17 December 2015
“Who you know” isn’t as important as “Who wants to know you”
By participating in 18th edition of Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) held on 9th-12th November, 2015, CCEL has positioned itself as a high value EPC services provider among the industry elite.
With excellent visibility at stand CN52 at ADNEC’s Concourse area, CCEL has taken advantage of ADIPEC 2015 to contribute to its operations and growth in the region. CCEL stand this year attracted about 500 client, contractor companies and high number of vendors and suppliers.
Representatives from GASCO, ADCO, ADGAS, Al Hosn Gas and IOCs from BP and others paid visit to the CCEL booth to familiarize with the latest achievements of company, and to further discuss the business opportunities in the region. A number of contractor companies were also interested in CCEL’s recent growing business trend hoping for joint business opportunities. Representatives from local and international companies met CCEL team to explore strategic business partnership opportunities.
CCEL senior management have attended the important part of the event – the ADIPEC 2015 Conference, which attracted more than 7,000 international delegates. The 2015 Programme invited local, regional, and international Ministers to the stage, with representation from UAE, Egypt, Oman, Japan, Sri Lanka, the Gabonese Republic, Indonesia, Uganda, as well as the OPEC Secretary General. CCEL management along with representatives of Chiyoda Corporation also took part in the key sessions of ADIPEC 2015 VIP Programme, designed for members of the prestigious Middle East Petroleum Club (MEPC).
According to ADIPEC organizer, amidst a challenging economic environment on the oil and gas industry, ADIPEC 2015 was attended by 86,000 visitors this year, compared to about 77,000 in 2014, an increase of nearly 13 per cent. It also posted record participation from exhibiting companies, with 2,050 exhibitors from Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asian Sub-continent, a considerable rise from last year’s 1,800. This has made ADIPEC officially the biggest exhibition and conference of the oil and gas industry in the world. Early indications from onsite participant surveys show there was US$7 billion of business generated during the first three days of the four-day event, with final figures to be announced in the coming weeks.
Considering the above mentioned achievements, CCEL management believes ADIPEC offers an important opportunity to promote CCEL business activities in the key areas of the market.