Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil conference 2012
Outlook for Trade Flows and Market Fundamentals
The Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil Conference 2012 was held on 21-22 March 2012 at Jumeirah Emirates Towers - Dubai, U.A.E.
The conference attracted over 80 representatives from various companies across the globe.
Participants gained up-to-date and in-depth information on market developments and opportunities. Networking opportunities enabled attendees to meet new contacts and establish future business relationships.
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Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil Conference 2012 Speakers Included:
- Bill Farren-Price, CEO, Petroleum Policy Intelligence
- Saadallah Al-Fathi, Advisor, Dome International Petroleum DMCC
- Sergey Lukyanov, Business Development Manager, Sales and Logistics Division, TNK-BP
- Abdulaziz Al-Meer, Business Analyst Director, Tasweeq
- Narendra Taneja, President, World Energy Policy Summit and Co-Chairman of the Hydrocarbons Committee of FICCI
- Sushant Gupta, Senior Analyst – Downstream Energy Research, Wood Mackenzie
- William Vandenburg, Managing Director, Atracon
- Anar Habib, Director, E3 Energy
- Kanwar Ratra, Chief Executive, Galana Petroleum
- Sunita Sharma, Editor (Products) – Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Products Report, Argus
- John Young, Consultant, Channoil Consulting
- Al Troner, President, Asia Pacific Energy Consulting (APEC)
- Dr. Salem Abdo Khalil , Technical Advisor, Government of Fujairah
- Abolfazl Rostami, Senior Fuel Oil Trader, National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)
- Implications of changing product specifications: Understanding the impact on sulphur and other specification changes on refining and product trade flows
- India : Competitor or complement to Mideast Gulf refiners ?
- East Africa the next big thing - Storage, demand-supply, prospects
- Implications of MARPOL implementation on fuel oil supply
- Product supply-demand balances for Mideast Gulf, east Africa and south Asia
- The emergence of competition – what does this mean for Mideast Gulf suppliers? How will prices evolve?
- Mideast Gulf refiners focus on China rather than India –why?
- Competitive feedstocks: Competition between naphtha, condensate and LPG
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