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Dmg events to host oil congress in Bahrain.

Dmg events, an international exhibition company, has announced the launch of the Middle East Heavy Oil Congress in partnership with the National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga), Bahrain's leading government organisation for oil and gas.

The debut conference will be held under the patronage of Shaikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, Bahrain's Minister of Finance, Minister in Charge of Oil and Gas Affairs, and chairman of Noga, and will take place from November 25 to 26, in Bahrain.

The congress will focus on innovation and advancements made in the exploration, production and marketing of heavy crude and unlock the heavy oil value chain.

The event will be a regional gathering of the leading international experts involved in the development of the business and technology in the heavy oil sector, including upstream (exploration and production) and downstream (processing and conversion).

Simon Mellor, president of Dmg events - Middle East and Asia, said: "Dmg events continues to strengthen and expand its global portfolio of international events with the recent announcements of geo-cloned and new acquired trade shows in the construction and energy sectors."

"The Middle East Heavy Oil Congress will be the latest addition to a series of high-profile shows hosted by the company for the energy sector which includes the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), the world's 3rd largest event for the oil and gas industry," he said.

"The show promises to provide deep insights on the commercial, regulatory and technical issues concerning the Middle East's heavy oil industry and the latest technological advancements made in exploration and production," said Mellor.

"The Middle East Heavy Oil Congress will be an ideal platform for oil and gas professionals to network with key decision makers and hear from leading dignitaries to get a balanced perspective about the industry," he concluded. - TradeArabia News Service

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