19-20 October 2015, Organized by The Energy Exchange
Location: Bahrain Manama
Organizer: The Energy Exchange/ World Refining Association
Tel: +44 (0) 207 384 8012
MEPIPES has been running for 13 years making it one of the Energy Exchange’s longest standing events and a technical hub for professionals involved in pipline design, construction, maintenance and integrity.
Transport of Hydrocarbons: Oil and Gas Pipeline
This year’s edition of the forum will also investigate the merits of the pipeline in relation to other methods of transporting oil and gas and also explore the wider issue of security of supply, to increase connectivity in the region.
Gathering over 100 professionals involved in pipeline design, construction, maintenance and asset integrity management, the Middle East Oil and Gas Pipelines Forum is the ideal platform upon which to explore the latest pipeline projects, find the most effective methods of preventing and reversing corrosion damage and tackle the technical and strategic challenges associated with securing supply to the region.
Attend the 14th edition of the Middle East Oil and Gas Pipelines Forum and:
- Find out how you can be involved in Bapco and Saudi Aramco’s new pipeline project connecting Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and increase your company’s stronghold in the Middle East.
- Review NACE’s latest international regulations and requirements for pipeline construction and maintenance to reduce the impact of corrosion on your pipeline.
- Minimize pipeline failures by discovering the most effective tools of inspection and make your pipelines more secure.
- Offset the risks and rewards of utilising pipelines against LNG to make an informed decision regarding the transportation of your resources, and increase security of supply?
- Control corrosion damage by selecting the most optimum coating solutions and increase the longevity of your pipelines.
- Invest in a robust design strategy as a preventive measure to pipeline damage and achieve life extension and infrastructure integrity in an aging sector.