MPGC Week 2022 Events

Location: Kingdom of Bahrain

Venue: To be confirmed (Check The Map)

Starts: 22 Jan 2022

Ends: 27 Jan 2022

Type: Conference

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MPGC Week 2022 from 22 to 27 January


 

The 29th Annual Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference (MPGC 2022) will be held from January 24 to 25 2022 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, under the Patronage of His Excellency Shaikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, Minister of Oil, Kingdom of Bahrain, jointly hosted by The Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), Ministry of Oil, and nogaholding.

Four other Middle East Petroleum & Gas Week 2022 (MPGC Week) events will be held in the same week in the Kingdom of Bahrain on 22 – 27 January 2022.

After a successful virtual edition for the 28th Annual MPGC 2020 and MPGC Week 2020 events, Conference Connection is fully committed to deliver a successful conference and all the week’s executive briefings as well as technical courses physically for NOCs, IOCs, Traders, Analysts, Refiners, Financial Institutions, Ship owners, Technology and Service Providers to discuss the direction of the global energy markets.

For further inquiries and clarifications, please contact us at Tel: +65 6338 0064 or Email: info@cconnection.org

MPGC Week 2022 Events

+ The 28th Annual Middle East Petroleum Insiders Briefing (MPI), 22-23 January 2022

 

The 28th Annual Middle East Petroleum Insiders Briefing (MPI)

22-23 January 2022

Two-day Executive Briefing on a strategic vision of the Middle East/Gulf’s upstream and downstream oil markets


The Annual Middle East Petroleum Insiders Briefing (MPI), presented by FGE will provide a unique, authoritative, and up-to-date perspective on the new set of dynamics in the global oil market in a low oil price environment, assessing the ongoing OPEC+ plans to manage price/supply while the world deals with COVID-19, with more than a year of data points in terms of how government policies and industry responses impact supply and demand in the future. Both upstream and downstream will be covered, providing detailed regional perspectives on production, oil demand, refining capacity and utilization, with the implications for the Middle East’s role in the rapidly changing landscape of international products trade.

MPI 2022 will examine these trends and the following:

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the Oil and Products Markets
  • Middle East Refining Landscape
  • FGE’s Oil Market Outlook
  • The Outlook for LPG and Condensate
  • Roundtable on Critical Factors Driving the Oil Market
  • Middle East Crude & Products Trade
  • Deep Dive into Asia – Key Country Developments

FGE senior management and consultants will lead the discussion on the upstream and downstream sectors. FGE will detail the regional perspectives on production, oil demand, refining capacity and utilization, and what are the implications for the Middle East in a rapidly changing landscape of international products trade.

 

More information at www.cconnection.org/mpi.

+ ANCHOR EVENT: 29th Annual Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference (MPGC), 24-25 January 2022

The 29th Annual Middle East Petroleum & Gas Conference (MPGC 2022) will be Conference Connection’s first hybrid event in the Gulf, to be held on 24-25 January 2022 in the Kingdom of Bahrain. It will be held under the Patronage of H.E. Shaikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, Minister of Oil and jointly hosted by Bapco, the Ministry of Oil, and nogaholding.

MPGC 2022 will return to its original first quarter scheduling and take its place in the global oil industry’s annual calendar. The MPGC community will be able to meet in person once again in the Kingdom of Bahrain, for discussions, debate and networking at the highest level. Those who are unable to join in person, will be able to engage with the community virtually.

As the global oil market deal with the challenges of energy transition and the transformed business landscape, MPGC 2022 discussion will centre around the theme “Diverse Perspectives: Transitioning Towards a Carbon Constrained World.” The 29th annual event will address the continuing uncertainty in the global oil and markets whilst coping with both disruption and changes driven by the pandemic namely the growing energy transition momentum, the OPEC+ response, the return of Iranian supplies and a rebound in US growth. Forecasts of peak oil demand growth in the 2030’s, entry of new Middle East refining capacity, emerging petrochemical dynamics coupled with prospects of the oil & gas ecosystem shifting to a lower carbon future will underscore discussion at MPGC, against a backdrop of a shortage of LNG supplies and the prospects for the Gulf LNG markets.

MPGC remains the region’s longest running annual oil and gas industry gathering and will once again deliver a high-level and power packed programme that comprises Ministerial and Keynote Addresses, incisive discussion panels with industry visionaries and leaders, audience polls and networking opportunities.

More information at www.mpgc.cc.

+ Gasoline & Diesel Blending (GDB), 25-27 January 2022

Gasoline & Diesel Blending (GDB)
25-27 January 2022
Three-Day Course of Gasoline and Diesel Blending Formulas, led by Mr. Ara Barsamian, President of Refinery Automation Institute


Over the course of three-days, the program will focus on gasoline and diesel blending techniques concentrating on the creation and optimization of profitable blend formula. In addition to comprehensive analysis of blend components including pricing and environmental impact, the program will educate participants through real life case studies and exercises.

Key Issues to be Covered: 

  • Review specs around the world: APA (Singapore, Dubai, Saudi), EU, USA, Latin America, etc.
  • Determine what blend components you should buy and use for specific grades
  • Assess pricing of each component relative to market and future trends
  • Evaluation of blend components for best profits
  • Optimize blend recipe formula for maximum profitability
  • Ethanol blending and impact on properties
  • Biodiesel (FAME) and Renewable Diesel Properties and Blending
  • Biofuels vs. Fossil GHG Reduction
  • Hundreds of references: specs, price bulletins, blend component data base, list of world oil refineries, other blending information sources

More information at www.cconnection.org/gdb_bahrain

+ International Oil Trading Course (IOT), 26-27 January 2022

International Oil Trading Course (IOT)

26-27 January 2022

Two-day Course on the Principles of Oil Trading, led by Mr Daniel Carr, Independent Consultant, UK


Understand the mechanisms of market pricing, trading & price risk management, including adapting to changing market conditions and how to deal with price uncertainty 

This 2-day oil trading course will enable delegates to learn the fundamentals of oil trading and price risk management, and the use of financial instruments such as futures, swaps & options, to gain greater price predictability & keep expenditures in line with income flows. Designed for anyone in the oil industry who needs an understanding of the role of trading (physical & paper) and risk management, the course offers practical aspects conducted in a predominantly workshop environment, allowing delegates to work in small groups on frequent case studies to develop an understanding of trading practices and risk.

Detailed Assessment of International Oil Trading:

  • Background and introduction to oil trading – highlighting the differences between fuel oil and marine diesel
  • International price reporting
  • Mechanics of trading – including freight, chartering and legal contracts
  • Price exposure – how to identify it, the difference between supply and price exposure
  • Oil futures & swaps – the differences
  • Hedging – how to manage the price risks identified using futures and swaps
  • Clearing function and regulation
  • Case studies & exercise

More information at www.cconnection.org/iot.

 

+ Refining Economics Course (RE), 26-27 January 2022

Refining Economics (RE)

26-27 January 2022

Two-day Course on the Fundamentals of Refining Economics, led by Mr. Tod D. McGreevy, Vice President & Mr. Ramin Lakini, Senior Consultant of Muse, Stancil & Co.


This intensive 2-day interactive course is designed to increase your understanding of petroleum products markets and how they interact with the refining industry and crude oil markets. It aims to teach the fundamentals of refining economics to non-refiners or to those newly introduced to refining.  A technical background is not necessary to understand course materials and the course should be useful to financing or marketing individuals who have some involvement with refining or petroleum products. Similarly, a marketing background is not critical and the course may be helpful to refinery engineers who would like to understand how commercial and economic factors drive operating and investment decisions that affect their refineries.

Key Issues to be Covered:

  • Petroleum Supply and Demand
  • Crude Oil Physical Properties and Valuation
  • Refined Product Grades and Specifications
  • Renewable Fuels Markets
  • Transportation Logistics
  • Crude Oil and Refined Products Pricing
  • Key Refining Technologies
  • Refinery Configurations: Typical vs. Marginal
  • Refining Yields and Operating Costs
  • Capital and Turnaround Costs
  • Refinery Economic Analysis Methodologies

More information at www.cconnection.org/refiningeconomics/.

+ The 15th Annual Middle East Gas Insiders Briefing (MGI), 26-27 January 2022

The 15th Annual Middle East Gas Insiders Briefing (MGI)

26-27 January 2022

Two-day Executive Briefing on the Middle East’s growing gas market & implications for global gas trade.


The Annual Middle East Gas Insiders Briefing (MGI), presented by FGE will provide a great level of detail on regional and intra-regional gas/LNG trades and highlight key issues on how LNG/gas markets are evolving over the longer term. Participants with backgrounds in business development, corporate strategies, investment, market analysis, gas/LNG marketing and sales will benefit from this briefing.

MGI 2022 will examine these trends and the following:

  • Global LNG Market Outlook: How Many FIDs Can We Expect in the Current Market Environment?
  • How Big is the Next Wave of LNG Supply?
  • MENA Gas Market: Feast or Famine?
  • LNG Market Outlook in Asia: Where is the New Demand?
  • The MENA Gas Trade Outlook
  • LNG Market Outlook in the West
  • The Short-Term Trading
  • LNG Shipping, Floating Regasification, and Liquefaction

Leading consultants and FGE senior management will present the latest thinking on the outlook for LNG/Gas markets with an emphasis on regional and intra-regional trades.

More information at www.cconnection.org/mgi/.

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