2nd Annual Middle East Petrochemicals Forum 2008

Venue: TBC

Location: Doha, Qatar

Event Date/Time: Apr 21, 2008 End Date/Time: Apr 22, 2008
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After the success of its inaugural event last year, Fleming Gulf is delighted to announce, the 2nd Annual Middle East Petrochemicals Forum 2008, scheduled on the 21st and 22nd of April 2008 in Doha, Qatar. Due to the fluctuating crude oil prices, there might be change in the potential directions for basic resource. Therefore the experts in the petrochemicals industry must take into consideration changes brought about by the capacity growth and its subsequent impact on the global market. It is estimated by CMAI that by the year 2010, Middle East will produce around 20% of the world’s basic petrochemicals and polymers like ethylene and polyethylene.
The conference will look at the current situation in all of the emerging markets as well as other key topics such as industry rationalisation, supply and demand issues, investment strategies and opportunities, the impact of high oil prices, refinery integration as well as the latest in technological advances and the expansion of low-cost production facilities.
Bringing together key players from across the globe, this timely event will bring attendees up to date on all issues affecting the industry as well as provide outstanding networking opportunities. This is your chance to meet with leading industry experts and decision makers who can make a difference to your business.
We have key contributions from some of the leading industry players such as QP, QAPCO, Shell, PIC, Borouge, GPIC and many more. These industry experts would discuss key issues revolving around the market along with an interactive panel discussion giving a chance to all the attendees to put forward their viewpoints as well. Therefore, making this event something that cannot be missed.

Venue

TBC
DOHA
Doha
Qatar
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Key Speakers: · Dr. Mustafa Al Jarrah, Director General, Ministry of Industry and Minerals · Dr. Andrew Spiers, Senior Vice President, Nexant Chem Systems · Dr. Theodore Theodoropoulos, Senior Executive-Head of Financial Analysis, QAPCO · Mohammed Kebir, Manager-Petrochemicals Ventures, QP · Harald Hammer, CEO, Borouge Marketing Pte. Ltd. · Vikram Sampat, VP-Hydrocarbon Business, Reliance Industries · Dr. Heinz Zimmermann, VP-Business Development, Linde AG · Ramabhadran Balaji, Senior Manager-Spherilene Technology, Basel Technology · Mr. Abdulrahman Al Jawhary, General Manager, GPIC · Adel Al Munifi, Head of Marketing and Polyether Director, Equate · Hesham Raafat, CEO, Oriental Petrochemicals · Yousef Al Ateeqi, GM-Olefins II Project, PIC · Phil Parker, GM-Business Development, Shell Chemicals ME · Jehad Al Hajji, DMD-Manufacturing-Fertilizers, PIC Key topics: - The demand and supply for oil as well as its future market outlook - Acquiring raw materials for production, value added petrochemicals chain as well alternatives and substitutions for material - How can crude oil and natural gas are used as a diversification tool - Insights on refinery integration as a tool to reduce costs - Latest technologies available in polyolefin and olefin Who should attend: CEO, COO, Directors, Executive Directors, Sr. VP/ VP/ AVP GM/GM/AGM, Lawyers, industry analysts, licensing department, research analysts, Senior executive decision makers from the regions petrochemical majors, and oil & gas companies, Integrated refining and petrochemical complex operational personnel, Engineering and technology manufacturers, contractors and technology providers, Plant and Operation Directors, Process and technology support advisors and licensors, Senior petrochemical specialist and management personnel, Project management specialists: strategic and technological, Specialist: advisors and industry analysts and consultants, Financiers: corporate, project and trade finance specialists INDUSTRIES INVOLVED: Petrochemical companies, Large scale engineering companies, Technology providers, EPC Companies, Consultants, Lawyers banks and financial institutions