Shaping the future of Middle East’s chemical industry in December

ethylene eventMiddle East’s chemical industry is set for inclusive growth. (Image source: get directly down/Flickr)The Ethylene Middle East Technology Conference & Exhibition (EMET), the Middle East Fine and Specialty Chemicals Exhibition and Conference (ME-SPEC) and the Chem-World Exhibition Middle East (ME-CWE) will be held from 11-12 December 2018, at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre in Manama

These events will play an integral role in shaping the future of the Chemical Industry in the Middle East.

Under the patronage of Shaikh Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, minister of oil in Bahrain and supported by National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA), the events anticipate reaching more than 3,500 participants and more than 200 exhibiting companies over the span of two days.

Under the chairmanship of Metab Al Shammari, general manager-petrochemicals, SABIC, these events will bring together technical experts from all over the world to share practical experiences, innovative ideas and strategies for reducing costs, maximising return and creating value on issues related to planning, design, operation and maintenance.

Attendees include C-level executives, project engineering managers, unit managers, chemical engineers and other prominent executives from the energy, chemical, retail and construction industry.

Some of the industry supporters of the event include TechnipFMC, BD Energy Systems, CRI Catalyst, Ingenero, Intecha, Kubota, Pall Corporation and Schmidt + Clemens Group, Keit Spectometers, Kinetic Process Improvements, Chevron Philips, Nalco, MCO Saudi Arabia, Doncasters Paralloy.

Currently, in its third edition, EMET is the event for professionals looking to develop their technical knowledge and optimise their position in the fast-evolving ethylene industry by increased operational efficiency, sustainability and excellence.

The 2nd edition of ME-SPEC provides a regional forum for petrochemical suppliers, converters, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and potential investors to showcase their products and services, network, and share knowledge and experience across the entire value chain.

With the assistance of the international network of China National Chemical Information Centre (CNCIC), Chem-World Exhibition (CWE) has become the most influential event in the chemicals and chemical processing industry, having extensive visibility and influence in the Middle East.

ME-CWE aims to support and encourage enterprises to gain an in-depth understanding of chemical trends and requirements to expand business opportunities between China and the Middle East. This platform will provide face-to-face networking opportunities for chemical CEOs, managers, engineers, technocrats and scientists, policy makers, planners, and the world’s largest chemical companies.

Combined, these three events make for an unmissable, world-class networking event for delegates, visitors and investors.

For further information, please visit www.ethylene-me.com (EMET) and www.mespec.org (ME-SPEC)

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