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Register before 31 July and your accommodation is on us!

DOWNSTREAM CASPIAN AND CENTRAL ASIA

Register before 31 July and your accommodation is on us!

Starting from today Globuc is launching a special promotion to anyone who registers before the end of July.

This summer our treat to anyone who registers before the end of July is two complimentary nights at Hampton by Hilton Astana Triumphal Arch.

This year Downstream Caspian and Central Asia will be held on 23-24 September and will be a part of Kazakhstan Energy Week. This means that thousands of delegates will flood Nur-Sultan. Finding an accommodation will become increasingly difficult closer to this week-long event. We want to take that hassle from you so that you have more time and energy to focus on your participation at our conference.

*the offer only covers 2 nights at Hampton by Hilton Astana Triumphal Arch at the duration of the conference and no additional costs.

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