DMS plans 'extravaganza' on Nov 12
Abu Dhabi, October 31, 2012
The third edition of the DMS Extravaganza, a high profile networking event for the global oil and gas industry, will be held in Abu Dhabi in November.
This year's DMS Extravaganza show will be the high flying and explosive theatrical called "The Pearl to Oil Show". The exclusive event, on November 12 at the luxurious Emirates Palace, is being organised by DMS Global.
The show was specifically choreographed to highlight the Arabian Gulf's transition from its early roots in pearl diving and later ascension to become one of the major international producers of oil, said a statement. The story will be told through a dazzling series of performances by acrobats, aerial artists, and dancers from around the region, closing in a grand finale of fireworks, it said.
"The global oil & gas industry plays an important role on the world economy. So we thought, why not celebrate their huge successes with a high profile event. Back in 2008, we decided to bring together the crème de la crème of the industry to network socially, thus the DMS Extravaganza was born," said Mohammed Loch, president & CEO of DMS.
"Naturally, we are looking to do something bigger and better each time; plus you can't get a much better venue than the Emirates Palace to signify how prestigious the DMS Extravaganza Pearl to Oil Show will be. We're excited to be hosting the high society of the energy industry again this year. We certainly know everyone will have an amazing time and walk away with a night to remember, and possibly some new friends as well," Loch said.
The event is open to companies, their guests and clients. More details on the event is available at www.dmsextravaganza.net - TradeArabia News Service
More Energy, Oil & Gas Stories
- Fuel prices in Bahrain set to double by 2017
- Iraq's oil exports rise to 71.4m barrels in Nov
- MEE launches energy conservation contest
- TSL wins Jordan solar power contract
- SEC signs $366m loan for Jeddah power plant
- Kurdish oil exports 'only with Iraq approval'
- UAE launches energy conservation drive
- Rising Saudi fuel use 'bigger threat than shale'
- Dentons boosts Mideast energy practice
- India seeks Iran's financial guarantees for ships