KPC to host 1st ME oil products forum
Kuwait, April 27, 2010
Leading oil product experts will participate and address The 1st Middle East Oil Products Forum (OPF 2010), which is being hosted by Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC).
The event, to be held on April 28 and 29 in Kuwait, is being held in conjunction with the 18th Middle East Oil & Gas Week 2010, April 24 to 29, which features the flagship event, The 18th Annual Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference from April 25 to 27,
as well as the following events:
* Middle East Petroleum Insiders (MPI 2010), April 24 and 25
* Production Sharing Contracts & International Petroleum Fiscal
Systems (PSC 2010), April 24 and 25
* Fuels Blending Technology & Economics (FBTE 2010), April 24 and 25
* Commercial Impact of Competition Laws in the Oil & Gas Industry
(CICL 2010), April 28 and 29
* Middle East Gas Insiders (MGI 2010), April 28
This 2-day conference will bring together industry senior executives and market specialists to discuss market realities and future trends in petroleum products with specific focus on key supply, demand, storage, and pricing issues covering Diesel, Gasoline, Fuel Oil and Middle Distillates, and the challenges faced by the product markets from non-conventional fuels such GTL, LNG, and LPG.
Panel of speakers will comprise leading players from Gasoline, Diesel, Fuel Oil & Middle Distillates markets, specialists in transportation and environmental issues.
Special highlight of the 2-day proceedings will be a session focused on the Fuel Oil Market with presentations comprising global and Middle East fuel oil/bunker market outlook, changes in European regulations-Sulphur content specification, revisions to ISO 8217: a bunker trader's perspective and an Open Forum on Fuel Oil.-TradeArabia News Service
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