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Middle East Petrotech 2008 fair to begin from May 26
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May '08
Middle East Petrotech 2008, the refinery and petrochemicals exhibition, will open its doors for participants and visitors from May 26 to 28, at Bahrain International Exhibition Centre. More than 156 companies from 22 countries are expected to participate here, in order to showcase their products.

Middle East Petrotech 2008 is organised by Arabian Exhibition Management in collaboration with London-based Overseas Exhibition Services.

This expo attracts high profile participation from leading companies in oil, gas and petrochemicals including Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO), Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC).

GPIC, ExxonMobil, Dow Chemical Company, Foster Wheeler, JGC Corporation, Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation, Qatar Petroleum, Saudi Aramco, Yokogawa and Xenel will also put up their stalls at the venue.

The organizers will also hold a four day conference where experts from the related field, would share their thoughts with the participants for further boosting the already thriving industry.

The theme for this year's meeting is 'Refining Petrochemical Integration: The Way for Future Growth'. The speakers will address strategic expansion plans, ongoing policy developments to upgrade, integrate, modernize and expand refining facilities on a larger scale.

Middle East Petrotech 2008

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