Global speakers for BDFEX Forum in Bahrain


International and regional speakers are expected to attend the upcoming “Downstream and local Content Oil & Gas Petrochemical Industry” in Bahrain, organizers of The Business Development Forums & Expo (BDFEX) announced.

International and regional speakers are expected to attend the upcoming “Downstream and local Content Oil & Gas Petrochemical Industry” in Bahrain, organizers of The Business Development Forums & Expo (BDFEX) announced.

The forum will be held on April 24 and 25 at The Diplomat Radisson Blu Hotel Manama.

Dr. Abdula Al Sebyani, general director of Forum have announced key note speakers to attend the forum, including the VP local content & business Dev. Unit of SABIC Fu’ad Musa, general manager of Jazan Economic City –Saudi Aramco Abdulla AlSoweilem, managing partner of Al Mobda Abdulla Saad Al-Rabeeah and CEO of Mena Research Partners Anthony Hobaika.

“Key note speakers will discuss various themes, including: challenges and opportunities for the localization of downstream oil and gas and petrochemical industries in GCC, addressing R&D challenges and improving human resources in the downstream industry, industrial entrepreneurship in the oil and gas and petrochemical industry and technology transfer agreements for industry localization,” he added.

“The conference will host a two-day agenda with sessions for initiatives of benefit to the industry at large submitted by companies, investors and entrepreneurs aimed at reducing cost and increasing innovation.”

BDFEX forum and Expo aims to attract international and regional corporations, SME, investors and entrepreneurs that would result increasing local content of manufacturing and services and the hydrocarbon downstream industry, creating new sustainable jobs, and attracting investments. The objective of BDFEX forum and expo is for participants to get closer towards finding new business partners, investors, technology providers, new suppliers, new market access, etc.

The two-day event is jointly organized by PROACT International Consultancy, Bahrain and United Gulf Industrial Consortia for Investment Management and Consultation, Jubail, Saudi Arabia. – TradeArabia News Service