Middle East Petrochemicals 2013

Middle East Petrochemicals 2013
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Mar 18, 2013 08:00 AM to
Mar 20, 2013 05:20 PM


The Middle East Petrochemicals industry continues to be the largest producer and exporter globally. With producers looking to expand further into downstream petrochemicals and product diversification and with several global investments and major international players partnering with regional companies to increase petrochemical production, the Middle East market share is expected to grow to 17% over the next 5 years.

MEED’s Middle East Petrochemicals conference is firmly established as a unique annual gathering of national operating companies, major international producers, partners, contractors and technology providers. The conference, now in its 14th year, will once again bring together major players and industry experts to provide you with up-to-date global and regional industry market intelligence, addressing the challenges and opportunities in the Middle East petrochemicals market.

Why Attend Middle East Petrochemicals 2013?

Middle East Petrochemicals provides the ideal platform to network, build business relations and learn about the latest industry market developments in the region by:

  • Exploring the drivers behind the future of regional downstream joint ventures and investment opportunities – from structuring project financing, cross country and company partnerships, forward strategy planning and technology know-how transfers
  • Hearing first-hand regional project updates from key petrochemical stakeholders and discover latest opportunities from the region’s leading NOC and IOC refining operators, EPC contractors and technology solution providers
  • Learning about the size and potential of current extraction processes and propane conversions for petrochemical feedstocks in the region
  • Opportunities for petrochemical and refinery integration and how it can help to deliver better results
  • Assess global markets, price fluctuations and supply and demand and its effects in the region – the impact of shale gas from North America on the region’s petrochemical market
  • A look at India as an export market after China
  • Maximising the Middle East’s competitive position in the world petrochemicals market – investing in people: how diversification can support job creation and welfare in a region hungry for jobs and industrial development

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