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  1. 1. POST SHOW REPORT 2ND ANNUAL GAS FLARINGMANAGEMENT SUMMIT 2015 12 - 13 MAY 2015 LE ROYAL MERIDIEN, ABU DHABI, UAE INNOVATIONS IN FLARE GAS MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTED BY
  2. 2. The 2nd Annual Gas Flaring Management Summit is a platform for both producers and policy makers to learn about the management of associated gasses. Natural gas is the most important contributer to the sustainability sector. It will be a fuel to power nations. However the key issue to focus on is how much green house gasses are emitted during natural gas development, production, transportation and storage. Gas Flaring is a Key issue to be focused on by the producers in order to create a more sustainable industry. Creating a sustainable energy infrastructure is one of the objectives of the UAE 2021 vision. The UAE has understood that in order to grow its economy and social development, it needs to further develop its infrastructure to improve the quality of air, reserve its resources and increase its contribution for cleaner energy. The oil and gas sector has been a contributer to the success of the UAE. Decades ago our founding leaders understood the importance of energy sector with the well being of the nation. The success of UAE in applying a responsible gas flaring policy is the resource of 3 key elements 1) The reduction of gas flaring is the result of a good leadership that UAE has committed itself to develop responsible gas flaring policies. In the early 1970‘s a visit to an oil production feasility by the late Shaikh Zayed Al Nahyan noticed the flaring of the associated gasses into the atmosphere and questioned how can this be stooped. This has been the driving factor of the UAE in its commitment and innovator in this sector. 2) The Use of highly sophisticated and modern tools in the oil and gas sector. The UAE has been in the forefront in the creation of the talent in human resources required to push the boundaries in the reduction of gas flaring under the high standards of safety. It has highly invested in its technology and procedure in detail to detail, project after project. 3) We have the partnership of industry leading companies in the creation of pioneer projects. The benefit of addicting gas flaring cuts has been multiplying. Less emissions are the most important contributer to achieving a more sustainable sector. Moreover flare gas reduction technology in both reduction and re-utilisation of associated gasses are both of value to the oil and gas sector and the UAE as a whole. OPENING MESSAGE
  3. 3. EVENT OVERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS The 2nd Annual Gas Flaring Management Summit was held at Le Royal Meridien in Abu Dhabi between 12 - 13 May, 2015. Supported by the Ministry of Energy, UAE, the event was inaugerated by H.E. Dr. Matar Alnyadi, Undersecretary of Ministry of Energy, UAE. The event featured 17 key sessions that included 2 panel discussions and an industry driven case study. 14 experts from the industry across government, oil, gas, petrochemicals and environment agencies participated in the forum. Leading solution providers like Flowserve, DNV GL, NASH, The Sniffers, Flaretech, Lumasense, Flex Energy and Zeeco were key supporters of the event.This post show report will summarise the 2014 event based on feedback from the attendees at the summit. If you were involved with the previous editions of the Gas Flaring Management Summit as a delegate, speaker or a sponsor and have contributed towards the conference, we would like to thank you for your constant support in making the event such a great success. Distinguished Speakers14 Focussed Presentations15 Interactive Panel Discussions2 Hours of Focused Discussion & Networking12 Sponsors8
  4. 4. DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER PANEL Hamdy Faroun Process Engineer Dana Petroleum, Egypt Julius Bacani RChE, Senior Environmental Engineer RasGas Company Limited N. Pon Saravanan | Greenhouse Gas Management Specialist ORYX GTL Abbas Hasan A. Shamsah Head Of Relief Gas Management Team & Profit Improvement Coordinator Kuwait National Petroleum Company Amitabh Khobragade RGMT Engineer & Profit Improvement Engineer Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait Farhad Ghadyanlou R & D Manager Morvarid Petrochemical Plant Mohammad Ghanbarnezhad Technical Trainer, National Iranian Oil Company, Ahwaz, Iran Yasir Mahmood Environmental Services Section Leader ADMA OPCO Berend van den Berg President POWER LATIN AMERICA, Ecuador El Mahjoub Maliha International Sales Manager The Sniffers, Belgium Omar Al Amri Valve Engineer Saudi Aramco, Kingdom Saudi Arabia Nwokeabia Hilary Economist United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Richard Louwerse | Sales Director - Process Systems Middle East & India Flowserve SIHI GmbH Alessandro Pertusati | Area Manager MENA & South Korea, Garo
  5. 5. ATTENDEE BREAKDOWN PARTICIPATING COMPANIES UAE 73% Qatar 3% Kuwait 3% Egypt 4% Saudi Arabia 2% Europe 15% Geographic Oil and Gas Companies 42% Petrochemical companies 29% Solution Providers 18% Government and regulatory authorities 11% Job Titles Abu Dhabi Gas Company (GASCO) ADCO ADGAS ADMA OPCO AIMS Al Hosn Gas Al Jaber Basrah Gas Company BOROUGE Dana Petroleum DNV GL Dow Chemical Dubai Petroleum DUGAS FlareTech Inc. Flowserve GARO NASH GASCO Gulf Petrochem FZC Iranian Oil Company Kuwait National Petroleum Company LumaSense Technologies B.V. Morvarid Petrochemical Plant Nash EMEA National Iranian Oil Company NPCC ORYX GTL Petroamazonas, Ecuador Power Latin America RasGas Company Limited Safwan Petroleum Technologies Company Saudi Aramco Sterling sihi Tharwa Petroleum Company The Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum The Sniffers Total ABK United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ZADCO Zahara Group ZEECO
  6. 6. MOST RECOMMENDED TOPICS TESTIMONIALS Assuring tight shut-off flare isolation through recently developed high Performance butterfly valve with emergency back-up sealing system Essential elements to effectively manage flare emissions: A premier Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Company perspective Creating sustainability in a non-renewable energy environment a case study of Pertroamazonas in reduction of Flaring Age of Natural Gas, Applicable Technologies and Global Economic Transformation “A very enlightening conference, covering importnant issues.” - FlareTech Inc. “Event broadcasts informative topics and sheds light on various technologies available to reduce Gas Flaring” - NPCC “Event has been informative and useful including several interesting discussions and presentations.” - G D Nash “A good opportunity to collect the feedback of other operators.” - TOTAL WHAT DID THE DELEGATES THINK ABOUT THE EVENT?? 62%of the attendees thought that the summit was important to the business 65%of the attendees thought that the summit bought valuable knowledge and market insight 75%of the exhibitors are interested in Exhibiting again in 2016
  7. 7. OUR 2015 PARTNERS GOLD SPONSOR MEDIA PARTNERS SILVER SPONSORS VISITING PARTNERSBRONZE SPONSORS
  8. 8. MARKETING AND PROMOTION PRESS & MEDIA RELATIONS 12 – 13 MAY 2015 | LE ROYAL Meredien, Abu Dhabi, UAE Fleming Gulf Conferences has a team of dedicated press and media professionals to manage the event‘s press activities ensuring its regular local and international coverage. PRINT The Gas Flaring Management Summit marketing strategy consisted of a print advertising and editorial campaigns which extended itself across the leading international and regional trade magazines. Adverts appeared as part of the advertising campaign, covering a range of the most renowned titles. WEBSITE The Gas Flaring Management Summit website attracted more than 5000 unique visitors from September 2014 to May 2015 EMAIL MARKETING. Our targeted and extensive email campaign was our most comprehensive campaign communicating with over 25,000 policy makers. We carefully analysed the results and trends to build and grow the event into 2015. ONLINE PROMOTION Through our partners and affiliates, the event has reached an additional over 50,000 online viewers through external email campaigns by partners, newsletters, adverts and editorial features in online magazines, web banners and event listings. SOCIAL MEDIA The event has presence in both LinkedIn and Twitter, and this has attracted a good number of members and followers that participate in engaging discussions. The event participants, from speakers, delegates through to exhibitors and sponsors have actively contributed to these group discussions. SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION The event is profiled on all the major search engines. TELEMARKETING A dedicated team of sales professionals regularly contacts key potential delegates to update them on the latest event developments and to secure their participation
  9. 9. IN 2016FOCUS• Case studies on flare minimisation initiatives at local oil and gas companies • Focus on finding solutions for lack of enforcement of existing local and international regulations. • Discussion on the Financing, Limited funding sources or money needed to develop the projects for the reduction of flaring • Key stake holders discussion on lack of government / industry / global monetary incentives • Focus on Technological restrictions and understanding the availability of economically viable proven technology to monetize associated gas for “mini” and “micro” scale projects). • Case studies and New technologies used in bringing brown field projects up to standards • With low oil prices how to compete with projects within in industry to achieve more focus on flare reduction initiatives. Ron Blake | Sponsorship Manager T: +91 80 4900 5000 | E: ron.blake@fleminggulf.com FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

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