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2nd International Conference and Expo on Oil and Gas, will be organized around the theme “Innovative Technologies Boosting Oil and Gas Industries”

Oil Gas Expo 2016 is comprised of 16 tracks and 163 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Oil Gas Expo 2016.

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 Crude Oil is also commonly  called as “ Black Gold”. It is formed from the  high temperature and pressure on  buried remains of animals and plants that lived over millions of years ago in the environment. Oil and Gas are hydrocarbons because they are the compound of carbon and hydrogen atoms. By the  increase in temperature, organic matter is first changed into kerogen , which is a solid form of hydrocarbon .At around 90°C, it is changed into a liquid state, which we call oil and at around 150°C, it is converted into a gas. A rock that has produced oil and gas in this way is known as a Source Rock

  • Track 1-1Origin
  • Track 1-2Geographical Regions
  • Track 1-3Oil Traps
  • Track 1-4Reservoir Rocks
  • Track 1-5Drilling
  • Track 1-6Enhanced Recovery Techniques
  • Track 1-7Refinery Sites
  • Track 1-8Supply and Demand
  • Track 1-9Transportation Facilities

As crude oil often contains unstable  mixture of several  hydrocarbons ,water, inorganic salts, water-soluble trace metals and suspended solids, so this process is to reduce corrosion, plugging, and fouling of equipment and to prevent poisoning catalysts in processing units. For industrial applications and to make the oil economically viable crude oils must be purified and converted into products having an almost constant composition, well adapted to their use. Typical refinery products are LPG, kerosene, gasoline, fuel oil , lubricating oil, paraffin wax ,asphalt and tar.

  • Track 2-1Refining Operations
  • Track 2-2Physical Processes - Separation
  • Track 2-3Chemical Processes -Thermal and Cracking
  • Track 2-4Blending
  • Track 2-5Upgradation in Oil Refinery Industries
  • Track 2-6Products from Refining

The upstream section of the business sector is also known as the Exploration and Production (E & P) sector because it surrounds the field related to observing for, regaining and producing crude oil and natural gas. Upstream is the first progressive step in the oil industry. These activities are all about wells: where to detect them; how deep and how far to drill them; and how to outline, employ, operate and manage them to deliver the greatest possible return on investment with the brightest, safest and shortest operational footmark. 

  • Track 3-1Hydrocarbon Reservoir
  • Track 3-2Seismic Technologies
  • Track 3-3GIS Technology Innovations
  • Track 3-4Enhanced Oil Recovery
  • Track 3-5Exploration Development
  • Track 3-6Crude Oil Exports
  • Track 3-7Chemical processes
  • Track 3-8Programming for Oil and Gas
  • Track 3-9Treatment of Refinery Gases
  • Track 3-10Geoscience
  • Track 3-11Geological Landscape throughout the globe: Onshore and Offshore
  • Track 3-12Petro Physics
  • Track 3-13Exploration Geophysics
  • Track 3-14Advances in Extraction Technologies
  • Track 3-15Hydraulic Fracturing
  • Track 3-16Innovations in Drilling Techniques
  • Track 3-17Spilling and ESI Mapping
  • Track 3-18Reservoir Engineering
  • Track 3-19Smart Drilling and Production
  • Track 3-20Seismic Surveys

Second progressive part in Oil and Gas Industry is the Midstream Processes which provides the link between natural gas being produced at a source and then fulfilling society’s need for energy and by-products. As its name implies, the midstream segment surrounds facilities and processes that sit between the upstream and downstream segments. Activities include processing, storage and transportation (by pipeline, rail, , oil tanker , storage),  End Developers and Operators, Fire Protection and Emergency Response and Crude Oil Exports.

  • Track 4-1Transport and Logistics
  • Track 4-2Pipeline Engineering and Transport Grid
  • Track 4-3Pipeline Corrosion control, Leak Detection
  • Track 4-4Road Transport and Environment
  • Track 4-5Route Optimization
  • Track 4-6Bulk Natural Gas and Oil Transport
  • Track 4-7Terminal Developers and Operators
  • Track 4-8Fire Protection and Emergency Response
  • Track 4-9Mapping

Downstream operations are the oil and gas operations that take place after the production phase, through to the point of sale. This sector includes the Petroleum, Crude Oil Refining, Natural Gas Processing, Contaminants, Refining Technologies, Natural Gas and Condensate analysis and Processing and Commercial and Legal Structures .It involves the processes where oil and condensates are processed into marketable products with defined specifications such as gasoline, propellant, diesel or feedstock for the petrochemical industries.

  • Track 5-1Petroleum Crude Oil Refining
  • Track 5-2Natural Gas Processing
  • Track 5-3Contaminants
  • Track 5-4Oil and Gas Refining Technologies
  • Track 5-5Natural Gas and Condensate Treatment and Processing
  • Track 5-6Commercial and Legal Structures for Downstream

Modern Oil and Gas Exploration method involves various innovative techniques to find the reserves. It involves Geophysics and various geological factors, the exploration risk and licensing related with it.It requires looking for signs, careful and conscious observation of ground conditions, taking notes of different information and the evaluation of survey data. This is to be done by petroleum geoscientists.The exploration phase involves drilling wells to estimate whether a reservoir has ample of hydrocarbons to make development economically feasible.

  • Track 6-1Various Exploration Techniques
  • Track 6-2Geological factors indicating Oil and Gas existence
  • Track 6-3Exploration risk
  • Track 6-4Oil and Gas reserve
  • Track 6-5Geophysics
  • Track 6-6Licensing

Biofuels are a hot environmental topic at the moment .The role of the biofuel industry is not to replace petroleum diesel completely, but to help in creating a balanced energy policy with the most benefit. Biodiesel is one of several possible fuels designed to widened the usefulness of petroleum, and the longevity and cleanliness of diesel engines. Biofuels carbon neutral: growing a tree  and then burning it as a biofuel doesn't add any carbon dioxide to the atmosphere or make global warming any worse.

  • Track 7-1Latest research in Methane Hydrate as future fuel
  • Track 7-2Hydrocracking
  • Track 7-3Biodiesel
  • Track 7-4Discoveries and Developments in LNG/ CNG and its Reserves
  • Track 7-5Future with Coal-Bed Methane and Coal Gasification
  • Track 7-6Uncontrolled Shale Gas Emissions
  • Track 7-7Economics in Shale Gas Development Reserves
  • Track 7-8Shale Gas/ Shale Oil
  • Track 7-9Reserves
  • Track 7-10Biofuels
  • Track 7-11LNG and CNG Advancement
  • Track 7-12Fracturing Operations

Petroleum and Petrochemicals includes New Technologies and Discoveries related to petroleum products, Chemical processes, Petrochemistry, Future targets, Marine and Petroleum Geology and Chemical Engineering. Petrochemicals, also called petroleum condensates, are chemical products derived from petroleum. The different petrochemical applications in industries are the key factors of the growth in this sector. The future brings more and more potentials for the petrochemical industry as a supplier of basic materials.Petrohemical industry  favours integration due to obtain secure, low cost feed supply, enhance by-product stream value, minimize cost structure.

  • Track 8-1Petroleum products
  • Track 8-2Chemical processes
  • Track 8-3Petrochemistry
  • Track 8-4Future challenges
  • Track 8-5New Technologies and Discoveries
  • Track 8-6Marine and Petroleum Geology
  • Track 8-7Chemical Engineering

The Oil and Gas industries form the engine of the world’s economy. Gas plays a fundamental role in economic growth and progress with a greater contribution to the generation of electricity. It also plays a key role in national security. Because of the diverse uses oil and gas and their direct links to economic and social wellbeing, the demand for these commodities and their products continues to grow as incomes rise and populations expand in most developing countries. Oil prices have greater impact on economic, social and political sectors . Oil and gas companies frequently collaborate with national and local government , national and international organizations.

 

  • Track 9-1Industrial and organizational psychology
  • Track 9-2Oil refinery and engineering
  • Track 9-3Environmental impact and future shortages
  • Track 9-4Enhanced Recovery Techniques
  • Track 9-5Production Costs
  • Track 9-6UAE Oil Market Analysis
  • Track 9-7Drilling Companies
  • Track 9-8Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling Companies and Market Analysis
  • Track 9-9Infrastructure developments
  • Track 9-10Oil and Gas production
  • Track 9-11Materials for the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Track 9-12Industrial Ecology and Ecotechnology
  • Track 9-13Green Technology
  • Track 9-14Industrial Development
  • Track 9-15Collaboration and New business models
  • Track 9-16Environmental Impacts

There is a worldwide demand for Oil and Gas which is not going to decline for decades. EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) expects global consumption of petroleum and oil fuels to continue to grow by 1.2 million b/d in 2016 and by 1.5 million b/d in 2017.Dubai, UAE and Qatar countries in Asia hold among the most important sites present in the world Oil and Gas scenario and world conserve. There are also continental Oil and Gas growths, Challenges and issues in Oil and Gas developments, Gas industry and profession, Global Price influence and Price Monitoring and methods of pollution control which control the economy.

  • Track 10-1Importance of Dubai in world Oil and Gas
  • Track 10-2Collaborative IT Project
  • Track 10-3Petroleum Geoscience
  • Track 10-4Oil and Gas Engineering
  • Track 10-5Gas Industry and Profession
  • Track 10-6Challenges in Oil and Gas developments
  • Track 10-7Economy
  • Track 10-8Global Price Control and Price Monitoring
  • Track 10-9Pollution Control Methods
  • Track 10-10World reserve of Oil and Gas
  • Track 10-11Present world Oil and Gas scenario
  • Track 10-12Continental Oil and Gas developments
  • Track 10-13Asia Oil and Gas
  • Track 10-14Qatar Oil production
  • Track 10-15UAE Oil production
  • Track 10-16Pipeline Control

Technological innovation has been the hallmark of the oil and industry from its earliest days. It allows the industry to get more probable oil or gas deposits. Newer stimulation technologies, treatment fluids and enhanced renewed techniques allow the oil or gas to move more easily to digging wells.It includes  Information Technology which has always been proved as the backbone for better global network. Programming, Big Data and Analytics for Oil and Gas, variation in Architecture and Governance, Data management, IT groundwork and Service Management and Collaborative .IT Project plays an important role in Oil and Gas sector, Petroleum Geoscience and Pipeline Control.

  • Track 11-1Big Data and Analytics for Oil and Gas
  • Track 11-2Crude Oil Refinery Products & Processes
  • Track 11-3Exploration Potential & Challenges
  • Track 11-4Technology & Innovation in Oil & Gas Industry
  • Track 11-5IT Infrastructure and Service Management
  • Track 11-6Data management
  • Track 11-7Machine Specific Oil and Gas
  • Track 11-8FEED - Front End Engineering Design
  • Track 11-9Synthetic Oil and Gas
  • Track 11-10Development of mature oil fields
  • Track 11-11Oil Chemistry
  • Track 11-12Nanotechnology
  • Track 11-13Catalytic Engineering
  • Track 11-14Jet Fuels

Business Development in Global Oil and Gas Economy includes immense opportunities, Alliance and Partnering,    Technology Services, Target Innovative Projects, Trading and Transportation, Price Risk Management, Methods and Tools to Improve Project Planning and Delivery, Efficiency and Price Management, Reserves Management, Production Management, International Co-Operation, Fiscal Regime, Project Management and Project Economics, Human Resources are the building blocks of Business Development and Investment Opportunities.

  • Track 12-1Global Oil and Gas Economy
  • Track 12-2Oil and Gas Project Management and Project Economics
  • Track 12-3Oil and Gas Fiscal Regime
  • Track 12-4International Co-Operation
  • Track 12-5Production Management
  • Track 12-6Reserves Management
  • Track 12-7Oil and Gas: Efficiency and Price Management
  • Track 12-8Methods and Tools to Improve Project Planning and Delivery
  • Track 12-9Price Risk Management
  • Track 12-10Oil and Gas Trading and Transportation
  • Track 12-11Target Innovative Projects
  • Track 12-12Oil and Gas Technology Services
  • Track 12-13Alliance & Partnering
  • Track 12-14Human Resourse

GIS and Remote Sensing in oil and gas industry is a rapid and fast  growing field of interest. GIS applications in the oil and gas industry can serve multiple purpose. A geodatabase can be used to store, collect and visualize the physical location of pipelines, wells and spatial data. The main applications of GIS in oil and gas are  Land management, Data index maps, Well planning where as Remote Sensing can help to establish regional geologic relationships, to extract major structural features and to pinpoint anomalous patterns.

  • Track 13-1Location Based Information
  • Track 13-2Identifiying Geological Features
  • Track 13-3Environmental Monitoring
  • Track 13-4Vessel Tracking
  • Track 13-5Seismic Aquisition
  • Track 13-6Pipeline routing and monitoring
  • Track 13-7Mapping
  • Track 13-8Field Operations
  • Track 13-9Locate Wells and Pipelines
  • Track 13-10Data Analyzing

Health and safety is the primary part of any industry, but particularly so in the offshore sector, which is classed as a major hazards industry. Safety at work is the main concern and is part of culture of continuous improvement. Risk assessments should be analysed and performed and periodically updated on each site to evaluate  safety measures, preventive actions and to improve various operations.

  • Track 14-1Commercial and Legal Issues
  • Track 14-2Legal Framework
  • Track 14-3Health, Safety, Environment, Quality (HSEQ) Policy and Security
  • Track 14-4Uncontrolled Shale Gas Emissions
  • Track 14-5Legal, Fiscal System and Contracts
  • Track 14-6Energy Security and Geopolitics of Oil and Gas
  • Track 14-7Intellectual Property Rights

Ethics and Regulations in Oil and Gas industry covers a wide range of business practices and procedures which includes Commercial and Legal matters, Legal Structures, Health and Safety, Environment, Quality (HSEQ) Policy and Security, Uncontrolled Shale Gas Emissions, Legal, Revenue System and Contracts, Energy Security and Geopolitics of Oil and Gas and Intellectual Property Rights.

  • Track 15-1Environmental Issues
  • Track 15-2Petroleum Disasters
  • Track 15-3Occupational health and Safety
  • Track 15-4Risk analysis and Assessment
  • Track 15-5Personnel training and Education
  • Track 15-6Emergency Response and Disaster Management Techniques

Oil and Gas 2016 enables a distinctive platform for converting potential ideas into great business. The present conference will bring together a broad participation came from Entrepreneurs, Proposers, Investors, international financial organizations, business associations, academia and professionals in the field of recycling, waste management and its related sciences. This investment meet facilitates the most enhanced and practical business for engaging people in to constructive discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business.