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UTILITY Week 8th April 2016

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Maximise your brand profile and educate your core audience through Utility Week Offering you a more enhanced profile than just advertising alone, Utility Week marketing solutions will:   Raise your company's profile above your competitors   Support a major branding push or product/service launch   Position your company as a thought-leader   Generate real leads and drive business To find out more please contact Sarah Wood +44(0) 1342 332077   utilityweek.co.uk to reach the right audience   utility-jobs.net to reach the right candidates Supplier Information Events Gas to the West About the Events As a major infrastructure project, Gas to the West will require a diverse, robust supply chain. By hosting a roadshow of events for suppliers across Northern Ireland, we hope to develop a network of local suppliers who can provide quality goods, works and services at competitive prices. Being held in Belfast, Cookstown, Omagh and Enniskillen across four consecutive days, these events will provide you with more information about Gas to the West and how your business can form part of the project's supply chain. Belfast: 25 April, 12 noon – 3pm, Wellington Park Hotel, Belfast. To reserve your place, visit: http://gttw-belfast.eventbrite.co.uk Cookstown: 26 April, 9am – 12 noon, Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown. To reserve your place, visit: http://gttw-cookstown.eventbrite.co.uk Omagh: 27 April, 9am – 12 noon, Omagh Enterprise Co., Omagh.To reserve your place, visit: http://gttw-omagh.eventbrite.co.uk Enniskillen: 28 April, 9am – 12 noon, Westville Hotel, Enniskillen To reserve your place, visit: http://gttw-enniskillen.eventbrite.co.uk About the Project Following an open competitive process, Mutual Energy Limited and SGN were awarded licences by the Utility Regulator for Northern Ireland to build and operate the high pressure and low pressure gas pipelines which will extend the natural gas network into the West of Northern Ireland. This significant gas network extension will bring the very considerable benefits of natural gas to the towns of Coalisland, Cookstown, Derrylin, Dungannon, Enniskillen, Magherafelt, Omagh and Strabane over the period 2016–2017. For more information, visit gastothewest.com or email: info@gastothewest.com To advertise your vacancy in the pages of Utility Week and on please call Sarah Wood for further information on: 01342 332077

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