It is yet another major show coup for Tank Storage Middle East, which takes place on 26 & 27 January at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
In his role, The UAE Minister of Energy is focused on sustainable development, coordinating and representing petroleum affairs and assuring that resources are utilised appropriately to support the national economy of the UAE. Boasting years of experience in various sectors he is currently Chairman of the Federal Electricity and Water Authority, Chairman of Mubadala Petroleum Co and of the Emirates Liquified Gas Co. He is also a member of the Higher Advisory Committee of the Supreme Petroleum Council, a Director of both the Petroleum Development Co and the Dolphin Energy Co and a member of the Audit Committee of ADNOC.
His stature within the industry, the expertise he offers and the knowledge he has gained throughout his career make His Excellency Eng. Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei the ideal keynote speaker to open the prestigious conference programme.
Nick Powell, StocExpo & Tank Storage Portfolio Event Director comments: “To have The UAE Ministry of Energy on board as a government supporter and His Excellency Eng. Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei, the UAE Minister of Energy, opening the show and delivering the hotly anticipated keynote address, is simply fantastic. It strengthens the position of our inaugural show and signals the level of approval that Tank Storage Middle East is already receiving from the industry. The support so far has been more than overwhelming!”
Tank Storage Middle East is the newest addition to the world’s largest portfolio of bulk liquid storage events. Combining a top flight conference and exhibition, it is also the only event of its kind focused on tank storage in the critical Middle East region. On top of attracting The UAE Ministry of Energy, the show can also boast many other major show supporters including Emirates National Oil Company, Star Energy Oiltanking, Empire Terminals, Gulf Petrochem Group, Siddco Group, GPS Chemoil, Horizon Terminals, Fujairah Oil Terminal and Gulf Refining Company.
Tank Storage Middle East 2015 features a strong two day conference programme, plus a packed exhibition hall, with over 85 suppliers from across the globe using the show to launch products & services into the Middle Eastern market. The free-to-attend exhibition will feature the latest developments in tank design, construction, maintenance, metering and measuring; to name a few.
Source: Oil and Gas Technology