Oil & gas leaders for Abu Dhabi conference
Abu Dhabi, June 14, 2012
A wide range of industry professionals, oil and gas producers and contractors will present papers, take part in panel discussions and plenary sessions at a major upcoming petroleum conference in Abu Dhabi.
Organised by dmg::events the 15th edition of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec) 2012 is taking place from November 11 to 14 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec).
Adipec 2012 conference will be held under the theme ‘Sustainable Energy Growth: People, Responsibility and Innovation’.
In 2010, the conference attracted more than 4,000 delegates and a total of 1,093 abstracts, of which 260 papers were selected, from industry professionals from 33 countries.
“In 2012, we are seeing a rise in the number of submissions in comparison to 2010 and expect more experts to attend the conference,” said Kimon Alexandrou, commercial director, dmg Energy Group.
“To date, more than 1,500 papers have been submitted from 58 countries representing 345 companies, and a total of 437 papers from 40 countries, representing 117 companies, have been selected. This is a reflection on the transparency of the selection process and the immense expertise the executive committee brings to the programme.”
“As such an important component of Adipec, the scale and technicalities of the conference require an in-depth technical paper selection process and comprehensive programme management. This year, in line with our theme of Sustainable Energy Growth, we’re giving considerable attention to environmental issues such as carbon capture and storage, as well as the industry’s increasing use of carbon dioxide for enhanced oil recovery,” added Alexandrou. – TradeArabia News Service
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