Growth and expansion opportunities as well as the latest market trends and developments impacting the storage sector across the Middle East will be key topics featured at StocExpo Middle East Africa’s conference.
The two day event at the Dubai World Trade Centre in April will examine the latest growth and expansion opportunities across the region as well as financing projects, oil price trends and how this will impact the region as well as Fujairah’s growing importance globally as a trading hub.
Thanks to large-scale investment, the tank storage sector in the Middle East and Africa is developing at a rapid rate. The UAE is expected to double its storage capacity over the next few years.
Sessions will be delivered by industry leading experts from National Bank of Fujairah, Emirates NBD Bank, Toros Terminal, ENOC, Port of Fujairah, Beydal Petroleum, Port of Duqm as well as the Dubai Mercantile Exchange.
Delegates will also be able to attend the specialist exhibition that runs alongside the two day conference, featuring more than 100 international and local suppliers showcasing the latest innovations in the tank storage industry.
The event is supported by the UAE Ministry of Energy and the Hamriyah Freezone Authority as well as the likes of Fujairah Oil Terminal, CPS Chemoil, Gulf Refining, Gulf Petrochem, Horizon Terminals and Star Energy Oiltanking.
Nick Powell, StocExpo and tank storage portfolio event director, says: ‘One look at this year’s programme shows how serious we are about delivering world-class content, finely tailored to global and local needs and the interests of terminal operators in the region. Delegate can expect a stellar mix of regional, international and highly technical content, delivered by world authorities.’
For more information on the conference and details of how to attend, visit www.stocexpomiddleeastafrica.com.