Bahrain welcomes over 120 delegates to the Bahrain Energy Forum

Manama,. (BNA) — The most important event of the year in Bahrain’s energy sector is set to open tomorrow.More than 120 local, regional and international delegates are preparing to meet at MEED’S Bahrain Energy forum to discuss the exciting plans and project opportunities that will reaffirm Bahrain’s historic position as the energy hub of the

Manama,. (BNA) — The most important event of the year in Bahrain’s energy sector is set to open tomorrow.

More than 120 local, regional and international delegates are preparing to meet at MEED’S Bahrain Energy forum to discuss the exciting plans and project opportunities that will reaffirm Bahrain’s historic position as the energy hub of the Gulf and the wider Middle East.

Under the patronage of the Minister of Finance and the Minister in Charge of Oil and Gas Affairs for the Kingdom of Bahrain, His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed al-Khalifa, the Bahrain Energy Forum 2014 is held in partnership with Bahrain’s National Oil & Gas Authority (NOGA), the supreme government agency responsible for Bahrain’s hydrocarbons industry and is set to open tomorrow, 22 April 2014, at the Crowne Plaza in Manama.

Sheikh Ahmed will deliver the Forum’s opening keynote, which will be followed by an address from Sheikh Mohamed bin Khalifa al-Khalifa, Chief Executive of Noga Holding, who will outline the oil and gas giant’s 2030 vision and strategies, and discuss future energy requirements

Top Bahraini clients who will be presenting important updates and strategic insight include

Khalifa Ebrahim al-Mansoor, Assistant Undersecretary, Ministry of Works, Sanitary Planning & Engineering

Adnan Mohammed Fakhro, Deputy Chief Executive for Distribution & Customer Services, Electricity & Water Authority

Loay Ghazaleh, Advisor, Office of the Undersecretary, Ministry of Works

Mohamed Mubarak Bin Daina, Deputy Chief Executive, Supreme Council for Environment

Adel Khalil al-Moayyed, Chairman, Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO)

Edward Hanley, Chief Executive Officer, Tatweer Petroleum

Fadhel Al Ansari, General Manager Manufacturing, Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co. (GPIC)

Amin Sultan, Director Power & Utilities, Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C (ALBA) and many more.

Strategic partners who will be at the Forum include Noga Holding, Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co (GPIC), Bahrain National Gas Expansion Company (BNGEC), Banagas, Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO), Skaugen Gulf Petchem Carriers (SGPC), Bahrain Lube Base Oil Company, Tatweer Petroleum and Bahrain Aviation Fuelling Company (BAFCO). The Forum is also supported by Middle East-Americas Energy Council and FinMark Communications. 

For further information on how to take part, please visit www.bahrainenergyconference.com or contact MEED at Tel: +9710(4)8180224 or email meedevents@meed.com.



Bahrain Energy Forum 2014 is organized by MEED in partnership with Bahrain’s National Oil & Gas Authority (NOGA), the supreme government agency responsible for the Kingdom’s hydrocarbons industry. The Forum will provide a comprehensive update of the exciting plans and associated project opportunities to reaffirm Bahrain’s historic position as the energy hub of the Gulf and the wider Middle East. 
Timed to coincide with the 80th jubilee of the start of exports of crude oil from Bahrain, the Bahrain Energy Forum will celebrate the achievements made the Kingdom’s hydrocarbons, power and water sectors and explore the upcoming prospects for energy businesses globally.

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