Jun 01, 2020

10 reasons why you should go to ADIPEC

ADIPEC Abu Dhabi
ADIPEC Conference
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference
Bizclik Editor
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10 reasons why you should go to ADIPEC

ADIPEC is the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, and is being held from 7th-10th of November 2016 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Here are ten reasons why you should attend.


1: ADIPEC hosts one of the world’s largest Oil and Gas Technical Conference Programmes, attracting 2,700 technical submissions.


2: The conference is the ideal platform for engineers to learn, network and see the latest technical solutions presented.


3: AIPEC has many conference sessions, including global business leader’s sessions, executive panel sessions, technical sessions, offshore and marine sessions, security in energy sessions, women in energy sessions and Middle East petroleum club VIP programme sessions.


4: The executive committee members include Ali Khalifa, Chairman of ADIPEC 2016 and CEO of Al Yasat Company for Petroleum Operations; Saif Ahmed Alghfeli, Co-Chairman of ADIPEC 2016 and CEO of ADCO and Fareed Abdulla, Technical Programme Chairman of ADIPEC 2016 and Senior VP at ADCO.


5: Speakers include Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State and CEO of ADNOC; Rex W. Tillerson, Chairman and SEO of Exxon Mobil Corporation; Bob Dudley, CEO of BP and Patrick Pouyanne, Chairman and CEO of Total.


6: The offshore and marine section of ADIPEC has 4,500 square meters of space, more than 100 exhibitors, 15,000 offshore and marine experts and more than 250 conference delegates.


7: ADIPEC has a 31-year history in the marketplace, and allows hundreds of oil and gas professionals to network and learn onsite and the event.


8: It has one of the biggest oil and gas technology exhibitions, with around 130,000 square meters of show floor.


9: Connections to ADIPEC include GS Energy, BP, Exxon Mobil, Shell, Total, Oxy, Wintershall and Cepsa.

10: The theme for ADIPEC 2016 is strategies for the new energy landscape, and the security in energy section is new for 2016.

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