibition manual
• Dedicated EAGE Exhibition Team
• Extensive sponsor programme to maximize your exposure


During Near Surface Geoscience 2016

• Free access to the welcome reception, including drinks and food
• Free use of coffee points
• Exposure in the Programme & Catalogue
• Exposure on the Extended Abstracts USB


After Near Surface Geoscience 2016

• Free participants list
• Statistics
• Company name in EAGE's publication First Break
• Company name in EAGE's Annual Report