Forty French com­pa­nies to par­tic­i­pate in O&G event

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ABU DHABI: Busi­ness France, the na­tional agency sup­port­ing the in­ter­na­tional de­vel­op­ment of the French econ­omy, is once again or­gan­is­ing a French col­lec­tive pavil­ion at ADIPEC (Oil and Gas event), where some 40 com­pa­nies rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the in­dus­try’s var­i­ous sec­tors will be pre­sent­ing their prod­ucts, ser­vices and ex­per­tise to lo­cal pro­fes­sion­als with a view to de­vel­op­ing or strength­en­ing part­ner­ships.

With ma­jor re­serves (48 per cent of the world’s oil re­serves and 38 per cent of its gas re­sources) and an ex­pected two-fold in­crease in its pro­duc­tion be­tween 2004 and 2020, the Mid­dle East is a lead­ing global player and the com­mer­cial op­por­tu­ni­ties in the oil and gas in­dus­try in the re­gion are vast.

Due to per­sis­tently low oil prices, the Mid­dle East is still a very at­trac­tive re­gion. The qual­ity and quan­tity of the hy­dro­car­bons pro­duced in the re­gion, along with lower-than-else­where ex­trac­tion and pro­cess­ing costs, make it pos­si­ble to gen­er­ate busi­ness that is still bet­ter than in many other ar­eas of the world.

The ex­per­tise of French com­pa­nies, their tech­no­log­i­cal skills and their ca­pac­ity for in­no­va­tion have helped the French oil and gas ser­vices in­dus­try to garner in­ter­na­tional recog­ni­tion and a lead­ing po­si­tion among Euro­pean ex­porters.

It is an in­dus­try par ex­cel­lence, with one or more in­ter­na­tional lead­ers in the ma­jor­ity of its busi­ness ar­eas. Along­side op­er­a­tors the likes of TO­TAL, it con­sists of oil and gas in­dus­try equip­ment and ser­vice providers which in­clude world gi­ants such as CGG and TECHNIP. The sec­tor also has two world-renowned re­search in­sti­tutes, IFP En­er­gies Nou­velles and IFREMER, and sev­eral ma­jor en­gi­neer­ing firms and con­trac­tors.

Aware of the new chal­lenges of a dif­fi­cult con­text, the French com­pa­nies ex­hibit­ing at ADIPEC of­fer so­lu­tions that serve the needs of op­er­a­tors: reser­voir op­ti­miza­tion, re­serve de­vel­op­ment, pre­ci­sion tools for wells and sur­face units, fa­cil­ity equip­ment and sur­veil­lance sys­tems, en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion, and more.

Dur­ing the show, Osv-finder launches the first on­line char­ter­ing plat­form for en­ergy mar­ket.

ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi In­ter­na­tional Petroleum Ex­hi­bi­tion and Con­fer­ence (Adipec) show Is A LAGSHIP Event For THE sec­tor and the Mid­dle East. Adipec has grown to be­come the world’s sec­ond lead­ing O&G event in terms of re­gion cov­ered, ex­hibitor num­bers and, cru­cial to a show’s suc­cess, qual­ity visi­tors. Adipec will be held from Mon­day (Nov.13-16, 2017) in Abu Dhabi.

Busi­ness France, the na­tional agency sup­port­ing the in­ter­na­tional de­vel­op­ment of the French econ­omy, is once again or­gan­is­ing a French col­lec­tive pavil­ion at Adipec, where some 40 com­pa­nies rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the in­dus­try’s var­i­ous sec­tors will be pre­sent­ing their prod­ucts, ser­vices and ex­per­tise to lo­cal pro­fes­sion­als with a view to de­vel­op­ing or strength­en­ing part­ner­ships.

With ma­jor re­serves (48 per cent of the world’s oil re­serves and 38 per cent of its gas re­sources) and an ex­pected two-fold in­crease in its pro­duc­tion be­tween 2004 and 2020, the ME is a lead­ing global player and the com­mer­cial op­por­tu­ni­ties in the oil and gas in­dus­try in the re­gion are vast.

THU­RAYA

Thu­raya Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions Com­pany and long-term ser­vice part­ner IEC Tele­com will be part­ner­ing up for the lat­est edi­tion of the Adipec expo. Both com­pa­nies will be at booth 410, Hall 4 at the event to show­case Thu­raya’s space-based equip­ment for the en­ergy sec­tor as well as launch the lat­est Mar­itime-speciic BROAD­BAND ter­mi­nal, Thu­raya At­las IP+, for off-shore con­nec­tiv­ity needs. Thu­raya and IEC are joined by 2,000 ex­hibitors at Adipec, which is ex­pected to play host to over 100,000 in­dus­try del­e­gates this year.

Keith Mur­ray, Thu­raya’s Se­nior Prod­uct Man­ager for Mar­itime, said, “We are pleased to be ac­com­pa­nied by our trusted part­ner, IEC Tele­com, at Adipec. Their pres­ence will op­ti­mise our launch re­cep­tion for Thu­raya At­las IP+ and help us reach more rel­e­vant and po­ten­tial cus­tomers for all our en­ergy sec­tor of­fer­ings. As es­tab­lished sat-com providers to the oil and gas in­dus­try, we look for­ward to meet­ing with top ofi­cials At THE Event AND dis­cussing how our lat­est of­fer­ings cater to niche mar­ket needs and evolv­ing de­mands.”

HONEY­WELL

In line with its com­mit­ment to ad­vance op­er­a­tional ex­cel­lence in re­gional in­dus­tries, global soft­ware-in­dus­trial leader Honey­well will present its ‘Honey­well Con­nected Plant’ of­fer­ing at the Adipec.

Norm Gils­dorf, pres­i­dent, Honey­well Mid­dle East, Rus­sia, Turkey & Cen­tral Asia said, “Oil and gas or­gan­i­sa­tions in the ME are fo­cused on op­ti­mis­ing as­set per­for­mance and safety in a way that in­creases prof­itabil­ity Across THE En­tire En­ter­prise, and we rec­og­nize that mak­ing in­tel­li­gent use of data is cru­cial to stay­ing com­pet­i­tive.”

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