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MENAFN Press - 16/03/2014
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(MENAFN Press) The 18th edition of the Arab Oil and Gas show, which is the International Trade Exhibition for Onshore and Offshore Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Industries serving the Middle East and beyond, will open tomorrow (Monday, March 17, 2014) at Hall 1 of the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC), UAE. This biennial show will focus on Automation Equipment & Systems, Consultancy Services, Education, Training & Recruitment, Safety Systems & Devices, Energy Measurement Systems and Petroleum Testing Equipment. The three-day exhibition will feature representatives from various related industries and entities such as Oil & Gas producers, Petrochemicals, Refineries, Onshore and Offshore Drilling, and Environment and Alternative Energies, to name just a few

The Arab Oil and Gas show, which has been serving the energy industry in the Middle East since 1984, will also incorporate a two-day conference on 'Managing Sustainable Energy' organized by the UAE Society of Engineers along with IC&E. This industry-focused forum will bring together regional leaders and experts in sustainability and project management to discuss prevalent key topics such as current environmental concerns, the growing demand for energy and their impact on governments, society and individuals today. Some of the Conference topics include 'Why System Engineering is Important for Oil & Gas,' 'Energy Management,' and 'Risk Management,' among others.

Carina Rodriguez, Sales Support Manager at Jacobi Carbons, commented: "As one of the largest activated carbon producers in the world, we are very much looking forward to being a part of the Arab Oil & Gas show, which will be a gateway for us to access the vast and lucrative Middle East oil, gas and energy segment. We produce the most diverse range of activated carbon in 13 plants located throughout the world, near the raw material source and close to market, and are constantly looking for new channels to grow. Meeting and networking with important public figures and members of the oil & gas fraternity in the UAE will be another attraction for us at the show. We are confident that through this platform, we will extend our footprint in this part of the world and extend support to our customers in areas of application knowledge, carbon management and process optimization."

"Bin Quraya is proud to participate in Dubai's 2014 Arab Oil & Gas Show and our team is looking forward to many discussions with other visiting Oil & Gas industry experts. Having served the industry since the early 1970s, Bin Quraya is excited to be at the forefront of this amazing new era for the sector, and is constantly expanding and diversifying to meet the increased and equally varied demand for our services," concluded Shadi N. Saber, IT & Branding Manager, Bin Quraya.

More than 300 exhibitors from over 25 countries, including but not limited to Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Brazil, China, Saudi Arabia, Oman and UAE, are expected to display their products and services at the Arab Oil and Gas 2014. Furthermore, the Training and Recruitment Platform of the show, which comprises an integral part of the event, will be held to focus on training, professional development and employment in the energy sector. For more information, log on to http://www.ogsonline.com.

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