Middle East Technology (ME-TECH) Forum, the premier technical downstream event in the Middle East, will once again connect the refining and petrochemical community in its 13th edition to address, exchange and identify solutions to the pressing questions and challenges being faced by the global and regional downstream sector.
The event will take place from May 16 to 18 in Dubai, UAE. The opening keynote address will be delivered by Abdulla Ateya Al Messabi, CEO of Adnoc Refining.
ME-TECH will feature 2 seminars, more than 14 hours of content, and 10 hours of networking over the course of 3 days. Also, there will be more than 300 registered delegates, 150 scheduled in-person meetings, 40 speakers, and panel discussions.
The event programme will be tailored by expert downstream consultants and advisory committee to address the key industry challenges and to present the latest technologies, case studies and best practices to help the region’s refiners and petrochemical producers as they adapt to new market and industry conditions.
Leading consultant Richard Charlesworth, Executive Director, S&P Global Commodity Insights, will provide an outlook of the region's latest developments and downstream opportunities and latest technology updates from leading companies including Axens, ExxonMobil, Honeywell UOP, Wood, Topsoe, Grace, BASF, Becht, Alfa Laval, Ketjen, Sulzer Chemtech, and many more.
Leading companies in the sector, such as Aramco, Bapco, Luberef, Petronas, Aspentech, and others, will be present.