Kanoo Group showcases innovation at Adipec
Abu Dhabi, November 11, 2012
Kanoo Oil & Gas and Kanoo Power & Industrial Projects, both divisions of The Kanoo Group, are displaying a vast range of innovative products at the 15th Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec).
Adipec, which opened today at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec) will run till November 14.
Key Kanoo Group executives attending the exhibition today included: Freddy Sherman, CEO, Kanoo Commercial Group - Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo; Mohamed Abdul Latif Kanoo - area executive, The Kanoo Group; Tameem Nayeem Khan, general manager, P&IP, Kanoo Commercial Group - Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo; Bob Curtis, CEO – UAE & Oman, The Kanoo Group; Shaikh Razauddin A., manager, Kanoo Oil and Gas; and Raman Marwaha, manager, Kanoo P&IP.
“Adipec is a very important event in the calendar and a great opportunity for us to exhibit our products and services that cater to the oil & gas and petrochemical sectors. It is our endeavour to make sure we offer the best with our own expertise and the assistance of our partners from all over the world,” said Tameem Nayeem Khan.
The Kanoo Group is showcasing products mainly from USA, Canada, Germany, France, UK, Australia, Sweden, India and Switzerland. Among these are Fugitive Emission Monitoring Systems – ATMECO; Thermal Imaging Camera - FLIR Systems; Hydrogen Generating Systems - Teledyne Energy Systems Inc.; Compressors – PDC Machines; Turbo Tech Ltd. – Energy Conservation Steam Turbine; Oil Regeneration and Testing - Filtervach; Flow Meters and Analyzers – GE; Pumps - Colfax Corporation; Filtration Systems - Fuji Filers; and Truck Loading Arms - Woodsfield Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Adipec is the largest oil and gas event in the Middle East. It hosts the largest exhibition, 38,000 net sq m, and brings a record number of participants - over 1,600 exhibiting companies and over 45,000 attendees, from 91 participating countries. - TradeArabia News Service
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