ME-TECH 2017, 21 – 23 February, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai
The importance of technology and successful project implementation is a must for the Downstream sector and there remains a clear drive and commitment on improving product specifications, increasing conversion, reducing emissions and increasing margins.
ME-TECH – Middle East Technology Forum for Refining & Petrochemicals provides a high-level platform for Refiners, Petrochemical Producers, Licensors, Catalyst Manufacturers, EPCs, Equipment Suppliers, Consultants and related service providers to meet and exchange information on the key solutions that will benefit our industry.
In just a week, ME-TECH will be kicking off its seventh edition in the prestigious venue of Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai. This forum includes topical technology and project-related presentations as well as ample opportunity for high quality networking and has consistently welcomed a distinguished panel of expert speakers.
Companies confirmed to participate at ME-TECH 2017 include: ADNOC, Al-Waha Petrochemical Company, BAPCO, Borouge, Duqm Refinery, ENOC, Gulf Downstream Association, Jordan Petroleum Refinery Company, KIPIC, KNPC, Kuwait Aviation Fuelling Company (KAFCO), Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI), Ministry of Industry & Minerals - Republic of Iraq, MOL, NATPET, Oman Oil Company, ORPIC, Petrochemicals & Fertilizers Committee - Iraq, SABIC, SADARA, Saudi Aramco, Takreer, YASREF, Air Liquide, Albemarle, Amec Foster Wheeler, Andritz Separation, ART, Axens, BASF, Bechtel, BP, Burckhardt Compression, Clariant, Ceramtec, Chevron Lummus Global, Criterion Catalysts & Technologies, DuPont, ExxonMobil, GE, GTC Technology, Heraeus Metal Management, Heurtey Petrochem, Honeywell UOP, IHS Markit, ILF Consulting Engineers, IMI Z&J,GAYESCO-WIKA, KBR Technology, Linde, Merichem, Methanol Institute, Methanex, Nexant, PAS, Petrofac, Paul Wurth, Process Systems Enterprise, Sabin Metal, Schneider Electric, Shell Global Solutions, Technip, Univation and more.