HEAVY Middle East

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Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2010 End Date/Time: Dec 08, 2010
Registration Date: Dec 07, 2010
Early Registration Date: Aug 27, 2010
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Innovative approaches save $$$$ in heavy lifting

Why HEAVY MIDDLE EAST?

It's quite simple. At HEAVY ASIA in March, attendees from operators and EPC contractors asked us to bring the event to the Middle East.

Why?

Because they're searching for innovative approaches to the design of lifts that will ultimately save costs. "Latest", "future" and "new" are the buzz words whether you're talking about projects, vessels, techniques or equipment.

So what is new in heavy lifting and heavy haul in the Middle East? And more importantly what's going to help cut costs and deliver future projects on time? HEAVY MIDDLE EAST will answer these key questions. How?

EPC Contractors, Operators, Manufacturers in one room
That's right. By drawing the main players from across oil & gas, petrochemicals and energy together. Expect to meet other senior construction, logistics and projects professionals. And don't worry, you'll have plenty of time for networking. And speakers will be selected from the largest, the most innovative and the most ambitious projects.

Here's just a taster of what you'll get at HEAVY MIDDLE EAST...

Market intelligence on energy sector
Straight forward, no nonsense insights from oil & gas, petrochemical and energy operators will give you insights into:

-New projects in the pipeline
-How big modules are likely to get
-Technological developments that will influence heavy lifting activity
-Working with suppliers from the far east

Your challenges answered

-Innovative approches to the design of heavy lift - specially ones that shave off cost without compromising quality
-Heavy lifts in remote and politically unstable regions - honest accounts of planning and executing lifts in difficult locations like Iraq
-What's new on the vessel front - what's on the cards, in what time frames plus a vision for the long term future
-Fresh case studies where there's no sales pitch - whether its Masdar City, Emirates
-Aluminium (EMAL), or Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, we're approaching some of the most intriguing projects to tell their story
-Tips for getting permits and permissions quicker - get practical ideas for speeding up this slow process
-Safety, safety and more safety - how to embed a culture of safety across your company, your contractors and the region as a whole

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