2014-02-16 14:22:25 - Conference in Al Khobar to focus on developments in the middle eastern market for rotating equipment.
The middle eastern market for rotating equipment is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.2% between 2012 and 2017. According to a study carried out by Frost and Sullivan, the rotating equipment market was worth $2.587bn in 2012 driven by companies involved in oil and gas and power and desalination. The market is only set to grow with increased investments in various sectors and infrastructure growth.
Rotating Equipment Reliability and Maintenance Conference to be held from 7 - 9 April 2014 in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia will gather global industry experts to discuss these latest developments and look at various technological innovations. The conference will involve presentations and case studies from industry experts representing reputed organizations like
Marafiq, Saudi Aramco, Qatargas , Petro Rabigh, ADMA OPCO and Saudi European Petrochemical Company.
Howden, designer, engineer and supplier of air and gas handling equipment is the Gold Sponsor at the event. Established over 150 years ago, it has presence in 26 countries boasting more than 6000 employees. Jim Cooper, Chief Engineer at Howden will be presenting at the conference on how air preheater design features and fan selections improve boiler plant performance and availability. He will focus on critical factors and design alternatives to be considered to improve availability and techniques to reduce the unit heat rate when specifying or reviewing the performance of both the air preheaters and associated draft equipment.
Other sponsors at the summit include Alfanar Technical Services, Serba Dinamik, Petrofac, National Mechanical Engineering Services, Velosi Asset Integrity Ltd., National Instruments, Barrak Al Fares Trading Est., SDT International, LMS - a Siemens Business, PRUFTECHNIK Middle East FZE, SMH International and ONEPROD.
The forum will serve as an excellent opportunity to interact with industry peers and create an avenue to exchange view points concerning the future and simultaneously aim to benefit from the experience of other countries.
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