Manmohan Singh to inaugurate Petrotech International Oil, Gas Conference

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New Delhi, Oct 29 (ANI): The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, will on November 1 inaugurate the Petrotech International Oil and Gas Conference.

The ninth Petrotech International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition will be held at New Delhi from November 1 to 3 under the aegis of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

The theme for Petrotech 2010 is 'Global Energy Equilibrium'. There are five technical sub themes: exigent hydrocarbon, greening the hydrocarbon value chain, managing uncertainty in the hydrocarbon business, energy next and non-conventional hydrocarbon.

It aims at sharing of knowledge and expertise within the global oil industry.

Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora will inaugurate the exhibition on October 31 at Pragati Maidan.

The exhibition will be a complete green event wherein materials which consume minimum energy and leave minimum carbon footprints viz. recycled wood, recycled carpet for flooring, CFL or LED bulbs for lighting, etc. will be extensively used.

Over 350 exhibitors including more than 200 International companies will occupy 7700 sq metres space in the exhibition.en country pavilions that of Russia, Malaysia, Canada, China, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Holland, Denmark, UAE and Indonesia will be on display at the Exhibition.

Around 4000 delegates and speakers and exhibitors are expected to attend this conference and deliberate on how the global energy markets operate through three panel discussions - the CEO's Panel, the Ministerial Panel and the Thought Leaders' Panel.

On November 2, five technical sub - themes will be discussed threadbare by domain experts and industry stalwarts in five plenary sessions, even as 448 technical papers are presented in concurrent break-out sessions.

The Policy Shapers Panel on November 3 will discuss the 'connect' between policy formulation and growth of the industry, while the conference declaration will be formally announced in the valedictory session. (ANI)

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