CTMC 2023 - Abu Dhabi
The success of the technical exhibition heavily relies on equipment manufacturers and measurement service providers, who provide significant support and value to the event through their exhibits and subject matter experts. All displayed equipment adheres to the standards established and controlled by the exhibition committee.
The conference will showcase a wide range of topics relevant to the sector, including:
- The effects of the Russia-Ukraine war on the supply chain
- Regulatory rules on UAE standardization
- Risks And Opportunities of the Middle East
- Business Sustainability in the Middle East
- Gas Export and Difficulties
- International Oil Companies Impact on Standardization Process
- The outlook on Region’s energy sector development, Strengths, and weaknesses.
- Innovation and examples of innovative technologies in Metering
- Challenges in adopting new technologies in Metering Systems
- Fiscal Flow Measurement in the Real World
- Full Insight into Coriolis Flow Meters
- The Influence of Time Delays on Certain Systems
- Chromatographs and Gas Metering Systems
- Proving Systems, Indirect, Master Meter, Volume
WHO SHOULD ATTEND AS EXHIBITOR?
If you are a company that is interested in the latest innovations in metering, then this intensive three-day program is for you.
You will gather new technology innovation ideas and create new connections within the metering community.
You will learn about the latest innovations in metering. You can expect to hear from leaders in this field who will share their knowledge and experiences with you.
This program is an excellent opportunity for professionals to meet people in their field, network with their peers, and discuss new ideas.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of a kind key area, flanking the Gulf of Oman and overlooking the southern way to deal with the Strait of Hormuz, an indispensable travel point for world oil.
The economy of the United Arab Emirates is the second largest in the Arab world (after the Economy of Saudi Arabia), with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $407.52 billion in 2022 (nominal).
About 96% of the country’s roughly 100 billion barrels of proven oil reserves are located in Abu Dhabi, ranking number six worldwide.