Focus on international downstream technologies at GDA conference in Bahrain

ORME BANNERThe GDA Conference, one of the leading international downstream conferences across the Middle East, will be held in Bahrain from 23 – 25 October 2018

The event is the leading Middle East strategic platform for downstream professionals to address business challenges, share best practices and unlock potential opportunities through collaboration and partnerships.

Striving towards excellence, this forum aims at engaging regional and international stakeholders across the business, academia and technology providers to capitalise on investment, innovation and growth.

Under the patronage of Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, prime minister of Bahrain, the GDA Conference 2018 event will be held at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Under the theme ‘Towards a Competitive Downstream through Innovation, Collaboration and Technology,’ the conference will revolve around nine topics and will feature global leaders addressing business and technical challenges.

Some of the major topics during the event include regulations, integration, human capital, digitalisation, energy, process safety, market intelligence, innovation and technology and improvements.

More than 4,500 participants and 150 exhibiting companies are expected to attend the three-day event in Bahrain. Some of the major sectors to attend the event include:

  • Refiners and related petrochemical companies
  • Product bulk storage and distribution companies
  • Equipment and material manufacturers
  • Technology and systems providers
  • Oil and gas consultants
  • Engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning contractors
  • Academic institutions and professional associations
  • R&D entities
  • Insurance and asset valuation companies
  • Related government Agencies
  • Financial institutions
  • Environmental/ regulatory agencies
  • Market/ energy industry intelligence agencies
  • Transportation/ energy end-users
  • Lube refiners and blending plants

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