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Abu Dhabi International Downstream Summit to examine industry challenges

(MENAFN - Emirates News Agency (WAM))

Abu Dhabi 14th March 2016 (WAM) - The World Refining Association (WRA) today announced the 17th edition of the Abu Dhabi International Downstream Summit & Exhibition (ADID) which will be held in Abu Dhabi from 8 - 10 May 2016.

The summit which is the longest running downstream event in the Middle East will continue to focus on the regions core goal of locking in deeper value from further integration between refining and petrochemicals. ADID has specifically been designed to connect international technology and service providers with the region's leading integrated refining and petrochemical operators including Sadara Chemical Company Saudi Aramco ADNOC Borouge and KNPC who are all continuing to invest in their projects despite challenging times.

This year's themes focus on all of the biggest challenges currently facing the industry from realigning downstream strategies and further integration between refining and petrochemicals to increasingly stringent global fuel standards changing feedstock dynamics and the economic slowdown in China.

The speaker line up includes CEOs and top executives of national oil companies (NOCs) and international oil companies (IOCs).

In addition to an unparalleled line up of senior executives from the world's leading downstream operators the summit is sponsored by global international technology companies including: Axens Shell Global Solutions Criterion ExxonMobil Baker Hughes Albemarle Johnson Matthey Schneider Electric BASF Grace and Albemarle who will all be sharing the latest technologies and innovations that can help reduce downtime and maximize margins.


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