Global Gas Processing Challenges: Present & Future Interactive Technology Workshop

Venue: Four Seasons Resort

Location: Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt

Event Date/Time: Oct 18, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2009
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Facing Present and Future Gas Processing Challenges With Innovative Technologies To Optimise the Economic Value of the Gas Streams, Meet Stringent Environmental Standards, Enhance Plant Reliability & Integrity, Plant Energy Efficiency and to Convert Waste to Value

Gas processing can range from simple to complex operations. The separation of components by absorption, adsorption, refrigeration or cryogenics from a stream of natural gas for the purpose of making salable liquid products and for treating the residue gas to meet required specifi cations. A range of advanced solutions to address your processing needs, from straightforward single unit operation to highly integrated multiple technology operations are essential. The Technical Steering Committee has developed a diverse agenda to address the issues and challenges facing the gas processing business today. This workshop will address new technology development, legislative trends, best practices and technical solutions, advanced production processes and engineering know-how as well as health, safety and environment concerns. In addition, this workshop presents a tremendous opportunity to network with your business partners, suppliers, customers and industry associates.

Who Should Attend?

Exploration and production executives, gas fi eld project developers and technology suppliers, process and technology support advisors, licensors and engineers; major engineering and technology providers, facilities engineers, reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, petroleum engineering team leaders, production and reservoir engineers, drilling engineers, head of technology development, process engineer, technical management in the oil and gas business and related government organizations, geoscientists involved with exploration and development of oil and gas reservoirs, head of upstream oil & gas, chief operating offi cer, head of gas development, environment advisor, gas field project developers and technology suppliers, technology manufacturers, contracts and providers, gas supply and operations executives, drilling operation executives, reservoir and gas plant managers and engineers, fi eld operations managers and engineers, oilfi eld project developers and technology suppliers, academics and anyone interested in Gas Processing Challenges.


Abdullah Ghamdi, General Manager – Northern Area Gas Operations, SAUDI ARAMCO

Ahmed Khalil, Process Engineering Specialist, SAUDI ARAMCO

Farhad Turki Al Subaiey, Manager Gas Processing, GP, QATAR PETROLEUM

Ismail Al Ramahi, Manager, Gas Processing Division, Exploration and Production Directorate, ADNOC

Salar Babajan, New Business Development Manager, SHELL

Abdullah Al-Dhafeeri, Specialist E&P Technology, KJO ARAMCO GULF OPERATION & KUWAIT GULF OIL COMPANY

Ahmed Al Somali, General Supervisor Upstream Processing, SAUDI ARAMCO

Rashad Mohamed Ali, GM, Development of National Gas Grid, EGAS

Ali Shams Ardekani, Chairman, Energy Committee, IRAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INDUSTRIES AND MINES

Reza Oskui, Research Scientist, KISR

Mahin Rameshni, Senior Technical Director, Sulfur Technology and Gas, Processing & Project Development, WORLEYPARSONS

Peter Griffin, VP International Projects & Business Operations, GAS LIQUIDS ENGINEERING LTD.

Dimitrios Bantanidis, Senior Account Manager-Global Projects, DOW OIL & GAS

Vijay Kulkarni, Senior VP-Technical, AMINES & PLASTICIZERS LTD.

Francesco Pisanelli, General Manager, AMINE GLOBAL SERVICES

Thierry Darde, General Manager, PALL ENERGY EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA

Amin Khayyal, GM Du Pont Abu Dhabi, DU PONT

Christian Streicher, Amine Business Development Manager, PROSERNAT

Elsayed Latif Bedair, Engineering GM, GUPCO

Mamdouh Mahfouz, Vice Chairman, SAHARA GROUP