SAS targets petroleum sector at Bahrain meet
Dubai, October 23, 2011
SAS, a leading provider of business analytics software and services, is set to showcase its range of strategic solutions for the region’s petroleum industry at a major process engineering conference in Bahrain.
The first Middle East Process Engineering Conference and Exhibition (MEPEC) opened today (October 23), and will run until October 26 at the Gulf International Convention Centre.
SAS is the Gold Sponsor for the event held under the theme, ‘Towards technological excellence and innovative solutions’, while Saudi Aramco is MEPEC’s Prime Sponsor.
“We are eagerly looking forward to our participation at the first MEPEC in Bahrain, which will allow SAS the privilege to promote its wide range of strategic and reliable solutions across the participants and visitors of this pioneering event,” said Frank Mollerop, vice president, SAS Institute.
“The Middle East’s petroleum industry has witnessed dramatic growth and development over the last few years. With governments taking initiatives to invest more funds and key forecasts that show the segment within Bahrain and the rest of the Middle East will be enjoying continuous growth, we are eyeing to promote our solutions across the top players of this segment and ultimately play a key role in its development.”
A Mohsen Almajnouni, conference chairman, MEPEC 2011, said: “MEPEC 2011 stems from deepening communications and exchanging experiences among participants, through conducting an integrated technical program discussing important topics.”
“The conference and exhibition serves as an excellent opportunity for sharing knowledge, experiences and lessons learned on contemporary issues affecting industries that are process engineering related.”
The event is being sponsored by 32 companies and features over 45 exhibitors from many local, regional, and international companies, suppliers, manufacturers participating in the exhibition that is being held in conjunction with the conference. – TradeArabia News Service
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